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The Guardian

TSB crisis: Customers get compensation, as IBM experts fly in - as it happened

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Experts from IBM are trying to fix the problems that have dogged TSB’s internet banking service, but it could take several daysFirst compensation paidHMRC will accept reasonable excuses from TSB customersCrisis may last until next weekNewsflash: TSB is waiving overdraft fees to calm angry customersMove will cost at least ?20mSome customers say they’re still leaving 7.49pm BST Time for a recap:The IT crisis at TSB Bank is heading towards its eighth day, as

CBS News

Southwest ticket sales fall after fatality

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Shares hit after carrier warns customer bookings likely to be down as much as 3 percent after Flight 1380 death

The Guardian

TSB rift with Spanish owner emerges as IT crisis drags on

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Frustrated customers told they may have to wait until next week before normal service returnsTSB customers have spent their seventh successive day battling to access their accounts as the bank admitted that the crisis could run into next week.The bank’s boss, Paul Pester, said TSB will waive ?10m in overdraft fees and pay extra interest on current accounts. He has hired a new team of IT experts from IBM who have been told the problems must be fixed by

The Guardian

Will the TSB chief pay the price for its online banking meltdown? | Nils Pratley

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It is clear that the main blame lies with parent Sabadell, but Paul Pester may end up as the fall guyLet’s try to be generous to Paul Pester, TSB’s beleaguered chief executive. His handling of the fallout from the botched IT “upgrade” has been poor – some of his statements and tweets have been nonsensical, others have been factually wrong – but it is already clear that the primary blame for the fiasco itself lies in Spain, at the door of Banco Sabadell,

The Guardian

Carpetright, Poundworld and Fenwick set to axe jobs

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High street struggles continue, with 33% of retailers reporting falling sales The high street has been rocked by a fresh wave of store closures and job losses as household names including Carpetright, Fenwick and Poundworld announced major restructuring programmes. At a meeting in London on Thursday, Carpetright was able to avoid tipping into administration after landlords backed a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) that will allow it to close 92 stores

The Guardian

npower-SSE merger could lead to higher prices, says regulator

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CMA refuses to back energy giants’ tie-up, saying it could result in less competitionThe npower-SSE merger could lead to higher consumer energy bills and warrants further scrutiny, the competition watchdog has said.Sources at the firms, two of the big six energy suppliers, had expected the merger to get the go-ahead from the Competition and Markets Authority. Continue reading...

The Guardian

High street retail sales continue to disappoint in April

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Hopes of recovery from ‘beast from the east’ dashed after fifth consecutive month of weak salesHopes in the high street of a bounce back from poor weather-affected trading have been dashed after the CBI reported another weak month of sales for retailers.The employers’ organisation blamed the squeeze on consumer incomes and structural change in the sector for a fifth successive month of disappointing sales. Continue reading...

BBC News

Can tariffs really save an industry?

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As trade tariff controversies continue, US pencil-makers say levies on Chinese imports saved their businesses.

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