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Hedge Funds Focus on Vipshop in Shift Away From China E-Commerce

Hedge funds reduced their holdings of China’s biggest e-commerce companies during the third quarter, with Vipshop Holdings Ltd. being cut the most, as investors pulled out of the country’s assets amid the worst market rout since the 2008 financial crisis.

HP Faces PC Slump as Quarterly Profit Forecast Falls Short

HP Inc. gave a disappointing forecast for profit in its first quarter as a stand-alone company, hurt by its dependence on the lackluster market for personal computers and printers after splitting up with its corporate-technology counterpart.

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.

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Anki's Overdrive: Where Robots Meet Racecars

Boris Sofman, chief executive officer at Anki, discusses his company's newest game that combines robotics with artificial intelligence and brings the game to life. He speaks to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Sports Merchandise's Mobile Moves

Doug Mack, chief executive officer at Fanatics, discusses the sports merchandise business and its shift to mobile. He speaks to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Shot Spotter: Technology That Helps Fight Terror Attacks

Ralph Clark, chief executive officer at SST Inc, discusses his company's new technology called "Shot Spotter," how it works and how it could help police deal with future terror attacks. He speaks to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Semiconductor Deals Hit Record

Crawford Del Prete, chief research officer at IDC, and Bloomberg's Ian King discuss the deals driving the semiconductor industry. They speak to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Breaking Down Hewlett-Packard Earnings

Crawford Del Prete, chief research officer at IDC, and Bloomberg's Cory Johnson discuss earnings for Hewlett-Packard, the final earnings report for the company as a stand-alone business. They speak to Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg West." (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.