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Discussing whether the auto industry is forming a sales bubble or if it really is on the road to recovery, with Jeremy Anwyl, Edmunds.com CEO.
RIMM reports earnings have fallen over one million units since last quarter. Is there reason for investors to be concerned? Matthew Hoffman, Cowen & Company senior research analyst weighs in.
Some college athletic departments are figuring out the answer to juicing revenue — beer.
A look at what's driving auto sales, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Scott Minerd of Guggenheim Partners on why people will flee the euro and go to a safe haven like US Treasurys, since the United States is 'the least dirty shirt in the bag.'
Discussing the automaker's Q2 earnings and overall U.S. sales forescast, with Alan Mulally, Ford Motor Company president & CEO, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
One author who has been out there pitching for 25 years offers his advice on how to get clients to buy what you're selling - be it a product or yourself.
Teen apparel retailer Abercrombie & Fitch expects second-quarter sales will not be as good as those in the first quarter, according to CFO Jonathan Ramsden, who was speaking at a conference in New York.
Discussing lower soup sales and how the company plans to grow its consumer base, with Douglas Conant, Campbell Soup president/CEO.
The biggest thing holding most people back from starting their own business is money. But the truth is, you don’t have to have a lot of money to start a business.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on study that says U.S. auto sales will hit 16 million in annual sales by 2013 due to pent-up demand and aging fleet of current vehicles.
Small businesses are not hiring, despite what last week's Labor Department employment report may show, according to a National Federation of Independent Business survey.
The ‘back of a business card’ idea is akin to the elevator pitch. You need to be able to quickly and clearly communicate your value in a way that people can easily understand you, your idea and what you want to sell, according to the author.