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Longer promotional periods are making it harder to compare Black Friday and Cyber Monday with years past, said analysts.
Smartphone-assisted shopping is changing the way consumers and companies tackle the Black Friday weekend, analysts told CNBC on Monday.
Expect the stock market to continue to rise next year, with North America driving growth for the next 15 years, Brian Belski said.
The companies that emerge from Hewlett-Packard's split will be leaner as HP goes through every line item and examines every cost, Meg Whitman says.
Don't fret over weak data points because the U.S. economy is resilient, strategist Tom Lee said. Here's where he'd put his money to work.
After a sizable jump in application volume two weeks ago, last week was payback time in the mortgage market.
Hudson's Bay purchased the Saks chain for $2.9 billion last year, far less than the $3.7 billion valuation of its flagship store.
While not exciting, the report shows "seasonally adjusted home prices are still growing," economist Robert Shiller says.
Markets will likely move higher as monetary policy pumps up stocks, but there's greater risk heading into 2015, said Jeff Kleintop.
Snow is coming, ski conditions are "fantastic" and the outlook is bright for Vail Resorts, its CEO told CNBC Friday.
CEO Richard Plepler says HBO isn't hastening the demise of cable bundling by offering its content via a standalone streaming service.
Liberty Media Chairman John Malone talks net neutrality, paying for Internet capacity and antitrust in the cable industry.
A sale of parts of Halliburton's business to appease regulators could be a game-changer for smaller oilfield services companies, analysts say.
Halliburton bought Baker Hughes to be a bigger, stronger integrated company to compete in the marketplace, said CEO Dave Lesar.
Strong corporate earnings coupled with decent revenue growth will lift stocks in 2015, Citi's Tobias Levkovich says.
Though the low-cost airline made its public debut on Friday, its rivals still appear more attractive, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
The policy of an "open Internet" would hurt innovation, consumer experience, jobs and the economy, says Cisco CEO John Chambers.
The craft beer movement is great for the beer business overall, Anheuser-Busch InBev CEO Carlos Brito told CNBC on Thursday.
The remainder of the year will exceed expectations, as the stock market rips higher, strategist Tom Lee says.
JPMorgan's $13 billion settlement was a major disappointment for a few reasons, whistleblower Alayne Fleischmann says.
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