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HP Inc. Quarterly Profit Forecast Falls Short Amid PC Slump

HP Inc. forecast first-quarter profit that may miss analysts’ estimates as personal-computer and printer sales slump, highlighting the challenges facing the stand-alone business after splitting up with its corporate technology and services arm.

Political Intel Firm Sanctioned Over Help for Hedge Funds

A firm that helps guide hedge funds’ responses to government actions is being sanctioned by regulators over its acquisition and handling of possibly nonpublic information, as regulators crack down on the flow of trading tips from Capitol Hill to Wall Street.

Google, Amazon Price Cuts Seen Squeezing IBM and VMware in 2016 Inc., Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. will intensify their competition in the cloud-computing business in the coming year, cutting prices and driving companies including International Business Machines Corp. and VMware Inc. to look for other ways to make money, according to Bloomberg Intelligence’s 2016 technology outlook.

Nissan Says Jack Ma's Soccer Team Breached Sponsorship Agreement

Nissan Motor Co.’s Chinese joint venture has accused billionaire Jack Ma’s soccer club of violating a sponsorship agreement by removing its advertising logo from the team jerseys before the final match of Asia’s top club competition held on Saturday.

Tesla Motors Invites Customers to Personalize Model X SUV

Tesla Motors Inc. on Monday invited those who reserved a Model X sport utility vehicle to give the company their personal specifications and announced the SUV’s price starts at $80,000 before federal tax credits or state rebates.

Alibaba's Jack Ma Said to Be in Discussions to Buy SCMP Stake

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s founder Jack Ma is in talks to buy a stake in the publisher of Hong Kong’s South China Morning Post, according to people familiar with the matter, in what could make him the latest Internet-industry tycoon to pursue the revival of a traditional newspaper.

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What's Holding Apple's IBeacon Back?

After its launch two years ago, iBeacon, the location services technology from Apple that could make it possible to get precise coupons on your phone as you shopped fizzled. What exactly happened to the technology? Bloomberg's Josh Brustein reports on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

Yahoo's Mayer Faces Pressure as Execs Exit

David Kirkpatrick, founder and chief executive officer at Techonomy, and Bloomberg's Cory Johnson discuss the executive departures at Yahoo and the future of the company. They speak to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

What We're Watching This Week: Square, HP Earnings

David Kirkpatrick, founder and chief executive officer at Techonomy, and Bloomberg Intelligence's Anand Srinivasan discuss Square's new card reader, the IPOs for Match and Square and earnings for HP and HP Enterprise. They speak to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Has Black Friday Evolved Into Black November?

Cyriac Roeding, founder and chief executive officer at Shopkick, and David Kirkpatrick, founder and chief executive officer at Techonomy, discuss the state of the retail industry and e-commerce's impact on black Friday. They speak to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Freebird: Your Ticket Out of Airport Hell

Ethan Bernstein, chief executive officer at Freebird, discusses his new startup, how it works and how they aim to make your trip a little less stressful. He speaks to Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Markets." (Source: Bloomberg)

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Sky Upgrades TV Service to Fend Off Rivalry From Netflix, BT

Sky Plc, the pan-European TV broadcaster backed by Rupert Murdoch, unveiled a service called Sky Q that allows users to watch programs simultaneously from multiple devices, record up to four programs at once and eventually stream ultra high-definition shows.

U.S. Stocks Rally as Fed Minutes Stress Gradual Rate Increases

U.S. stocks rallied the most in almost a month as Federal Reserve meeting minutes signaled policy makers think the economy is strengthening enough to withstand higher interest rates as soon as next month, while stressing the pace of any increases will be gradual.