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  • Shipping surge

    Reporter Morgan Brennan goes inside “The Matrix” to find out how workers and boxes navigate 42 miles of conveyor belts at the massive sorting hub that will handle an estimated 355 million FedEx packages between Thanksgiving and Christmas Eve.

  • Road warriors

    With an average age of 11.6 years, there are more old cars on the road than ever before. Reporter Phil LeBeau looks at some of the reasons why more and more “beaters” have miles to go before heading to the scrap heap.

  • Smart giving

    If you’re looking to give a donation to a specific cause, how do you know if the charity is legitimate? Charity Navigator is the nation’s largest independent charity evaluator. President and CEO Michael Thatcher tells us how his company rates charitable organizations so you know where your gift will do the most good.

  • New leash on life

    Erin Stanton is the founder of Susie’s Senior Dogs, and with more than 750K fans on social media, she’s helped more than 700 dogs of all ages, sizes and personalities get a new leash on life.

  • Education revolution

    Khan Academy Founder Sal Khan has built a global learning resource with 10,000 online courses with 48.5 million registered users. He explains how his mission of providing a "free, world-class education for anyone, anywhere," is evolving.

  • Buying a home

    CNBC reporter Diana Olick has suggestions on how to bid and buy your perfect home.

  • Taxing questions

    Mark Steber, Chief Tax Officer for Jackson Hewitt Tax Services, offers year-end tax tips to maximize your cash, and minimize your tax burden.

  • Holiday gifts

    Lauren Lyons Cole of Consumer Reports has some top-rated gift suggestions, whatever your budget, and if your prepared to splurge, some higher priced options. Plus, she has some creative stocking stuffers, too.

  • Cheers to the holidays

    Food & Wine Executive Wine Editor Ray Isle is back with red, white and sparkling picks at a variety of prices.

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    Claire Gartland, Director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center’s Consumer Privacy Project, on whether there are steps you can take to safeguard your messages.

  • On the Money 3

    We ask Consumerist’s Mary Beth Quirk if the savings you get from joining retail memberships are worth the price of admission.

  • On the Money 2

    Selections from the Red Rooster restaurant kitchen, which celebrates “southern comfort food “ with globally-influenced dishes. Restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson shares his unique background and recipe for success.

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    CNBC reporter Courtney Reagan asks kids why the Hatchimal is a “must-have”, and the surprising way they found out about it.

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    We ask Jerry Storch, former Toys “R” Us CEO and current CEO of Hudson’s Bay, parent company of Saks and Lord and Taylor, to help us navigate the new retail landscape.

  • On the Money 2

    Should you change your fund strategy from stocks to bonds? Will higher rates hit your credit cards and auto loans? We have the moves you should be making now with your money. With Bob Doll, Nuveen Asset Management.

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    Vera Gibbons, consumer analyst, on when you can get the most for your money this holiday season. Should you hit the stores on Black Friday or go online Cyber Monday? Or do procrastinators actually come out ahead? We’ll tell you how to get the biggest bang for your buck.

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    Stacy Brown was a single stay-at-home mom and self-proclaimed chicken salad connoisseur in Alabama. She needed a job, so she perfected a chicken salad recipe in her own kitchen and began selling it door-to-door. Today, “Chicken Salad Chick” is one of the fastest growing companies in the country. Reporter Kate Rogers shares Brown’s recipe for success.

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    Would you trade personal medical details to save money on your health care benefits? With Dania Palanker, Georgetown, and James Gelfand, Erisa Industry Committee.

  • On the Money 2

    According to Michigan State University’s Food Fraud Initiative, food fraud costs consumers $30 to $40 billion dollars a year. How can you find out if your food is safe? And what is the FDA and USDA doing about it? With Dr. John Spink, Michigan State University.

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    Avani Ramnani, Francis Financial Wealth Management Director, has tips on how to balance risk and caution for both genders.

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