CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on strong sales from autos, including Ford's strong U.S. sales, Nissan reporting an increase of 18 percent and General Motors' better-than-expected sales.» Read More
The auto sector hasn't seen sales numbers like these since the 2008 "meltdown," says Bob Lutz, former General Motors vice chairman, providing his outlook for automakers.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau talks with Kurt McNeil, General Motors v.p. of sales, about the automaker's sales numbers and momentum heading into the second half of the year.
Sharif Sakr, senior European editor at Engadget, describes Blackberry's quarterly results as "more than bad", due to disappointing sales of its new Blackberry 10 device.
You will see more sellers listing their homes as prices increase and buyers look to get in fast before rates rise, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.
Daniel Ives, senior analyst at FBR Capital Markets, comments on Oracle's disappointing sales, its transition to Cloud and other company-specific issues.
Loo Wee Teck, international head of consumer electronics at Euromonitor, says sales of the Samsung S4 phone are disappointing and adds that Sony is "coming back very strong" with its smartphones.
Investors have been instrumental in the housing recovery. CNBC's Diana Olick reports on the rate of home price appreciation.
JC Penney has launched a new home shop collection, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan; former CEO Ron Johnson created the concept. Jan Kniffen, Worldwide Enterprises CEO, and Charles Grom, Sterne Agee, discuss.
Mike Jackson, AutoNation chairman & CEO, reveals his company's latest sales numbers which increased by eleven percent in May, while the industry posted sales of just seven percent. "The auto recovery continues, driven by replacement need and exciting new products," Jackson added.
Tesla stock closed down in today's trading session by about 5 percent ahead of its annual shareholder meeting. Cole Wilcox, Long Board Asset Management, and CNBC Contributor Zach Karabell, discuss.
United is now offering subscriptions to lock in a rate for airline perks, and the pick-up truck market is "red hot" right now, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
Auto sales and news that Ford is recalling 465,000 2013 models for fuel tank problems, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau speaks to Jim Farley, Ford Motor EVP, about what's driving strong pickup truck sales.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on better than expected auto sales data, including a surge in pick up truck sales.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau discusses what's driving General Motors better-than-expected sales, with Kurt McNeil, General Motors vice president of sales.
The U.S. eased sanctions on the sale of communication devices to Iranian citizens, reports CNBC's Michelle Caruso-Cabrera. Nathan Carleton, United Against Nuclear Iran, weighs in.
Discussing the typical consumer, and what concerns he's hearing about for the new health care law, with Steven Tanger, President and CEO of Tanger Factory Outlet Centers.
Brian Nagel, senior equity research analyst at Oppenheimer, says Tiffany's quarterly results should be "weakfish" but underlines that underlying indicators are getting better.
Seijiro Takeshita, director at Mizuho International, discusses Toyota's quarterly results which benefited from weaker yen and highlights strong sales in south-east Asia and the United States.
CNBC's Simon Hobbs speaks to Norwegian Cruise CEO Kevin Sheehan about better than expected Q1 profit, and how he plans to keep profit moving forward.