- Reuters•4 days ago
TalkTalk, the British broadband provider that was hit by hackers last year, said a focus on keeping its existing customers happy rather than chasing new ones with cut-price deals would help it meet earnings targets this year. Chief Executive Dido Harding said she was "very pleased" with the way the year had started, with revenue down just 0.4 percent in its first quarter despite a fall of 9,000 in the broadband customer base as a result of last year's cyber attack. TalkTalk's shares were trading up 1.2 percent at 226 pence at 0841 GMT, as Barclays analysts said the decline in first-quarter revenue beat consensus forecasts.
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