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Tom Kloza, Oil Price Information Service co-founder and Global Head of Energy Analysis, weighs in on the Colonial Pipeline in explosion in Alabama, and the gas tax hike in New Jersey.
Bob Lutz, former GM vice chairman, VLF Automotive CEO and CNBC Contributor, weighs in on October's solid auto sales, General Motors and Tesla.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on October's solid auto sales, with trucks and SUVs being one of the driving forces.
"It's really hard to become the front end when you don't have the services that people watch," said one analyst.
But there's one particular thing that assures RBC's Helima Croft that the deal goes through.
Warne says the reason is "the expectation that interest rates will go up and that deals will get more expensive in the future."
Analyst Barton Crocket, FBR Capital Markets, discusses ESPN's viewership and how it impacts Disney stock, as well as the growing number of competitors for sports fans' attention.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on the controversy over Neilsen's ESPN subscriber data. Thomas Eagan, Telsey Advisory Group, comments.
Pete Williams, NBC News, offers an update on the announcement that the FBI will investigate more Clinton-related emails.
Helima Croft, Managing Director and Global Head of Commodity Strategy at RBC Capital Markets, discusses whether OPEC will be able to reach a deal.
Alberto Gonzales, Fmr U.S. Attorney General, discusses the Comey info dump last Friday and the impact it could have on the election.
CNBC's John Harwood reports on the narrowing presidential race amid the final campaign week.
Carter Murray, Worldwide CEO, FCB, discusses the election and the branding of the two main candidates.
A man entered a panda cage in China, saying he was trying to impress a woman. The bear grabbed him by the leg and wrestled him.
Andy Hargreaves, Pacific Crest Securities senior research analyst, discusses where he sees flaws in Apple TV, and possible improvements.
John Engler, Business Roundtable president, and John Hayes, Ball Corp. president and CEO, discuss why shareholder activism is detracting from creating long-term value, and where the shareholder proposal process needs improvement.
White-House Press Secretary Josh Earnest speaks on the FBI's investigation of Clinton emails, taking a "hands-off" stance on the topic. CNBC's John Harwood reports.