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The first ever ‘apprentice’ to be told by Sir Alan Sugar he was hired not fired visited Mortimer to meet engineering apprentices.
Businesses and other organisations are urged to join the Big Switch Off this weekend.
Launching a new business amid fears of a recession is brave for any entrepreneur.
Women may be under-represented in the boardroom because they do not know how to talk the talk, according to new research from The University of Reading.
Vocational trainees in Reading are invited to compete to represent the UK at the WorldSkills competition in 2011.
Council bosses urged businesses in Reading to cast a ‘Yes’ vote next month for the next phase of town centre improvements.
Engineering giant CCE has strengthened Reading’s claim as a magnet for trade by becoming the latest blue chip company to relocate to the town.
Shares in FirstGroup slid after the firm’s Greyhound bus arm suffered a poor festive season and growth rates in UK rail showed signs of strain.
A Tilehurst dealership will be celebrating National Van Week in style by showcasing the latest light commercial vans.
Workers should be helped to improve their skills to enable them to deal with the jobs impact of the recession under “radical” changes urged by a committee of MPs.