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The spoken web is becoming more established in the home. But will it catch on elsewhere?
If you want a job that rides the wave of the future, get hired by a firm that combats cyber-threats, says the BBC's Mark Ward.
Michael Sheen wants "fairer alternatives" to mainstream rent-to-buy firms and payday lenders.
Chocolate makers still use a lot of packaging, Which? says, but much of it can be recycled.
The firm is accused of misusing the personal data of 50 million Facebook members, which it denies.
As the chain opens its 50th store, Paula Nickolds says how customers use shops is changing.
A pedestrian was killed after being hit by a self-driving Uber car in Arizona.
The figure is higher than the national average, despite the broadcaster's staff being 60% female.
Politicians call on the social network to testify over its protection of user data.
The high street is not dying, says Paula Nickolds, managing director of John Lewis.
Investors are spooked after reports suggest Carpetright will close stores as part of a rescue plan.
Terry White says he lost a total of £250,000 on fixed odds betting terminals.
Shares in Micro Focus, the UK's biggest technology firm, crash after warning on lower revenues.
Two former Carillion finance bosses are to be investigated by the UK's accountancy watchdog.
The Gambling Commission says a cut to the maximum stake would reduce risks to vulnerable consumers.
The appointment is being seen as one of ensured continuity in Beijing's battle against growing debt.
One of President Xi's closest advisers takes control of China's economic policies and financial issues.
Cities are often thought of as places for the young, but that's not always the case.
As regulators toughen their stance, UK betting firms face a more challenging business climate.
Ian McIntosh saved the driving school from near-collapse - but is it protected against future shocks?