Macy's will shutter 100 locations to focus on its best-performing stores, as it tries to reinvigorate its business.
CNBC's Jim Cramer likes what he sees retailers doing to take back their share of the market, and weighs in on Shake Shake's contentious call.
Libertarian Party presidential nominee Gary Johnson, says he is optimistic he will get to the 15-percent needed to be part of the presidential debate. Also Johnson talks about his party's platform, including tax reform, entitlement reform, and balancing the federal budget, which would include reducing military spending. And Johnson weighs in on his stance to legalize marijuana.
CNBC's Steve Liesman checks the facts and figures on Donald Trump's economic plan.
CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest data on unemployment and July's import, export prices. And Steve Liesman provides insight to the numbers.
Jack Gerard, American Petroleum Institute, talks about the need for competitive energy policies amid mounting regulations in the industry.
Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren talks about his departure from Macy's next year.
Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren, discusses Macy's quarterly beat, why the company is closing 100 stores and the future of retail.
CNBC's Courtney Reagan breaks down Macy's quarterly results which posted EPS of $0.54 (Adj.) on revenues of $5.866 billion.
Thomas Lee, Fundstrat Global Advisors, weighs in on what low bond yields indicate and why investors need to start thinking about growth trades.
Jon Reinish, Democratic strategist, and Betsy McCaughey (R) former NY Lt. Governor, weigh in on Donald Trump's economic proposal and tax plan.
Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate, defends comments he made that President Obama and Hillary Clinton were the "co-founders" of the terrorist group ISIS. I'm a truth-teller, says Trump. Also Trump talks about Hillary Clinton's emails controversy.
Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate, weighs in on the tremendous anger many Americans feel about not being able to buy homes. Trump also criticizes Hillary Clinton's record on rebuilding upstate New York.
Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, speaks to “Squawk Box” about his economic plan, his stance on trade and taxes, and clarifies his controversial comments about his feuds with the Khan family and opponent Hillary Clinton.
Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate defends his controversial comments about the Second Amendment and Hillary Clinton, and his feud with the family of fallen Muslim solider Humayuan Khan.
Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate, discuss his plans on eliminating tax loopholes.
This is the time to borrow, says Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate, discussing his plan to take advantage of historically low interest rates. Our infrastructure is in terrible shape, says Trump.
Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate, defends his economic plan and discusses his proposals on trade.
Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate, discusses the cost of his economic plan and its potential impact on growth. Also Trump discusses why he thinks China is taking economic advantage of the U.S.
Donald Trump, Republican presidential candidate, discusses his tax plan and what kind of deficit to expect if his plan is put into place. Also Trump shares his thoughts on competition with Mexico.
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