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U.S. Is Drafting Potential Sanctions Over China Cyber Hacking

The Obama administration is drafting an escalating series of actions, including economic sanctions and curbs on doing business in the U.S., to punish China and other nations that persist in hacking its corporate computer networks, according to two administration officials with knowledge of the planning.

Hedge Funds Ditch Alibaba for Rival JD.com

Less than a year ago investors were scrambling to pick up shares in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. when Asia’s largest e-commerce company made its record debut on the New York Stock Exchange. Now sentiment is changing as JD.com Inc., its smaller competitor, is becoming a hedge fund favorite.

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Carter: U.S. Has to Be on Cutting Edge of Cyber Defense

U.S. Defense Secretary Ashton Carter talks about his trip to the Silicon Valley, the relationship between technology community and the Pentagon, and the importance of cybersecurity. Speaking with Emily Chang on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg Markets," Carter also discusses the defense budget. (Source: Bloomberg)

Will the Market Rout Halt M&A?

Stanhope Capital Chief Investment Officer Jonathan Bell discusses the impact the market rout has on M&A and where we could see more deals. He speaks to Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde on "Countdown." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Warner Bros. Says DC Chief to Lead Consumer Products Unit

Time Warner Inc.’s Warner Bros. division is expanding the duties of Diane Nelson, head of the company’s DC Entertainment and video-games businesses, giving her oversight of the studio’s entire consumer products portfolio.