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The first person in the U.S. to be diagnosed with Ebola was released by the hospital despite telling hospital staff he traveled to Africa, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.

Tour inside $85M spec home     Thu, 2 Oct '14 | 6:43 AM ET

CNBC's Robert Frank takes a tour of a new $85 million spec home in Beverly Hills, which has a garage that lifts your car into the living room and a 54-foot wall of glass that opens onto views of Los Angeles.

No auto loan bubble: AutoNation CEO     Thu, 2 Oct '14 | 6:33 AM ET

Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, weighs in on the role of sub-prime auto loans in the marketplace.

Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, provides a look inside September's auto sales, and shares his thoughts on Ford's outlook and the new changeover in the F-150 Series.

Phil Orlando, Federated chief equity strategist, and Drew Matus, UBS deputy chief U.S. economist, weigh in on the market's weak October start, and provide insight to Fed policy and interest rates.

CNBC's Susan Li, reports the city's chief executive has issued a deadline as the Hong Kong anti-government protest lingers on.

Ebola raises red flag over Texas     Thu, 2 Oct '14 | 6:05 AM ET

The U.S. Ebola patient was released from the hospital before his diagnosis and that has some worried about U.S. preparedness, reports CNBC's Meg Tirrell.

Europe 'faces an uphill climb': Pro     Thu, 2 Oct '14 | 5:00 AM ET

Gemma Godfrey, head of investment strategy at Brooks Macdonald Asset Management, says that the European ABS market is not large enough for the ECB to reach its balance sheet expansion target.

When the oil price falls, so does the ruble says Alexei V. Moiseev, Russia's deputy minister of finance. He adds that no measures have been taken to close Russia to foreign investors.

After the Dow's 238 point drop Wednesday, today's ECB meeting and tomorrow's U.S. jobs report could be the catalysts to turn things around.

Guglielmo Miani, CEO of Larusmiani, discusses what Italian companies are doing to offset weak domestic consumption, and says that businesses need more labor market flexibility.

Stefan Winkelmann, CEO of Lamborghini, discusses the company's first plug-in hybrid car, but says there's still a lot of work to do. He also comments on Lamborghini's second-biggest market, China.

Oliver Samwer, CEO of Rocket Internet, says he is positive on the long-term prospects for the company's shares after they fell sharply on market debut.

Paul Donovan, global economist and managing director at UBS, says the fact the Russian government is having to deny they are considering capital controls show they are a "credible threat".

Allan Rushforth, senior vice president and COO at Hyundai Motor Europe, says the group's regionalization strategy gives it durability and stability, and discusses challenges ahead.

Russia is in the midst of a crisis which is a "huge stimulating factor for change" says Ruben Aganbegyan, CEO of Otkritie Financial Corporation. He also comments on rumors of capital control

Azad Zangana, European economist at Schroders, says investors want the ECB to spell out "solid numbers" on its TLTRO program and discusses the central bank's strategy.

Juergen Stackmann, CEO of SEAT, say he is "positive" the European car market will stabilize and grow.

Hans-Ole Jochumsen, president of trading and market services at NASDAQ OMX Group, says "you can't win them all" in response to Alibaba listing on the New York Stock Exchange.

Anna Stupnytska, global economist at Fidelity Worldwide Investments, says ECB President Mario Draghi needs to show "bias" towards further policy action.

Alan Miller, founding partner at SCM Private, says he is buying Russian equities again after a long break, but explains that it is a short-term play.

Dmitry Kostygin, chairman of the board at Russian online retailer Ulmart, says the company is "way faster" and more reliable than Amazon.

Russian economy minister Alexey Ulyukaev says it is "impossible" that the government will implement capital controls.

Dmitry Kostygin, chairman of the board at Russian online retailer Ulmart, says the company will not go public before mid-2015 at the earliest.

Max Pogliani, CEO of Vertu, discusses the company's Aster smartphone which costs $6,800.

Peter Long, CEO of TUI Travel, says the Russia market has been "challenging", with the weak ruble making holidays more expensive.

Hakan Samuelsson, CEO of Volvo, says the future of Volvo is becoming a premium brand, after it unveiled its high-end XC90 SUV at the Paris Motor Show.

Rupert Stadler, CEO of Audi, says the company has seen a hit from the Russian market, which is "going backwards".

Worst is behind GM: Opel CEO     Thu, 2 Oct '14 | 1:45 AM ET

Karl-Thomas Neumann, CEO of Opel, says the worst of the issues around the recall of millions of vehicles by GM over safety problems is behind the company.

Karl-Thomas Neumann, CEO of Opel, says the company does not need to cut capacity in Europe and wants to grow market share.

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