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Brendan Hoffman, Bon-Ton CEO, reveals how his company is attracting consumers this shortened holiday season. Our website is our fastest growing channel, says Hoffman.
Steve Sadove,Saks former chairman & CEO, provides an inside look at this holiday shopping season. People are clearly moving to the internet, says Sadove.
CNBC's Steve Liesman reveals the latest results from CNBC's All America Economic Survey which shows contradictions in consumer spending habits.
Scott Ernest, Cessna chairman & CEO, and Kenny Dichter, Wheels Up founder & CEO, discuss their partnership which will add up to 150 jets to Cessna's fleet by 2020, as demand for private jets increases.
Jason Pride, Glenmede, and Nariman Behravesh, IHS, discuss the outlook on the economy and markets next year. The Fed will likely begin to taper "no later than January," Behravesh says.
CNBC's Ross Westgate reports on all the market moving events from Europe, as taper concerns linger among investors.
Ireland has become the first country to exit the international bailout program, reports CNBC's Julia Chatterley.
Will Hilton pop on its market debut? Feelings about the stock are mixed, but it has a lot of things going for it.
CNBC's Jim Cramer explains why Washington is less of an issue for the markets than the upcoming earning season.
Pam Quintiliano, SunTrust analyst, shares her thoughts on Lululemon's third quarter earnings beat and fourth quarter outlook.
Quirky CEO Ben Kaufman explains how his company is able to use crowdsourcing to produce new products, saying the website has things no one has seen before because "they were just invented."
Joel Naroff, Naroff Economic Advisors president & chief economist, explains why he thinks the economy "has a lot of momentum" and is apt to accelerate next year. Naroff also weighs in on the increase in jobless claims, and when the Fed is likely to begin tapering.
Irwin Simon, chief executive of natural and organic foods company Hain Celestial, explained to CNBC why the prospect of weekend snow is good for his business.
Martin Franklin, executive chairman of Jarden, provides a look at the consumer-led recovery.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on unemployment, retail sales and import prices. CNBC's Steve Liesman takes a deeper look at retail sales, which were up 0.7 percent in November.
Tom Naratil, UBS CFO, explains how the Federal approval of the Volcker Rule is likely to impact the financial sector. Naratil says his company actually adopted some of the changes a few years early.
Something is going on between Apple and China Mobile. CNBC's Eunice Yoon reveals what she found out about iPhone 5s and 5c pre-orders in China.
Michael Dell, Dell chairman & CEO, explains why he thinks the market for laptop and desktop computers remains strong. The demand for PCs is up double-digit, Dell says.
JJ Kinahan, TD Ameritrade, provides perspective on how the markets may react to today's retail sales numbers and why he is watching auto sales. This is actually a big time of year for people to buy cars, says Kinahan.
House Budget Committee Chairman Rep. Paul Ryan, (R-WI), discusses whether the proposed budget agreement will pass both Houses, and whether Sen. Patty Murray "got the best of him."
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