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The Premier League's told Newsbeat they're taking action to stop fans uploading unofficial goal Vines onto social media.
Darts is a growing business and the first ever World Series darts competition to be played in Asia is about to kick off in Singapore.
US drinks giant Coca-Cola buys a 16.7% stake in Monster Beverage in a cash deal, as it looks for growth away from fizzy drinks.
Shares in Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway top $200,000 for the first time, valuing the firm at an estimated $326bn.
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While India has the second highest number of mobile phone subscribers in the world, only one in eight of them have smartphones.
South Korea's central bank cuts its key lending rate for the first time in 15 months to boost growth at home.
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Banana firm Chiquita rejects a takeover bid by Brazil's Cutrale and Safra groups, saying it will stick to a plan to merge with Fyffes.
A German company has an innovative approach to holiday email - it just deletes all of it. Good idea?
In light of a public campaign, Apple has banned two potentially hazardous chemicals from 22 of its iPhone and iPad assembly plants.
Npower, says it is getting on top of late billing problems in the UK, but first-half profit fell 38%
Mobile phone company EE has introduced a 50p charge for jumping the queue on customer service calls, angering some customers.
Stagnating growth in the eurozone has put pressure on the European Central Bank to take further measures to boost the economic bloc, say analysts.
The Latvia-based social network - notoriously linked to teenage suicides - has been taken over, with the founders leaving the firm.
A rise in the tax-free personal allowance to £12,500 during the next Parliament is proposed by the Liberal Democrats.
Asda said sales and market share for the 10 weeks to June increased, but giant US owner Wal-Mart cut its profit forecast.
The first half of 2014 was the most popular period ever for tourism into the UK, the Office for National Statistics finds.