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Paul Pester tells MPs that TSB's telephone fraud line had "serious problems" after the IT meltdown.
Alexander Nix defends his role at Cambridge Analytica in a testy meeting with MPs.
MP urges companies to publish their parental leave policies to help tackle gender inequality.
Customers were waiting on the phone for up to nine hours to report cases, the bank's boss tells MPs.
The boss of Emirates has suggested that planes of the future may not have windows. But could they have sunroofs? Or robot attendants?
David Drumm dishonestly made the Anglo Irish Bank's balance sheet look better by €7.2 bn (£5.4bn) in 2008.
The carmaker says it cannot run the new tests quickly enough and fears a backlog of vehicles.
The online retailers are among several shops removing CloudPets toys because of cyber-security flaws.