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  • General Motors VP: We are going remain disciplined

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau and Kurt McNeil, General Motors, discuss the impact of the shutdown on the automaker and why sales dropped on the Chevy Volt.

  • Yum blames the chicken

    Yum Brands admits sales have been disappointing and blames the issue on chicken suppliers. The company is banking on renewed marketing to drive profitable sales growth.

  • Tesco and Sainsbury's are 'losing grounds': Pro

    Rahul Sharma, founder and managing director at NEEV Capital, comments on sales results from Tesco and Sainsbury's and explains how they are underperforming the broader sector.

  • GM sales vp: An 'unusual' month

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau is joined by Kurt NcNeil, General Motors vp of sales to discuss the results of the automaker's September sales, which were down 11 percent overall.

  • H&M having a 'very good third quarter': CFO

    Jyrki Tervonen, CFO at H&M, comments on the company's strong third quarter, how it remains a "small player" in China and therefore has "huge potential" there, and on the group's online strategy.

  • August new home sales struggle

    CNBC's Diana Olick reports new home sales in August were about 8 percent higher from July, but still the second lowest rate of the year.

  • Auto sales driven by 'genuine demand': Lutz

    New cars are selling at their fastest pace in more than 5 years. Bob Lutz, Former GM Vice Chairman, shares his opinions on how long the momentum will continue. "It's only going to get better," he says.

  • JC Penney coming back?

    Martha Stewart Living says it has "no intention of ending" its partnership with JC Penney, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan. Jan Kniffen of J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide is "convinced sales will be positive in Q4."

  • Why is luxury auto hot?

    A lot more advertising is trying to win over buyers in the luxury auto market, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau. There are also aggressive lease sales being offered.

  • Today's rally fueled by red hot auto sales

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau breaks down better than expected auto sales.

  • August auto sales rate: 16.09 million

    The monthly sales pace for August is 16.09 million vehicles, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • Auto sales better than expected

    Mercedes is reporting an increase in August sales by 20.5 percent, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau. Tammy Darvish, DARCARS Automotive Group, and Scott Adams, Adams Automotive Group, discuss the performance in August by automakers.

  • Auto sales pace expected to top 16 million

    Pick-up trucks continue to be a big driver for the "Big 3" auto manufacturers. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the auto industry is expected to continue to trend higher from here.

  • Power House: Boston real estate

    Gail Roberts, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage agent discusses the current real estate environment in the Boston area. This week's power house is listed for $2,285,000. "Buyers should expect more inventory this fall," says Roberts.

  • Ford ramping up production

    Ford is ramping up production for its Flat Rock assembly plant north of Detroit. CNBC's Phil LeBeau offers insight.

  • July pending home sales fell 1.3%

    Signed contracts to buy existing homes fell 1.3 percent in July month-to-month, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • McDonald's rolling out 'mighty wings'

    McDonald's is coming out with "mighty wings" on September 9 in an attempt to boost sluggish sales, reports CNBC's Josh Lipton. Burger King will also start offering a "french fry burger." Does innovation matter for stocks? Bob Derrington, Wunderlich Securities, provides perspective.

  • Signs of a housing slowdown

    Home prices in the top 10 and top 20 composites in June were up around 12 percent year over year, reports CNBC's Diana Olick.

  • Nissan wrestles with rising yen

    Japanese automaker Nissan is planning to get sales on track in 2014. CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the company's growth plan, which includes autonomous driven cars for delivery by 2020.

  • FDA considering online e-cig sales ban

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is giving a 12-month notice of his retirement, and the FDA is considering a ban on online sales of e-cigarettes. CNBC's John Carney and Simon Hobbs discuss.