Hillary Clinton's national lead over Donald Trump continues to narrow. Clinton now leads Trump 48 percent to 44 percent, a decline of 2 points since last week, according to the latest NBC News|SurveyMonkey weekly tracking poll.
As Trump was criticizing Clinton for calling "half" of his supporters "a basket of deplorables," an attendee at the campaign rally violently confronted protesters last night. The unidentified man was allowed to remain for the rest of the event. (NBC News)
Clinton said she didn't reveal her pneumonia diagnosis earlier because she didn't "think it was going to be that big a deal." Clinton also vowed to release this week additional medical records. (NBC News)
The EU's ruling that Apple (AAPL) owes Ireland $14.6 billion in back levies underscores the need for urgent U.S. tax reform, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew wrote in an op-ed. Lew addresses the CNBC-Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha conference at 8:20 a.m. ET.
In the wake of the $190 million settlement by Wells Fargo (WFC) over charges employees opened fee-generating accounts for unsuspecting customers, the executive who oversaw this group retired over the summer and reportedly walked away with $124.6 million. (NY Times)
Wells Fargo has told some employees to stop cross-selling products to customers, while the GOP-led Senate Banking Committee said it plans a hearing into the bank's sales practices and wants to question CEO John Stumpf. (WSJ)
Berkshire Hathaway and its Applied Underwriters unit has been sued by a New York bicycle courier company over an alleged illegal scheme to cheat employers buying worker compensation policies. (Reuters)
Weight Watchers International (WTW) said Oprah Winfrey is going to help the diet company find a new leader, after the CEO resigned following three years at the helm. About a year ago, Oprah bought a 10 percent stake in Weight Watchers. (Reuters)
General Motors (GM) said Chevy's 2017 Bolt EV electric car has an EPA estimated range of 238 miles on a full charge, with a starting price of $37,000 before the $7,500 federal tax rebate is applied. (CNBC)
Boeing (BA) is forecasting Chinese airlines are likely to purchase 6,810 planes worth $1 trillion over the next two decades, a 7.6 percent increase from last year's estimate, as the carrier caters to robust growth in domestic and overseas tourism. (Reuters)
Samsung and LG were accused of agreeing not to poach each other's U.S. employees, according to a U.S. civil lawsuit filed last week. The case is similar to one against Apple, Google, and other tech companies, which settled last year for $415 million. (Reuters)
Apple (AAPL) launches its iOS 10 mobile operating system for download today. And the reviews are in for the iPhone 7 and 7 plus, which goes on sale in stores Friday. Walt Mossberg at the Verge likes the device but misses the headphone jack.
Starting this coming Monday, Twitter (TWTR) is cutting down on which types of content count towards its 140-character limit. Media attachments, such as images, GIFs, and videos, and quoted tweets will be exempt, giving users more flexibility. (The Verge)
Instagram, the photo-sharing app owned by Facebook (FB), has launched a new keyword tool designed to monitor potentially offensive comments. Users can input words they consider offensive or inappropriate and want hidden from posts. (Reuters)
Crazy Eddie's prices were "in-SANE!" And so was his fall from grace. Eddie Antar, whose electronics retail chain was once as much a part of the New York landscape as pizza slices and the ubiquitous yellow cab, has died. He was 68. (USA Today)