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Workers at computer giant Hewlett-Packard faced an uncertain future today after it emerged that the company planned to shed 1,400 jobs in Britain.
COUNCILLORS have struck a balance between protecting the character of Wokingham and the need to maintain its night-time economy by putting a curb on late-night opening.
A NEW 60-seater drive-through McDonald’s in Lower Earley threw open its doors for business on Monday.
SMALL business owners and prospective start-ups attended a Small Business Show last month at the Blue Mountain Golf Club and Conference Centre in Bracknell.
WELL DONE - Holly Senior, front right, presents the Evening Post business person of the month award to Gloria Vergari, with Peter Sullivan from the Renaissance Hotel, left, Iain Gay, managing director of Norstar, centre, and Bob Haggitt from BusIness Link, right
Airports operator BAA today said it expected passenger traffic to take off later this year as the aviation industry emerges from the "toughest conditions for a decade".
Manufacturers across the UK believe the worst of the recession is now behind them, says a survey.
The UK's biggest cable company, NTL, today announced it has gained approval from its banks
to press on with a lifesaving refinancing plan.
The London market suffered a bloodbath today, slumping nearly fourper cent following an accounting scandal at US group WorldCom.
Consumers are continuing to spend on the high street and are using credit cards to fuel their