Here are the headlines from Monday's Bloomberg Market Report.
The Attorneys General in New York and New Jersey are investigating complaints from consumers about price gouging for gasoline, food, and generators following Hurricane Sandy. One New Jersey complaint alleges gasoline topped $5 a gallon.
Occupy Wall Street has set up camp online at Amazon.com and Walmart.com using wedding registries to solicit gifts or everything from blankets to batteries and bleach for victims of Sandy.
Bloomberg News has learned Apple is looking into replacing intel chips in Mac personal computers with a version Apple uses in the iPhone and iPad.
Former GE CEO Jack Welch is at it again. He is suggesting that government jobs figures are being manipulated for political gain. He told CNBC that "something's wacky here."
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