Analysts are looking for online retailers to bring in a record $6.6 billion dollars Monday, the unofficial biggest day for e-commerce in the U.S. This after online sales on Black Friday hit nearly $8 billion! Plus a computer hacker accused of helping Russian agents gain access to email accounts as part of the massive Yahoo data breach is expected to plead guilty to criminal charges in U.S. court on Tuesday. And Uber is getting close to announcing pricing for what could be a $10 billion investment from Japan's SoftBank -- we'll watch how recent news of a data breach that affected 57 million user accounts affects the deal. We also preview Amazon Web Services re:Invent conference and take a look at two retailers reporting earnings this week, which have felt the effect of the online giant. And the publisher of Better Homes & Gardens and Family Circle inks a deal to buy Time Inc. for $1.85 billion, after securing $650 million in financing from the conservative-leaning Koch Brothers.