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An estimated 1,000 people waited in line at a local Best Buy in California, for the doors to open on Black Friday, reports CNBC's Jane Wells; and Matthew Shay, National Retail Federation president & CEO, forecasts how the fiscal cliff might impact holiday shopping this season.
"I think there's going to be cutbacks next year regardless whether a deal is made or not made on the "fiscal cliff," said Mark Fisher, MBF Clearing Corp. CEO, providing an outlook on the markets and economy in 2013.
Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO, discusses the outlook on Black Friday's sales numbers and the remainder of the holiday shopping season.
"People came in with a real celebratory mood," said Gerald Storch, Chairman & CEO of Toys R US, discussing shoppers' sentiment this holiday season, and Dana Telsey, The Telsey Group, provides insight on the early retail winners and losers this year.
Bankruptcy court judge approves Hostess' wind-down plan. Greg Rayburn, the company's CEO, offers insight. "We are going to sell to whoever will put the best deal on the table," he says.
Discussing whether the market gains will go away if Washington doesn't come to a resolution on the fiscal cliff, with Anthony Chan, Chase Wealth Management, and Rich Bernstein, Richard Bernstein Advisors CEO.
Rick Caruso, Caruso Affiliated CEO, is behind some of the biggest retail and entertainment centers in the country including the Grove in Los Angeles.
Daniel Birnbaum, SodaStream CEO, weighs in on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and its impact on business. Meanwhile the Greek stalemate weighs on the euro, with Boris Schlossberg, author.
George Michel, CEO of Boston Market, projects how much food his company expects to sell tomorrow, and whether it will surpass last year's record-setting sales.
Mario Gabelli, GAMCO Investors CEO & CIO, takes a look at several small cap stocks with the "Squawk Box" crew.
Mario Gabelli, GAMCO Investors CEO & CIO, reveals the best way to find value investments as the "fiscal cliff" approaches.
Gerald Storch, Chairman & CEO of Toys R Us, discusses the outlook on sales this shopping season, and which toys are likely to be the best-sellers.
The average hedge fund is up 6 percent year-to-date, when the average mutual fund has more than doubled that, with the Fast Money traders; and energy drinks have grown into a multi-billion dollar industry. Chris Clarke, Pure Growth Partners CEO and co-founder, discusses the complaints against the drinks.
"This is a turnaround and turnarounds can be unpredictable," said Meg Whitman, Hewlett-Packard CEO, talking with CNBC's David Faber about fictitious accounting methods it uncovered during its Autonomy acquisition, and discussing the company's commitment to innovate new technology and bring the company back.
Michael Powell, NCTA president & CEO, talks about the impact of going over the "cliff" on the telecom industry.
Gary Loveman, Chairman & CEO of Caesars Entertainment, discusses how tax reform will impact charitable giving and estate taxes.
Gary Loveman, Chairman & CEO of Caesars Entertainment, discusses how to fix the nation's growing debt burden.
Bob Wright, CEO of Charley's Grilled Subs, explains how his company managed to serve up tasty profits amid fiscal cliff worries.
Hostess and its unions agree to mediation in an effort to save the company and more than 18,000 jobs. CNBC's Kayla Tausche spoke with Greg Rayburnm Hostess CEO.
Ronald Peltier, CEO of HomeServices of America, explains why he sees encouraging signs of a housing recovery.