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  • GM December Auto Sales Up 4.9% vs. 1.9% Est.

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau breaks down the automaker's better-than- expected sales beat, with Kurt McNeil, General Motors VP of U.S. sales.

  • Ford December US Sales Up 1.9% vs. 1.6% Est.

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the automaker's slightly improved sales numbers.

  • Brookstone CEO on the Latest Products

    Brookstone CEO Stephen Bebis discusses why consumers like his products, and displays some current hot products. "Our products improve your quality of life," he says.

  • McDonald's Cheddar Bacon Boost

    McDonald's posted better-than-expected November same-store sales, and its global comp sales are up 2.4 percent, with Rachael Rothman, Susquehanna Financial Group analyst.

  • Shrinking Chrysler

    Chrysler and Hyundai reported strong U.S auto sales in November, as the industry rebounded from a storm-ravaged October and benefiting from pent-up demand.

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US November Auto Sales Surge to 4.5-Year High

    America's appetite for new cars and trucks surged to a new high in November as auto sales ran at their fastest pace since early 2008.

  • Retail's Holiday Boost Still to Come?

    Many retailers are getting whacked after missing their monthly sales numbers. Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen Worldwide Enterprises, and CNBC's Herb Greenberg share their opinions.

  • Sandy's Impact on Same-Store Sales

    The early start of Black Friday wasn't enough to offset major retail sales weakness caused by super storm Sandy, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.

  • October Auto Sales Rate 14.29 Million

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on October auto sales numbers.

  • October Auto Sales

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau has a breakdown of October auto sales.

  • Clariant Reduces Full-Year Sales Forecast

    Patrick Jany, CFO at Clariant, explains to CNBC why the company cut its sales forecast for the full year, citing 'further softening' in Europe as the major reason.

  • 'Flipping Boston' on Housing

    A&E Networks' "Flipping Boston" stars Dave Seymour and Peter Souhleris, discuss flipping home strategies and the housing recovery.

  • Subsidizing Short-Sales

    According to LPL Applied Analytics, short sales surpassed foreclosures last spring. CNBC's Jane Wells reports a congressional committee estimates the tax-free debt forgiveness will cost close to $1 billion in lost revenue to the government. Jason Haber and CNBC's Rick Santelli, weigh in.

  • Is Housing Recovery for Real?

    CNBC's Diana Olick reports on various reports regarding the housing recovery, including a Fannie Mae survey that shows only 11 percent of Americans think home prices will fall further.

  • Auto Sales Rate: 14.96 Million Vehicles

    Auto data has calculated that the September sales rate was 14.96 million vehicles - the strongest third quarter for auto sales since 2007, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • Toyota Dealership

    After two years being a strong number two in auto sales in the U.S., Ford is finding its lead over Toyota dwindling.

  • RIM's Defensive Strategy Working: Fortt

    Shares of Research In Motion are soaring after its earnings announcement. CNBC's Jon Fortt says RIMM really needs to "wow" investors with its BlackBerry 10, and that its defensive strategy is working a lot better than people expected.

  • McDonald's Bet on the McRib

    According to AdAge, McDonald's will delay the release of its cult classic "McRib" sandwich until December to help boost sales. CNBC's Phil LeBeau, and Howard Penney, Hedgeye Risk Management, weigh in.

  • The auto industry delivered an encouraging sign of an improving economy with August auto sales coming in better than expected. 

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