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CNBC's David Faber reports on his interview with eBay CEO John Donahoe on the separation of eBay and PayPal into two independent publicly traded companies.
Investors will close the books on the third quarter Tuesday, and if history is any guide, chances are the fourth quarter should be good for stocks.
China is taking aggressive steps to control media coverage of Hong Kong protesters, reports CNBC's Eunice Yoon.
Jason Trennert, Strategas managing partner, shares perspective on the global markets amid growing concerns over Hong Kong protests.
Scott Devitt, Stifel Nicholas analyst, shares his views of the separation of eBay and PayPal.
CNBC's David Faber reports John Donahoe will not be CEO of either eBay or PayPal after the companies become independent entities.
Japan's household spending improved month-on-month while retail sales rose for a second consecutive month, says Mikihiko Yamato, Deputy Head of Research from Ji Asia.
Beijing could attempt to pacify protesters by allowing the resignation of CY Leung, Hong Kong's current Chief Executive, says Willy Lam, Professor of History at Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Tommy Xie, Economist, Treasury Research & Strategy at OCBC, expects the official purchasing managers' index for September due Wednesday to signal a pickup in economic activities.
The European Commission has found that Apple's Irish tax deal was in breach of European Union law. CNBC's Catherine Boyle reports on the "interesting" timing of the announcement.
John Krey, director at S&P Capital IQ, says investors should continue to have a "market weight" in Hong Kong despite the protests and discusses emerging markets, including India.
George Hill, analyst at Deutsche Bank, discusses Walgreens ahead of earnings and explains his buy rating on the stock following the Alliance Boots acquisition.