Microsoft Profit Misses Estimates on Weak PC Market

Microsoft said earnings fell short of analysts’ estimates, as the company’s plan to restore growth by focusing on cloud software hit a speed bump with a weak personal-computer market pulling down results. The company was also hit by a higher tax rate in the period. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson reports on "What'd You Miss?" (Source: Bloomberg)

Anta's Ding Says Looking for Global M&A
36:32 - China's largest sportswear company by revenue touched an all-time high Tuesday after posting record first-half earnings and better than forecasted sales. Anta Sports Chairman Ding Zhizhong spoke exclusively to Bloomberg's Stephen Engle, saying he's open to overseas deals even as Beijing cracks down on debt. (Source: Bloomberg)
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