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  • Beer goggles, beer stocks?

    Should investors stay away from "big guy" beer companies, with Tom Mullarkey, Morningstar analyst, and Caroline Levy, CLSA analyst.

  • Edward Hopper $40.5 million painting

    Edward Hopper's painting "East Wind Over Weehawken" just sold for $40.5 million. CNBC's Robert Frank reports this is a new record for the artist.

  • 'Big beer' under pressure: Analyst

    Discussing whether the "big guy" beer companies make a good bet for investors, with Tom Mullarkey, Morningstar analyst, and Caroline Levy, CLSA analyst.

  • Favorite booze stocks

    CNBC's Dominic Chu reveals which booze stocks are faring well.

  • 'Kobe 9' shoe out in February

    Lebron James racked up $300 million in the shoe business in 2012. Can Kobe Bryant's new "Kobe 9" shoe succeed? CNBC's Jane Wells has the details.

  • Best oil refiner bets: Marathon, Valero & more

    Oil refiners like Marathon and Valero are up over the past month. Pavel Molchanov of Raymond James, says there is more room to the upside for some of these stocks.

  • America's best cities for jobs

    Ross Devol of the Milken Institute, digs into the unemployment rate of those without a high school education, and whether raising the minimum wage would discourage people from staying in school. Devol also shares the best cities for jobs.

  • Minimum wage controversy

    The minimum wage battle is heating up as tens of thousands of fast-food workers participated in a strike for a higher minimum wage. CNBC's Steve Liesman provides insight on minimum wage laws.

  • Economic growth showing signs of life: Pro

    How European equities stack up against U.S. equities, with Bruno Bertocci, UBS, and Tobias Levkovich, Citi. "Many European companies are expert oriented," says Bertocci.

  • Investing in whiskey

    Nicholas Pollacchi, The Whisky Dog & The Whisky Isle CEO, reveals which whisky could double in price over the next few years.

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