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The video about toxic masculinity, bullying and men's behaviour sparks outrage online.
China's Hebei province has a creative plan to stimulate the economy as growth in the country slows.
Automakers are relying on the popularity of big, traditional vehicles to fund their electric ambitions.
Power and speed took centre stage in Detroit as carmakers showed off new additions to their line up.
As sales of new diesel cars fall, what steps can owners of older diesels take?
In four years Lee DeSanges has gone from throwing pizza parties to running his own restaurant.
Gaggan Anand, the executive chef at Bangkok's Michelin-starred restaurant Gaggan, has brought Indian cuisine to new heights.
People without internet access have fewer life chances than those that do. How can we close the gap?
It isn't just the US president that should be concerned about this week's sluggish trade figures.
Sterling has had a volatile couple of years since the UK voted to leave the European Union. Why?
Stephen Forsey's company is making waves in the spiritual home of Switzerland's watch industry.
The US toy maker said the UK's exit from the EU has 'negatively impacted consumer confidence'.
The carmaker's Europe boss says the deal on the table is the best way to protect the UK car industry.
Employers warn of labour shortages after Brexit because of new rules for low-skilled migrant workers.
As he goes out of the Australian Open the Scot has the power to remain a strong-earning brand.
The US bank blames market volatility at the end of 2018 for a surprise drop in revenue.
An MP says Lloyds Bank is introducing charges against the spirit of a watchdog's recommendations.
Pacific Gas and Energy plans bankruptcy protection move after wildfires spark mass liabilities.
A scooter firm has apologised after issuing a journalist with legal threats over an article about its scooters.
The Confederation of Paper Industries says it is concerned about the potential for delays in a no-deal Brexit.