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TSB IT chief 'kept board in dark' ahead of systems meltdown
The IT chief of TSB Bank failed to inform board members about "shortcomings" with the testing of a new technology system days before it crashed - resulting in nearly two million customers losing access to their current accounts.
General election: Tories won't set 'arbitrary' immigration target as Jeremy Corbyn backs 'great deal of movement'
The Conservatives have pledged to cut immigration "overall", with the "vast majority" of migrants to be required to have a job offer to come to the UK - regardless of where they are from.
Thames Water powers ahead in search for new chief
Britain's biggest water company is lining up a top executive from the energy sector to be its new boss ahead of a general election that could trigger the company's nationalisation.
Lloyds shareholders lose legal challenge over HBOS merger
Almost 6,000 Lloyds shareholders have lost a multi-million-pound legal challenge against the bank's takeover of HBOS.
Hong Kong in first recession for a decade amid anti-government protests
Hong Kong has fallen into recession, with the retail and tourism sectors among those worst hit by anti-government protests.
Australia and others seek compensation for Brexit trade changes
Australia is among a number of countries seeking compensation from Britain and the EU over Brexit disruption.
Minimum wage rise promises pose 'severe risks', parties warned
Political parties have been warned to be careful about setting higher minimum wage levels.
'No industry consensus' on refunds for bank transfer scam victims
Payment providers have failed to reach a deal on how to refund blameless victims of bank transfer scams, according to an industry body.
Apple launches Research app to gather customers' healthcare data
Apple is making a bid for its customers' healthcare data by launching a new "Research app" which will collect information from iPhone and Apple Watch users and share it with academic studies.
Interserve chief White to step down after rescue restructuring
The chief executive of Interserve is to step down at the end of the year, months after leading a rescue restructuring that salvaged more than 40,000 British jobs.
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