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The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
Beef demand is up, and supplies are down, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. One California rancher Bud Sloan is having to buy feed because of the drought, and has cut his herd nearly in half.
How the agriculture business may perform this summer, with Brian Stutland of Stutland Volatility Group.
Netflix is launching a new season of Arrested Development on Sunday, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin. Hulu is also in the spotlight, with reports that Yahoo has put in a bid for the online video giant.
Pat McGauley, Budweiser VP of Innovation, offers insight on the buzz around his company's home draft beer device.
CNBC's Tyler Mathisen looks ahead to what are likely to be next week's top business and financial stories. Will Tuesday be another up day? And more housing data is on the way, as earnings season comes to a close.
"Accidental landlords" emerge as people decide to rent their homes instead of doing a short sale or a foreclosure. CNBC's Diana Olick, offers insight.
CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead to a short week and the earnings reports that are left, as well as what could come out of the Bank of Japan. Also, a re-balancing in the Morgan Stanley Index happens next week.
Beef prices are going up with ground beef up 9 percent in a year, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. And it doesn't look like it will come down any time this summer.
Walter De Brouwer, Scanadu co-founder and CEO, explains his company's medical tricorder, which can monitor a person's vital signs just by holding up to their forehead for 10 seconds.
In the decade since K-Mart and Sears merged, both companies are struggling to keep customers coming back. Paul Swinand, Morningstar analyst, explains what he believes is holding them back, and where they're headed from here.
Lean ground beef is up 21 percent to $4.81 per pound, reports CNBC's Jane Wells. And it could turn more consumers to cheaper cuts of meat.
The hit show "Arrested Development" returns, this time to Netflix, with Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets, and Michael Pachter, Wedbush Securities.
AG Lafley is viewed as a legend not only at P&G but also within the corporate world, reports CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis. John Faucher, JPMorgan analyst, and Marian Moore, University of Virginia, weigh in.
Retailers are weak on earnings, reports CNBC's Bob Pisani.
McDonald's needs kids more than today's kids need McDonald's. Perhaps no one knows that better than CEO Don Thompson, who was grilled by a 9-year-old at the annual meeting.
The growing appeal of luxury goods to men and increased confidence among affluent spenders are boosting sales and encouraging luxury brands to step up their investments in the U.S.
Eugene Profit, a former NFL cornerback, has a game plan for investing. Now as CEO of Profit Investment Management, he says, "you have to do your job and no excuses."
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
In a surprise move, Procter & Gamble is announcing the return of AG Lafley as chief executive. Linda Bolton Weiser, B. Riley Senior analyst, weighs in.