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Santelli Exchange: Corporate tax reform and higher wages

University of Chicago Professor of Economics Casey Mulligan and CNBC's Rick Santelli discuss capital investment, productivity and wages.

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Missouri AG: I want the facts about Google's data collection

Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley discusses his state's investigation into Google's supposed mishandling of consumer data.

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NYT's Jim Stewart: DOJ lawsuit is upending many years of antitrust policy

The New York Times' Jim Stewart discusses the latest on the antitrust lawsuit from the Justice Department against AT&T over their bid for Time Warner.

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Analyst: Amazon's pharmacy opportunity not as big as expected

John Blackledge, Cowen senior internet analyst, discusses his views on Amazon's push into the pharmacy sector and what he sees for other verticals for the e-commerce giant.

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How tight is DOJ's case against AT&T-Time Warner deal?

Debating whether the government has a legitimate antitrust case against AT&T over its deal for Time Warner with Ethan Glass, partner at Quinn Emanuel and former assistant chief DOJ antitrust division, and Seth Bloom, Bloom Strategic Counsel president and former general counsel of Senate Antitrust Subcommittee.

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October existing home sales up 2.0%

CNBC's Diana Olick reports the latest read on existing home sales.

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Faber Report: Breaking down a Fox deal

CNBC's David Faber provides insight in the latest media quest to obtain Twenty-First Century Fox.

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Dow opens up triple digits

CNBC's Seema Mody takes a look at what's moving in early morning trading.

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Opening Bell, November 21, 2017

AMG with Sean Healey, chairman and CEO, celebrating their 20th year of listing at the NYSE, and Axogen with Karen Zaderej, president, CEO and board member, at the NASDAQ, ring today's opening bell.

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AT&T counsel: There is no credible evidence AT&T deal will harm competition

Dan Petrocelli, AT&T outside counsel, on his unprecedented move to take on the Justice Department to block the merger between AT&T and Time Warner.

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