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Ready, set, shop! Here is a list of store openings on Thanksgiving and Black Friday.
CNBC.com Managing Editor Allen Wastler reports the hottest stories on CNBC.com including Why the 60/40 rule is "downright dangerous" and sees viewers showing a lot of interest in the Pope's comments on capitalism.
New Jersey has rolled the dice on Internet gambling. Brian Mattingley, 888 Holdings CEO, is excited about the opportunity in the U.S. NJ is first state of significant size in the market, he says. CNBC's Dominic Chu weighs in.
How is the economy really doing? Alan Krueger, Princeton economics professor and former Council of Economic Advisers chair, says the economy is recovering from a deep recession at a modest pace.
Frigid temperatures and dry weather should put consumers in the mood to shop on Black Friday weekend.
Keith Moore, MKM Partners, and Jerome Reisman, Reisman Peirez Reisman and Capobianco discusses what a deal with Joseph A. Bank means for Men's Wearhouse.
A major winter storm is heading towards the East Coast. Charles Koppelman, CAK Entertainment CEO, discusses how the weather might affect retailers. "If the weather isn't that great, they'll be shopping online," he says.
How airlines are preparing for a major storm expected just before Thanksgiving, with former Continental Airlines Chairman & CEO Gordon Bethune. He says if "people miss their flight, they won't be able to get another," in discussing the busy travel period.
Tiffany reported a higher profit, helped by stronger-than-expected sales as business soared in China. It also raised its full-year forecast.
Discussing the importance of social media for business, what to expect from the holiday travel season ahead, and $1 billion worth of projects at his company, with Loews Hotels Chairman Jonathan Tisch.
Loews Hotels Chairman Jonathan Tisch, a "born optimist," thinks mayor-elect Bill de Blasio understands business is the "engine that creates jobs." He also discusses preparation for Super Bowl XLVIII. "This is the New York/New Jersey Super Bowl," he says.
JCPenney CEO Mike Ullman bought 112,000 shares of JCP at $8.95 a share, according to an SEC Form 4 filling.
Looking ahead to Black Friday as a storm develops, with Paul Walsh, weather and business analyst for The Weather Channel.
This holiday season, Americans may not spend their green unless they see more red.
Retail analysts offer a look at the hottest selling items this holiday season, as well as how retailers are expected to fare.
As retailers experiment with earlier Black Friday promotions, restaurants are extending their hours too, in hopes of squeezing out additional sales.
Mary Epner of Mary Epner Retail Analysis; Micheal Ozanian, Forbes Magazine; and CNBC's Courtney Reagan discuss Wal-Mart's CEO shakeup and other holiday retailer concerns.
Despite deteriorating sales in Japan, L'occitane's CEO Reinold Geiger explains why he expects sales will improve going forward.
With just 1 month left for holiday shopping, Stacey Widlitz, CNBC retail analyst; Neely Tamminga, Piper Jaffray; and Chris Horvers, JPMorgan retail-hardlines analyst, discuss what's hot with consumers.
CNBC's Dominic Chu reports JC Penney CEO Mike Ullman has bought 112,000 shares of JCP at $8.96 per share.