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Morning Money: Is the digital world moving too fast for competition regulators to keep up?

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Morning Money: Is the digital world moving too fast for competition regulators to keep up?
The Institute of Economic Affairs will today debate how new "disruptive" digital businesses fit into current competition policy rules. With cases such as Uber versus Transport for London and Google under fire from the EU for pre-loading Android smartphones with Google apps, the question remains how to regulate competition between these companies - or if we should. Matt Cox spoke to Paul Henty, Partner and competition law expert at law firm Charles Russell-Speechlys to find out more.
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Matt Cox, Paul Henty


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Morning Money: Chris Green gives his analysis of the Apple iPhone 7 unveiling.

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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Chris Green gives his analysis of the Apple iPhone 7 unveiling.
Chris Green, tech journalist and consultant, on the brand new iPhone7, the reception to the new features, and what it means for Apple as a company going forward.
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Louise Cooper, Chris Green


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Morning Money: Maurice Smith on the changes to BBC iPlayer and the TV licence fee.

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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Maurice Smith on the changes to BBC iPlayer and the TV licence fee.
New TV licensing rules are making it illegal to use the BBC iPlayer app to watch the corporation's programmes without paying the licence fee. Up to now, only live content has been covered by the £145.50 annual licence, with online viewers having to confirm they have paid before they can watch a live feed of BBC channels. This policy is being extended to the catch-up service. Media Commentator Maurice Smith joined the show to discuss further.
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Chris Bailey, Maurice Smith


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Morning Money: Curing Europe’s digital skills gap

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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Curing Europe’s digital skills gap
What would it take to retrain people to use computers and the internet more effectively? The UK is currently in the grip of an IT skills crisis with an estimated 12.6 million lacking even the most basic digital skills. Byron Nicolaides, President of the Council of European Professionals Informatics Societies (CEPIS), discussed.
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Chris Bailey, Byron Nicolaides


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Morning Money: Could satellites offer investors an edge over the competition?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Could satellites offer investors an edge over the competition?
It seems a number of Hedge Funds are investing in "tiny satellites", which have the ability to take high frequency images of "economically sensitive" spots. To find out more, Joe Aldridge has been speaking with Stuart Martin, CEO of independent innovation and technology company, Satellite Applications Catapult.
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Joe Aldridge, Stuart Martin


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Morning Money: Car companies are hitching a ride to the future of driverless taxis

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Car companies are hitching a ride to the future of driverless taxis
Ford has announced plans to mass-produce a fully autonomous self-driving car by 2021, which will most likely be available to customers as part of an Uber-like ride-sharing service. They're not the first company to head down the ride-sharing road. A series of brands have invested in taxi technology companies with the hope of one day going driverless - Toyota and Uber, VW and Gett, and General Motors and Lyft. So how likely is it that driverless taxis could become reality? Joe Aldridge spoke to David Bailey, Professor of Industry at Aston Business School, to find out.
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Mike Ingram, Professor David Bailey


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Morning Money: Mobile bank Mondo becomes the latest UK digital bank to gain a licence

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Mobile bank Mondo becomes the latest UK digital bank to gain a licence
CEO of challenger bank Mondo, Tom Blomfield, talks about his mobile banking platform and its new digital banking licence.
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Mike Ingram, Tom Blomfield


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Morning Money: Would you pay someone else to do your washing? Lorenzo Franzi of Zipjet explains.

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Would you pay someone else to do your washing? Lorenzo Franzi of Zipjet explains.
Recent research reveals that a normal British household spends 264 hours a year doing washing. So what's the alternative? Zipjet hopes that you would want to pay someone else to do it. The startup is thinking big: It's announced a 3-month pilot partnership with Persil (Unilever) picking up, washing, and delivering clothes back to customers. Co-founder of Zipjet, Lorenzo Franzi, joined the team to discuss the plan...
Guests:

Emma Wall, Lorenzo Franzi


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Morning Money: Digital Britain - Alan Woodward discusses the changing ways we consume media.

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 7:00

Morning Money: Digital Britain - Alan Woodward discusses the changing ways we consume media.
An Ofcom report showed the average person in the UK spends just under 9 hours using media and communications every day - more than they spend sleeping. The telecom regulator's annual Communications Market Report, revealed some interesting data regarding the digital state of the nation. Joe Aldridge spoke to Professor Alan Woodward from the University of Surrey about the changing ways we access the internet.
Guests:

Steve Clarke, Joe Aldridge, Professor Alan Woodward


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Morning Money: Is "Instagram Stories" an attempt by Facebook to crush competition?

Nigel Cassidy
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Morning Money at 6:00

Morning Money: Is "Instagram Stories" an attempt by Facebook to crush competition?
Instagram, who are owned by Facebook, has launched its newest feature: Instagram Stories. This development allows users to build up a 'story' of their day, which then disappears after 24 hours. Many have argued that it is remarkably similar to the main feature of rival Snapchat. Is this an attempt by Facebook to take advantage of it's large userbase and quash any competition? Joe Aldridge spoke with tech consultant and journalist Chris Green, who explains why Instagram made this step...
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Steve Clarke, Louise Cooper, Chris Green


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