1. Roblox says policing virtual world is like “shutting down speakeasies.” San Mateo, Calif.-based Roblox is deploying bots to patrol user-generated games and press buttons to detect any dangerous content that players have disguised. – Read More on Reuters

2. Activist Bluebell Wants Richemont Succession Plan Made Public: The activist investor’s co-founders Giuseppe Bivona and Marco Taricco made the request in a Sept. 27 letter to the listing and enforcement department of SIX Exchange Regulation AG. – Read More on Bloomberg

3. Nike to Crack Down on Sneaker-Buying Bots, Dealing a Blow to Resale Market: In a sweeping update to its rules for U.S. shoppers this month, the sneaker giant said it could cancel orders placed with automated ordering software or technology on its website or apps. – Read More on the WSJ

4. Chinese fast fashion retailer lobbies up: Shein has hired its first federal lobbyists as the company moves to expand its U.S. footprint despite concerns over the brand’s sustainability and labor practices. – Read More on Politico

5. Uniqlo owner set for record annual profit, but all eyes on China showing: The company, Japan’s biggest retailer, has posted strong performances in U.S. and Europe in the first 3 quarters of the year, but investors will look for signs of a recovery in China, its biggest foreign market with nearly 900 stores. – Read More on Reuters