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Norway's $1 trillion fund to cut oil and gas investments

Image copyright Getty Images Norway's $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund is expected to sell some of its oil and gas holdings.The world's largest sovereign wealth fund owns $37bn of shares in oil companies such as BP, Shell and France's Total.Selling the shares means it would not be as reliant on oil prices, it says. But…
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Geneva Motor Show: What's the quirkiest car on display?

The latest innovations in the car world have been on display at the Geneva Motor Show this week. There's been a lot of focus on making things electric, but with hundreds of vehicles vying for attention how do you stand out from the crowd?Theo Leggett has been finding out.Find out more:Full coverage from Geneva Motor…
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International Women's Day: 'I started a business accidentally'

Image copyright RBS Image caption Keely Deininger, here with models, says she has had challenges with cash flow and time management Keely Deininger loved her job in design at a Marks and Spencer supplier.But she gave it up to look after her three children: "One day, I called my mother and asked her to look…
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Breaking India's menstruation taboos with a comic book

Video Entrepreneur Aditi Gupta created a comic book to help girls in India better understand their periods.
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Soon we'll be able to see round corners and underground

Image copyright Glasgow University Image caption Quantum sensors are are set to make the invisible visible Imagine a world where you can find out exactly what lies under your feet, get advanced warning of volcanic eruptions, look around corners or into rooms, and detect initial signs of multiple sclerosis.Welcome to quantum sensing, a technology that…
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Get a grip on money-laundering, say MPs

Image copyright Getty Images The UK's efforts to tackle money-laundering are "highly fragmented" and need greater focus, an influential committee of MPs has warned.Companies House and estate agents were the biggest weaknesses in the system, said the Treasury Committee.It urged the government not to compromise on economic crime in order to secure post-Brexit trade deals.Committee…