Consumer Discretionary US: Consumer Services

  • How to trade the retail space

    The FMHR panel discuss the latest retail wreck as department stores get crushed on weak earnings and how investors should play the space.

  • The China Caixin services PMI came in at 51.8 for April, continuing to show expansion, but marking a moderation from March's 52.2.

  • A key pulse check on China's economy is likely to show the services sector hummed along in April, but a broader slowdown looms, economist Li Wei warns.

  • Key to staying healthy? Keep it simple

    Bodyism founder, James Duigan explains how simplicity is key to maintaining a healthy lifestyle and eating well.

  • A record number of U.S citizens underwent lip surgery in 2015, according to an industry body, which is linking the surge to the rise of social media.

  • The future of online streaming

    Hans-Holger Albrecht, CEO of Deezer, talks about what sets his company's streaming platform apart from rivals Spotify and Apple Music.

  • *Cosmetics market worth over $4 billion- parliament report. DUBAI, April 17- When Dubai businesswoman Negin Fattahi-Dasmal opened the first branch of her luxurious nail salon chain in Iran this year, it was met with both excitement and skepticism among image-conscious young Iranians. Despite-- or perhaps partly because of-- strict Islamic dress codes, cosmetics...

  • The new mobile feature helps users find time for self-improvement.

  • JACKSON, Miss., April 6- Executives of several major U.S. corporations urged Mississippi on Wednesday to repeal a new state law that allows businesses to deny wedding services to same-sex couples on religious grounds. The measure, which also permits employers to cite principles of faith in setting workplace policies on dress code, grooming and bathroom access,...

  • Companies like International Business Machines Corp and Herbalife International Inc used Twitter to criticize a North Carolina measure targeting transgender bathrooms and a Mississippi' religious freedom' law allowing people to deny wedding services to gay couples. Several technology executives also criticized a Mississippi bill allowing people...

  • An app to track down Tinder users

    Swipe Buster is an app that lets people track down a person using the dating service.

  • April 5- Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant on Tuesday signed a far-reaching law allowing people with religious objections to deny wedding services to same-sex couples and protecting other actions considered discriminatory by gay rights activists. Mississippi is the latest state drawing national protest for a law seen as anti-lesbian, gay, bisexual and...

  • April 5- Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant on Tuesday signed a far-reaching law allowing people with religious objections to deny wedding services to same-sex couples and protecting other actions considered discriminatory by gay rights activists. Mississippi is latest state drawing national protest for a law seen as anti-lesbian, gay, bisexual and...

  • Startups can bring banks new tech faster: CEO

    Auka CEO, Daniel Döderlein explains how its cloud-based white label mobile payments platform helps the banking sector.

  • Tony Fadell

    Duffy wrote a disparaging note about Nest CEO Tony Fadell, saying he made a mistake by selling Dropcam to Nest.

  • SAN FRANCISCO, March 14- Drivers for ride-hailing app Lyft will no longer face the imperative of owning a car under a rental program launched on Monday with General Motors Co. Depending on how many rides drivers complete, the cost will range from $99 a week plus 20 cents per mile to free for drivers who complete at least 65 trips a week, Zimmer said.

  • Trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    As consumer stocks were lower on Thursday, "Fast Money" traders discussed the reasons companies like Costco took a hit.

  • Consumers remain in malls: Taubman CEO

    Bob Taubman, Taubman Centers CEO, gives a fresh retail perspective ahead of new sales data.

  • Domestic sector continues to improve: Pro

    John Silvia, Wells Fargo, gives his current read on how the domestic sector is performing.

  • China's new businesses to drive the economy?

    Beijing hopes that the new and growing services sector will drive the economy forward. CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.