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Fashionistas can revamp their wardrobes in time for Christmas by heading down to the White Stuff.
These talented young chefs proved they have the recipe for success after completing a culinary training scheme run by Reading-based caterer BaxterStorey.
Philip VandenBerg has gone from treating injuries in the Army to endeavouring to prevent them happening in the workplace.
He gave Paul Robins the lowdown on his health and safety consultancy
A Reading engineering firm has been named the most promising new small business in the UK.
Average pay deals fell by 0.3 per cent to 3.5 per cent in recent months under the impact of the “sharply slowing” economy, a new report revealed today.
A Reading stylist put her scissor skills on show at the hairdressing industry’s most prestigious annual event.
Most company bosses believe the UK is unlikely to move out of recession next year, with over a third predicting that their business will stagnate, according to a new report today.
Business groups in Reading have hit out at the Chancellor’s decision to slash VAT by 2.5 per cent – claiming it will do little to boost consumer spending in the run-up to Christmas.
The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has warned that the recent financial turmoil and dramatic drop-off in business conditions could lead to one million people losing their jobs by the middle of 2010.
A digital print firm in Lower Earley is on the up after being nominated in the British Computer Society (BCS) IT Industry 2008 Awards.