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  • Do you have whiplash from all the ups and downs? Are you concerned about volatility? We're talking all things markets LIVE from the floor of the NYSE with Bob Pisani. Send us your questions!

      

  • Nearly 30 million kids in the U.S. eat school lunch every day, but who’s reaping in all the profits? We took a look at the history of free lunch and how our nation’s kids are being fed today.

      

  • This is what it looked like the day the Dow Jones Industrial Average closed north of 1,000 for the first time on November 14, 1972.

      

  • Cosplaying is helping this 29-year-old rake in 6 figures. (via CNBC Make It)

      

  • Rocket Lab's Electron rocket comes at a price tag that's only a fraction of the $50 million or more it costs to launch a larger rocket. Will that revolutionize the industry and expand who will be able to send satellites into space?

      

  • We tested Apple's new iPad Pro and found that it's the best tablet you can buy. It has fantastic speakers, a great screen, and fast performance — but it still isn't a laptop replacement for most people.

      

  • These 3 individuals are pushing fashion to new heights for the 1.5 billion people with disabilities. (via CNBC Make It)

      

  • WATCH: Dow plunges more than 500 points, as Apple shares lead tech decline.

      

  • This woman escaped North Korea when she was 13 — and it's helped built perserverance in her life. (via CNBC Make It)

      

  • This heart-shaped island is for sale— and you’re  gonna ❤️ what’s on it. (via Secret Lives of the Super Rich)

      

  • This Texas mansion has a haunted water park in the backyard. (via Secret Lives of the Super Rich)

      

  • Who really won the midterms? Here's a breakdown of why both Democrats and Republicans can point to wins, and what it means moving forward.

      

Do you have whiplash from all the ups and downs? Are you concerned about volatility? We're talking all things markets LIVE from the floor of the NYSE with Bob Pisani. Send us your questions!

 

 

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