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The BBC's Aaron Heslehurst explains how shampoo became a million dollar idea.
Around the world, women tend to be paid less than men. Is Iceland's innovative strategy likely to pay off?
For people buried in an avalanche, it's a race against time. Could a drone find you sooner?
Hasbro and Nestle also cut ties over fears paedophiles are leaving comments next to videos of children.
Trade Secretary Liam Fox has rejected calls to rule out a no-deal Brexit, saying it would put Britain's withdrawal from the EU at risk.
We answer your gas hob questions, following recent recommendations from the Committee on Climate Change.
The UK won't be able to roll over an EU trade deal with Japan in time for Brexit, Liam Fox has said.
Federal inquiries come as the firm faces numerous lawsuits over health risks from its talc products.
Investor Michael Calvey is accused of embezzling $38m from a Russian bank - a charge he denies.
Analysts say the bumper surplus could give the chancellor extra money for the Spring Statement.
Estate agent slashes its sales forecast and announces the departure of two senior executives.
New-build homes should be warmed by heat pumps or networks of hot water, a report says.
Standard Chartered says the cash will cover possible fines in the US and UK, including for sanctions breaches.
The UK bank reports annual profits of £3.5bn and makes provision for UK "economic uncertainty".
The owner of British Gas posts a 12% profits rise, but describes its performance as "mixed".
How many of us are stockpiling groceries, in case of a no-deal Brexit?
Young people are turning to radical and innovative alternatives to conventional homes.
The ambitious economic plan links Hong Kong, Macau and other Chinese cities to boost growth.
Are US tariffs on Spanish olives a pretext for a bigger challenge to world trade?
Shop closures will become the norm unless the government supports struggling retailers, MPs say.