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The U.S. Senate has unanimously passed a bill aimed at supporting protesters in Hong Kong and warning China against a violent suppression of the demonstrations.
Google's streaming game platform Stadia is now live. Access to games will start at just under $10 a month. Kenny Rosenblatt, Akradium president, appears on "Bloomberg Technology."
Diana Choyleva, chief economist at Enodo Economics, explains why she thinks China may not announce its economic growth target at the next National People's Congress.
Teresa Kong, portfolio manager and head of fixed income at Matthews Asia, discusses the discount she's seeing in the Hong Kong stocks of Chinese companies versus A-Shares, Alibaba's pricing for IPO and why she likes Asian high-yield bonds.
David Dai, senior analyst at Sanford C Bernstein, discuses Alibaba's stock offering, the pricing of shares and his expectations for when trading begins.
DoorDash Inc., the unprofitable food delivery company, is weighing a direct stock listing for its planned entry into the public markets as soon as next year, according to people familiar with the matter.
New York state is suing Juul Labs for targeting teenagers in advertisements for e-cigarettes and making misleading statements about nicotine content in vaping products. The lawsuit was announced by New York Attorney General Letitia James.