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Ian Winer, Wedbush Securities director of equity trading, shares his best bets in the market as the Dow approaches 20K.
Matthew Boss, JPMorgan equity research analyst for department stores & specialty softlines, weighs in on what stocks are winning in the retail sector.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on how the retail sector has changed over the past seven years, since the Dow hit 10K.
Some engineers are pushing to move production of the Mac Pro back to Asia, Bloomberg reports.
When there's strong enough convection, along with plenty of moisture available, a winter storm can produce thundersnow, USA Today reports.
Some analysts were skeptical of its affect on TripAdvisor, suggesting the Expedia deal was expected, and not "a game changer."
It's adding commercials to its in-house TV network, providing an opportunity for brands that want to reach the growing gamer demographic.
Pop-up stores are taking on a new life, and both brands and landlords stand to benefit.
The USDA suggests that manufacturers and retailers opt for the phrasing "best if used by," Eater reports.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on how retailers are worried about proposed tax reforms like border adjustment for non-U.S. manufactured goods.
Panera intends to be the first national restaurant to align its broiler chicken policy with the Global Animal Partnership's Broiler Chicken Standard.
Some retailers may be taking a hit from changing consumer habits, but that doesn't mean the consumer is suffering, Martin E. Franklin says.
Aryeh Bourkoff, LionTree founder & CEO, discusses how the political environment is changing the way M&A deals are getting done.
Shares of Darden Restaurants rise slightly in premarket trading after the company posts earnings that were in line with expectations.
General Motors will shut five U.S. auto assembly plants for varying durations in January, to cut oversupply of sedans which have fallen out of favor.
Praxair, Darden and General Motors are making headlines thisTuesday morning before the opening bell.