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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.
POTENTIAL - At the ethnic minority business forum are, from left, one of the organisers, Askar Sheibani, MP for Reading East Jane Griffiths and Martin Wye Griffith
Anglo-Dutch steelmaker Corus, which has axed thousands of UK jobs in recent years, has announced a £3 billion deal to take over Brazilian steel group CSN.
CLIMBING HIGH - Information services engineers from Reading-based Commensus who are taking on the Three Peaks Challenge - from left, Steve Rudman, Richard Spratt, Roal Winks, Alice Mozley, Debra Durham, Glyn Humphreys, Andy Linehan-Hill and Simon Roper
MAGIC TIME - Staff and visitors enjoy the grand opening of Splash Windows and Conservatories
CHANCE TO CHAT - From left, Lady Halifax, president of the Motor Neurone Association; the Mayor of Reading, Jonathon Welch from the Thames Valley Chamber of Commerce; Barry Clanting from the Motor Neurone Disease Association and Tony Leyland, MD of Shurgard Self Storage
n From left, Donald Jones from Hygena, nurse Marion Searle and Bernie Fletcher
A LITTLE bit romance has hit the streets of Caversham with cuisine straight from the heart of Venice.
Struggling telecoms group Energis was bailed out by its banks today in a move that sees former
High Street sales fell again last month, as shoppers were distracted by the Jubilee celebrations and the World Cup, figures indicated