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  • 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.

  • Power House: Chicago market

    A look at three apartment listings in the Chicago area, with Millie Rosenbloom, Baird & Warner realtor.

  • Home ownership years away for a lot of millennials: Pro

    Jed Kolko, Trulia chief economist and VP of analytics, discusses current housing statistics that are lagging behind.

  • HSN: Retailer-consumer relationship must be seamless

    The consumer is feeling better, but it's not unbridled optimism, explains HSN, Inc. CEO Mindy Grossman. She discusses what contributed to a successful holiday season.

  • Auto sales outlook for 2015

    Arndt Ellinghorst, senior managing director and head of automotive research at ISI Group, says that short-term fluctuations in oil prices don't have much impact on demand for autos.

  • Retail standouts: Target, O'Reilly & Staples

    CNBC's Dominic Chu looks at the retail sector to find winning stocks.

  • Apple dominated Christmas: Flurry

    New data shows Apple was a smartphone winner this holiday season. "Fast Money" traders Dr. J, Paul Hickey and Brian Kelly, discuss how they'd play the name.

  • Two pros disagree on Amazon

    Colin Sebastian, Robert W. Baird, sees an opportunity in Amazon, while James Ramelli, Keene on the Market, doesn't.

  • 10 Million new Amazon Prime members

    Amazon's Prime membership helped many customers deliver presents over the holidays. CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports on some of the most popular toys this season.

  • Cohen: Sears loses this season

    Mark Cohen, Former Sears Canada CEO, weighs in on the winning and losing retail companies this holiday season.

  • Apple's worst-case scenario: Analyst

    Steve Milunovich, UBS, discusses Apple's exposure to Russia and emerging markets.

  • Will US demand for new cars continue?

    Karl Brauer, Senior Analyst at Kelley Blue Book, believes increased confidence in the economy and lower unemployment are boosting November auto sales.