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More than 2,500 directors – many from the Reading area – were at the Royal Albert Hall in London on April 29 for the Institute of Directors’ annual convention.
Dr Jennifer Whyte has been appointed an Advanced Institute of Management (AIM) fellow at The University of Reading.
A Sandhurst supermarket has enlisted the help of the army in a drive to promote healthy living among staff.
Halifax Bank of Scotland (HBOS) is facing calls for an inquiry into the conduct of a worker at its Reading offices after businesses claimed they have been ruined by his actions.
Staff at Microsoft’s headquarters at Thames Valley Park should count themselves lucky – they are working in the best offices in the region.
Commercial property consultant Lambert Smith Hampton has completed a significant letting in the town centre.
Interns at a Hewlett Packard in Bracknell are taking on the gruelling Three Peaks Challenge for charity.
Tom Fuller is a rare commodity in the current economic climate – a banker who actually wants to lend money.
Low-cost offices are being offered to Reading businesses in a bid to help buck the economic downturn.