David Tepper trims his major tech holdings and bets big on PG&E — Here are the details

David Tepper, founder and president of Appaloosa Management.
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Billionaire David Tepper trimmed his positions in high flying tech stocks and made a big bet on a utility stock during the third quarter, according to a securities filing released Monday.

Appaloosa Management, Tepper's hedge fund, still had large positions in some of the biggest tech and telecom stocks at the end of September, according to the filing. However, Appaloosa's biggest stake was in California utility company PG&E.

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