The bank says it has now fixed problems with cash machines, in-store payments and phone banking.
A senior Tory MP queries how officials conduct investigations into film industry tax breaks.
German car maker returns to profit and posts record sales in 2016 despite emissions testing furore.
The bank, which is 72%-owned by taxpayers, reports its ninth consecutive year of losses.
Royal Mail says the rises are necessary to maintain the universal service.
Prudential and Standard Life are to pay compensation to thousands of pensioners sold the wrong annuities.
The UK business minister is told members of Vauxhall's pension "will be no worse off" after a PSA deal.
The Unite union announces further industrial action from 3 March in the continuing BA pay dispute.
A video of a smoking iPhone 7 Plus has gone viral on Twitter - Apple is investigating.
The facility near Rotherham will produce high-tech aircraft components.
The owner of British Airways and Iberia reports higher profits, despite the impact of sterling's weakness.
'Structural change' in retailing prompts department store chain to axe nearly 400 roles.
House of Lords report says ensuring energy security should be the top priority for ministers.
RBS is the largest faller in the FTSE 100 after it reports its ninth straight year of losses.
A distribution company says many of the 251 Freedom handsets it paid for have not been delivered.
Whirlpool insists its repair programme is the best way to go, but thousands of owners want a recall.
As its profits rise, the French carmaker says it will "develop" Vauxhall if it buys the brand.
"Strong progress" in restructuring helps the bank to report profits of £3.2bn.
Mr Rato and 64 other bankers were accused of misusing corporate credit cards at Spain's two banks.
A semi-submersible ship is carrying an oil platform from China to the North Sea Oil Field in the UK.
Will the UK's new twelve-sided one pound coin beat the fakers?
As part of a World Bank pilot programme, smallholders in Lesotho have been offered a stake in a commercial venture.
Colm O'Regan explores the growth of Chinese foreign direct investment in Europe.
A new 12-sided coin comes into circulation in March, and the Royal Mint is working 24/7 to make 1.5bn of them.
Japan is trying out a new scheme called Premium Friday. It lets workers go home early one Friday a month, in a bid to reduce suicide.
Bosses talk about being "agile" as the new way to lead a company. But what does it actually mean?
The graphic designers using Lesotho's cultural symbols to produce fashion and home interiors.
Uganda, Kenya and Rwanda adopt a truck-tracking system to prevent theft and speed up goods in transit.
A selection of independent shopkeepers with distinctive shops explain how they will be hit by business rate revaluation in England.
Technology advances mean work will never be the same again, say industry experts.
How satellite images shared via the cloud are helping us discover more about the earth.
A pay ruling triggers a passionate backlash about the rights of hospitality and retails workers.
A growing number of people are using running clubs and events as business networking opportunities.
How do people juggle staying in work with a painful and debilitating condition like arthritis?
Importing food is getting more expensive so why don't UK supermarkets get more of their supplies from home?
The business people with life-changing injuries and illnesses who created bespoke jobs.
An outspoken businessman and reality TV star hopes to make a populist splash in Canadian government.
Stickers are appearing on egg boxes to clarify that previously free range hens have been kept indoors.
The best teachers go beyond academic lessons to pass on lessons in compassion, says Prince Harry.
Brazilian Ricardo Shimosakai is a tourist agent who specialises in finding holiday packages for people with mobility issues.
How cloud computing is speeding up the development of potentially life-saving drugs.
Facebook last week doubled its bereavement leave allowance for its staff. Employees can now take up to 20 days off on full pay. Is it enough?
Catherine Gazzoli is producing a range of organic baby food influenced by her Italian roots.
The story behind the compiler, a remarkable innovation that made modern computing possible.
Up to 1.2 billion people around the world live with some sort of disability - and businesses are increasingly realising they have a lot of spending power.
Some businesses will see their rates change on 1 April 2017.
UK air traffic control is investing £600m in a new cloud-based system to cope with rising demand.
Do firms really need one person in charge? Staff at Swedish firm Crisp explain why they decided to bin the boss.
Iceland is the UK's favourite online supermarket, says consumer group Which? so is it now "cool"?
Darren Marsh, who was born without his lower right arm, tells the BBC's disability correspondent Nikki Fox about his passion for music.
Paralysed after an accident, Rob Smith set up a firm making gripping aids for disabled people.
Hulya Arif is one of a number of disabled women breaking into the beauty business.
Why a former trader left Wall Street to target an overlooked market worth trillions globally.
Forester Clive Collins was determined to keep working after breaking his back, following his dream to run a Christmas tree farm.
A young disabled woman discusses how she overcame barriers to find a fulfilling job in South Africa.