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Fortune Live November 6, 2015: Whole Foods, Facebook, and Levi Strauss

November 6, 2015, 7:15 PM UTC

In this week’s Fortune Live, host and senior editor Andrew Nusca will kick the show off with this week’s top news: jobs report, interest rate hike expectations, Whole Foods’ (WFM) sales slump, Panera (PNRA) pushing plant-based protein, and Facebook (FB) earnings. Guests senior editor Stephen Gandel, senior writer Beth Kowitt, and associate editor Anne VanderMey will lead this discussion.

Fortune’s Susie Gharib will also sit down with John Stumpf, president and CEO of Wells Fargo (WFC), to talk about what a rate hike will mean for prospective homebuyers.

And in a one-on-one interview, Beth Kowitt will speak to Chip Bergh, CEO of Levi Strauss & Co.

Guests Scott Chesrown, VP of strategy & business development at, and Mike Guy, editor at The Drive, will discuss the future of car buying and how startups are disrupting dealerships.

Continuing on the car beat, watch senior editor Sue Callaway test drive the hydrogen-fuel cell Toyota Mirai.

We’ll then switch gears to highlights from Fortune’s Global Forum, including assistant managing editor Leigh Gallagher‘s one-on-one with Rosalind Brewer, president and CEO of Sam’s Club (WMT), and an appearance by Deborah Hopkins, CEO of Citi Ventures (C). Senior writer Michal Lev-Ram‘s meets with Daphne Koller, president and co-founder of Coursera, and Joseph DeSimone CEO & co-founder of Carbon3D also joins us.

Our host will close out the show with three pieces of news that flew under the radar this week.

The full show and breakout segments will be available to watch on demand after the show concludes. You can find them at