The onward march of discount U.K. retailer Primark will continue with its first U.S. store, in the Boston building previously occupied by Filene’s.» Read More
After ending 2013 with sales that were more of a whimper than their expected bang, automakers still believe American car buyers have plenty of enthusiasm.
Bob Derrington, Wunderlich Securities, and Matthew Boss, JPMorgan, reveal their top consumer discretionary stocks. Boss sees "choppiness" and headwinds ahead for retail in 2014.
Morningstar's Dave Whiston explains why GM is his top auto stock pick for 2014.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports automakers are blaming winter weather for dismal December sales.
BlackBerry is filing suit against Typo Products to block the company from selling a keyboard identical to the smartphone maker's.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau and Erich Merkle, Ford Motor Company sales analyst, discuss the automaker's latest numbers and what likely caused sales to come up "soft" of expectations.
Flywheel is a boutique indoor cycling studio that integrates high energy and proprietary technology to help track your progress over time. Its co-founder and CEO, discusses how its classes provide a social outlet for customers.
How the winter storm has impacted train travel, with Amtrak spokeswoman Christina Leeds.
A look at the snowy morning commute after a snowstorm hits Boston, with CNBC's Tyler Mathisen. The Weather Channel's Maria LaRosa provides a forecast for the weekend.
The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore has the latest update on the first winter storm of 2014, as the snow moves out and frigid temperatures move in.
The top four U.S. automakers missed December sales expectations, but 2013 will easily be the industry's best year since the recession.
Rob Maruster, JetBlue COO, has the update on airline travel as thousands of flights are cancelled due to the major winter storm sweeping the Midwest and East Coast. We have a 100 percent schedule reduction for all of New England, says Maruster.
James White, Chairman, President & CEO of Jamba Juice, talks about his company's initiative to provide healthier food options for consumers and expand globally.
Paul Ingrassia, Reuters, provide a preview of auto sales in 2014 as the weaken yen allows the Japanese to price more aggressively.
The major automakers are expected to roll out sales figures today. CNBC's Phil LeBeau provides a preview of the numbers and whether the momentum is likely to continue into the new year as the economy improves. Industry sales are expected to exceed 16 million, reports LeBeau.
A look at which retailers are winning big on the web as many brick and mortar stores enter the e-commerce space, with Neely Tamminga, Piper Jaffray analyst. Nordstrom is the gold standard in the integration between technology and retail, Tamminga said.
General Mills said it has stopped using genetically modified ingredients in its Cheerios as the U.S. branded foods manufacturer hopes the move will firm up customer loyalty.
CNBC's Helia Ebrahimi gets in the front seat as she takes a look at the recovery of the U.K.'s car industry.
Avtar Sandhu, Senior Manager, Commodities at Phillip Futures, explains why he thinks the most bullish commodity for 2014 is cocoa.
Other airports are watching Montreal's program that lets travelers book access to the front of the security line.