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After a long running Punch and Judy show threatens to shut down, a leading Punch and Judy professor tells Wake Up To Money there's still money to be made from puppet shows.
Google fails in its latest attempt to appeal against a Russian competition ruling against its mobile operating system.
Intel announces it will start making smartphone chips based on the designs of its rival ARM.
A key IT project at the heart of the national smart meter roll-out programme is facing further delays.
Tencent, China's biggest online entertainment and social network company, reports a 47% jump in second-quarter profits, beating expectations.
For the first time in at least three years, British holidaymakers find that a pound buys less than a euro at some bureaux de change.
An advertisement for a Walkers crisps competition offering 20,000 holidays is banned after complaints the trips were almost impossible to win.
UK unemployment fell by 52,000 to 1.64 million between April and June in the run-up to the Brexit vote, official figures indicate.
Indian messenger app Hike attracts fresh money from investors and a key partner from China.
Ford plans to release self-driving cars that will be used as a taxi service in five years' time.
Uber launches a legal challenge against new rules in London that require thousands of its drivers to pass a test in English.
Hong Kong-based carrier Cathay Pacific reports an 82% drop in half-year profits in the wake of fierce industry competition and the economic slowdown in China.
Accountants or advisers who help people bend the rules to gain a tax advantage never intended face tougher fines under new rules proposed by the Treasury.
Tough times for the tugrik: Mongolia's currency is the world's worst-performing as the government battles an economic crisis, reports the BBC's Leisha Chi.