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Eric Dezenhall, Dezenhall Resources CEO, and Davidson Goldin, Goldin Solutions founder, discuss issues with the Obamacare exchange websites. It is a "public relations, political, and operational problem" says Dezenhall.
CNBC's Bertha Coombs reports on some pricing issues and premium estimates with the already glitch filled Obamacare websites.
"This SEC insider trading case was personal," says Dallas Mavericks owner and Chairman of AXS TV Mark Cuban, after being acquitted. "I didn't settle because I did nothing wrong," he adds.
AT&T is reporting Q3 EPS of $0.66 ex-items on revenue of $32.16 billion, with CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Donald Coxe, BMO Financial Group, and Nathan Bachrach, The Financial Network Group, discuss where markets are headed. Bachrach likes European stocks and says investors should pay attention to bonds.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks at the day's market action including momentum names looking "toppy."
CNBC's Kate Kelly reports a jury has found Bank of America liable for Countrywide loans issued before the financial crisis.
Discussing the best places to allocate capital, with Scott Kimball, BMO Corporate Income Fund, and Satya Pradhuman, Cirrus Research. Kimball sees risk assets outperforming by the year's end.
"We are a team, we come together to try to win, we are not winning for our country" says Rick Pitino, Louisville men's basketball coach, comparing our government to sports. We are like "2 different countries fighting against each other" he adds.
Just in time for Halloween, this market bear says stocks could drop another 40%.
After being cleared of insider trading accusations by the SEC, billionaire Mark Cuban said the case was personal and reiterated that he did nothing wrong.
Amazon is up 30 percent this year, but does a good company make for a good buy? CNBC's Jeff Cox and CNBC contributor Carol Roth debate the case.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports that Carl Icahn has sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook in which he continues to press his case for a big stock buyback and offers to make some kind of "pledge" to the company.
CNBC contributor Ron Insana reacts to Carl Icahn's strong case for a big buyback at Apple.
Mark Spitznagel, Universa Investments founder, expects a 40 percent drop in the markets within a year. To invest in today's market he says you have to "step aside; best investment is to sit earning zero."
Discussing today's market activity, with Erin Gibbs, S&P Capital IQ; Steve Grasso, Stuart Frankel; Ross Gerber, Gerber Kawaski; and Adam Thurgood, High Tower. "Equities are the only place for profit" says Grasso.
Despite activist investor Carl Icahn's call for change at Apple, Jack Welch, former GE CEO, hopes Tim Cook doesn't take his eye off the long range strategy for Apple.
Robert Nardelli, XLR-8 founder, is shocked to see companies not carry health care for part-time employees. Jack Welch, Jack Welch Management, weighs in.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports due to the government shutdown, the IRS will start taking 2013 returns between January 28th and February 4th.
CNBC's Maria Bartiromo shares her observation on the impact of Obamacare on jobs.