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MAYORAL APPROVAL - Reading mayor Cllr Jeanette Skeats celebrates the NALS accreditation with Sansome & George manager Richard George
When engineering practice Peter Brett Associates was set up almost 40 years ago, it was made up of a small group of professionals working with architects. Now it employs close to 400 staff. Deputy senior partner Steve Capel-Davies speaks to Franck Marceteau.
ONE TO WATCH - Cinema staff, from left, Paul Griffin, O'Neil Davis, Deepack Pegmi, Jen Stapley and Andrew Turner help to re-launch the former Warner Village cinema in The Oracle, which is now known as Vue
SALUT - Director Xavier le Bellegro and his staff toast the launch of the new restaurant
Collapse: why was the Government not sued?
US expansion: RBS in ‘low risk' acquisition
Since John Cheney and his partners officially opened for business a year ago selling software to filter out junk e-mail (spam), they have reached out to more than 500 clients.
As they expand on the Continent, Mr Cheney tells Franck Marceteau how developing a technology that people need has paid off, and why Reading is a good location to start your own IT company.
Lisa Bain decided to set up her own bathroom and tiles business because she could not find the quality and prices she wanted. Just a week after the grand opening of her Twyford showroom, orders are already coming in, she tells Franck Marceteau
UP 17 PER CENT: thanks to 146,000 new customers
Caversham trader John Lyons says two years after opening his fireplace showroom, a new Reading Borough Council parking permit scheme is threatening his livelihood because it is driving shoppers out. But for that his business's future would look pretty rosy, he tells Franck Marceteau