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CNBC's Kate Rogers looks back at the week's top business and financial stories.
Discussing innovation at Nike, with Susan Anderson, FBR Capital Markets.
World's second biggest supermarket chain warned the UK is still tough as it reported slightly better-than-expected first-quarter sales.
Ikea's U.S. chief financial officer explains how hiking the minimum wage has been good for the company's bottom line.
CNBC.com's Krystina Gustafson discusses retail trends among parents shopping for their kids.
Jyrki Tervonen, CFO of H&M, discusses the company's recent earnings report.
The world's largest retailer is doing everything it can to operate as lean as possible, which includes making sure suppliers are doing their part, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
Bayard Winthrop, CEO, American Giant, makes a hoodie some call the greatest hoodie ever. The product is manufactured in America.
Ken Himmel, co-managing partner at Gulf Related, and president & CEO at Related Urban, discusses consumer spending in the Middle East.
Leland Miller, president of CBB International, says there is a "broad-based recovery" in the mainland economy, with key sectors such as property and retail seeing good growth.
As Apple Watch sales ramp up and Fitbit's IPO generates buzz, Pebble has a trick up its sleeve. Its new watch is now selling at Bestbuy.com.
CNBC's Mandy Drury looks back at the week's top business and financial stories.
Forget the unshorn look. Millions of men of all ages are opting for new grooming tools being offered by Dollar Shave Club and Harry's.
Toggle, a startup that was born out of Warner Brothers' Media camp, creates devices for big companies like Wal-Mart to deliver streaming content.
Target CEO Brian Cornell said a deal announced this week with CVS will help his company focus on signature categories.
Brian Cornell, Target Chairman & CEO, discusses the early stages company's transformation.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan speaks with Gap CEO Art Peck for an exclusive interview.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan sits down with Gap CEO Art Peck for an exclusive interview.
Gap CEO Art Peck discusses the announcement to lay off 250 corporate employees and close 26 percent of its North American stores, saying he thinks the brand is incredible and remains relevant today.
Gap closing North American stores amid sales weakness.