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TSB chaos: 'We are on our knees,' says boss
Thursday April 26, 2018

But the bank's chief tells the BBC it will "come back fighting” after more than six days of IT chaos.

Poundworld and Carpetright add to retail gloom
Thursday April 26, 2018

The discount retailer explores restructuring, as Carpetright's creditors approve a store closure plan.

Waterstones bookshop chain sold to Elliott Advisors
Thursday April 26, 2018

The bookshop chain, which has 283 outlets, is snapped up by investment firm Elliott Advisors.

Wembley: Football Association offered £900m to sell national football stadium
Thursday April 26, 2018

The Football Association receives an offer to sell Wembley Stadium, in a deal understood to be worth £900m.

Facebook's Zuckerberg faces formal summons from MPs
Thursday April 26, 2018

A parliamentary committee says evidence from Facebook's chief technology officer was unsatisfactory.

Lionel Messi wins fight to register himself as trademark
Thursday April 26, 2018

A European court rules after a seven-year legal fight that the football superstar can trademark his name.

Deutsche Bank plans 'significant' job cuts
Thursday April 26, 2018

Germany's biggest lender is to scale back its corporate and investment banking operations.

Nintendo Switch fuels strong rise in profits
Thursday April 26, 2018

The Japanese company's fast-selling console boosts profits, as a new president is announced.

SSE-Npower merger could push up prices, competition body says
Thursday April 26, 2018

The competition watchdog says the planned merger of the two energy giants could face an in-depth inquiry.

Barclays pushed into loss by US payout
Thursday April 26, 2018

The bank says that while it paid $2bn to settle a lawsuit, it resolved a decade-old legacy issue.

Facebook threw us under bus, says data firm Cubeyou
Thursday April 26, 2018

Cubeyou denies that data collected through quizzes on the social media site was misused for marketing.

UK car output slumps on poor demand
Thursday April 26, 2018

Production fell by 13.3% in March, with sharp falls in shipments to the UK and overseas.

Meet people who review Facebook's reported content
Thursday April 26, 2018

'Laura' worked as a content reviewer for Facebook. She describes some of the terrible things she saw.

TSB boss Paul Pester says bank is on its knees over IT chaos
Thursday April 26, 2018

Paul Pester told BBC Radio 5 live that the ongoing chaos has been 'unacceptable'.

How to Hanami: Chasing Japan's cherry blossom season
Thursday April 26, 2018

Japan's cherry blossom festival is a short-lived spring experience that draws millions of visitors.