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Sales

  • Record car dealership profits

    Vehicle sales are surging and auto dealers are cashing in. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on recalls slowing as dealership profits rise.

  • Intel's recent slump

    Intel warns first quarter revenue will be lower than expected. Doug Freedman, RBC Capital Markets, discusses if Intel has its investments in the right place to pull out of its slump.

  • Small biz optimism levels

    CNBC's Kate Rogers reports the outcome small businesses had to face after a snowy winter.

  • McDonald's February US comps down 4.0% vs. 0.7% est.

    I think the shares are going to remain range-bound, says Nicole Miller Regan, Pipper Jaffray, discussing her recent downgrade on McDonald's and providing her outlook on the stock.

  • Cadillac sales stall expected, not worrying: Lutz

    CNBC contributor and former GM VIce Chairman Bob Lutz, explains what's stalling Cadillac sales. Phil LeBeau, provides perspective.

  • Don't worry about sluggish US car sales: Pro

    Brian Sponheimer, auto & capital equipment analyst at Gabelli & Company, explains why he's not worried about slower-than-expected U.S. auto sales in February.

  • Consumer Reports announces top auto picks

    Consumer Report's is out with its annual top auto picks list. Jake Fisher, Consumer Reports, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau, discuss.

  • Tesla & Buick among top auto picks

    Consumer Report's is out with its annual top auto picks. Details, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • Analyst downgrades Wal-Mart after pay hike

    Barclays managing director Meredith Adler, discusses the downgrade by her firm of Wal-Mart shares.

  • Cramer: Wal-Mart CEO sunny & I liked him

    Wal-Mart CEO Doug McMillon will keep an eye on comp store sales to see if the wage increase is showing up in the business. Jim Cramer and David Faber, discuss.

  • Expanding auto industry good for Snap-On

    Discussing the changing automobile industry, and why the data is good for his business, with Nicholas T. Pinchuk, Snap-On President and CEO.

  • Lego building profits

    Lego N. American President Soren Torp Laursen, addresses where the recent sales growth at the company is coming from, and the cost of its toys.

  • Price of ports' pain

    Congestion at West Coast ports is estimated by Kurt Salmon to cost retailers as much as $7 billion this year, and $37 billion in 2016, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • Retailers brace for port fallout

    Some retailers have prepared contingency plans because of the ongoing port dispute. Susan Anderson, FBR vice president, provides insight.

  • MCD sales up in US, global comps slip

    R.J. Hottovy, Morningstar analyst, and Alan Murray, Fortune editor, weigh in on McDonald's sales numbers, brand image, and ongoing burger wars in fast casual dining. McDonald's needs a refocusing, says Murray.

  • Alibaba's drone delivery test

    CNBC's Eunice Yoon reports the Chinese government is very sensitive about flying objects. Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has partnered with a local courier service to experiment with drone deliveries.

  • Swatch CEO: SNB's move is a tourism disaster

    Nick Hayek Jr, CEO of Swatch Group, says the Swiss Franc is a "psychological problem" following the SNB's recent move.

  • New F-Series sales soar

    Ford is adding jobs, and General Motors is boosting its dividend, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • CNBC anchor takes a ride in Harley Davidson Street 750

    Harley Davidson has unveiled the Street 750 motorcycle, custom built for urban streets. CNBC's Oriel Morrison hops on for a ride.

  • How social selling works

    Tom Skotidas, Founder and Director of Skotidas, helps clients to connect on social networks and convert these relationships into revenue. Skotidas is said to be the world's first B2B social selling firm.