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Amazon Prime raised its membership cost to $99 from $79 per year. CNBC Consumer Reporter Kelli B. Grant shares some of the most valuable company loyalty memberships out there.
Ten percent of renters want to buy a home in 2014, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
The markets are in a testing process, says Art Cashin of UBS, talking with CNBC's Bob Pisani about what's driving today's market decline.
Amazon.com will raise the price of its Prime membership to $99 a year from $79. Should you bite?
We're very much investing online and using technology to deepen the connection with our customers, says David Lenhardt, PetSmart CEO, discussing how his company is using technology to capitalize on the big growth in the pet products segment.
"Our guess is it's going to lead to extremely modest churn," says Mark Mahaney, RBC capital, lead Internet analyst, discussing how Amazon's Prime price hike will likely impact membership service and its growth in media.
Nightlife proprietor Scott Gerber, Gerber Group Principal and CEO, discusses the opening of his new rooftop bar at the Viceroy Hotel in New York City. Gerber also weighs in on spirits versus beer.
"I think the consumer is still spending," says David Henry, Kimco Realty vice-chairman & CEO, discussing retail headwinds and the state of American malls.
The full extent of the problems facing the U.K.'s "big four" supermarket chains was underlined on Thursday, with a profit warning by WM Morrison.
U.S. retail sales rose slightly more than expected in February, pointing to some strength in the economy after harsh weather abruptly slowed activity.
J.C. Penney is about to undo the centerpiece of former Chief Executive Officer Ron Johnson's failed vision to take the retailer upmarket.
The Fast Money traders share their final trades of the day.
The Fast Money traders take a look at today's biggest market movers.
Discussing consumer behavior as meat prices rise, with Tyson Foods CEO Donnie Smith. "We're backing off on portion size," he explains.
Tyson Foods CEO Donnie Smith says meat demand is "still really good," but expects really high prices for beef and pork.
A report from Kantar Retail reveals 33 percent of U.S. households said they did shop at Target during January. CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports this is the lowest response in 3 years.
CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis discusses the day's activity in the commodities markets. Oil dropped to $97 on China concerns and a huge oil inventory build this week. Nat gas took a breath on warmer temperatures. And gold was up while copper was down again.
Talbott Teas found success on "Shark Tank." Its founder Shane Talbott explains what makes his tea special, and how "Shark Tank" came just at the right time.
Where investors can make money in the stock market now, with Michael Cuggino, Permanent Portfolio Funds, and Matt McCormick, Bahl & Gaynor Investment Counsel.
Criminal attacks on health-care providers increased dramatically—up 100 percent since 2010. And Obamacare may make it worse, according to a new study.
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