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  • Terry Lundgren, chairman, president & CEO of Macy's.

    Macy's CEO Terry Lundgren acknowledged that millennials are chasing after experiences rather than goods, but said that is not a bad thing.

  • Funding youth sports: DKS CEO

    Ed Stack, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, discusses how budget cuts is impacting sports programs in schools and what his company is doing to try and gap the shortfall. Also, Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO, Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO, weigh in on the future of retail.

  • Wal-Mart warning signals

    Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO; Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO; and Ed Stack, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, discuss Wal-Mart, consumer spending, the jobs picture and how technology is changing the retail experience.

  • What younger consumers want: Gilt Groupe CEO

    It's about making an authentic connection, says Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO, weighing in on what millennials want from their shopping connection.

  • Keeping up with consumers

    Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO; Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO; and Ed Stack, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, discuss the changing retail landscape and upcoming holiday shopping season.

  • Sporting goods sweet spot: DKS CEO

    Ed Stack, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, discusses the changes he sees in the way sporting goods are sold.

  • Strong dollar hurts retailers: Macy's CEO

    Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO, and Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO, discuss how the strong U.S. dollar is impacting the retail sector and weigh in on consumer spending projections and e-commerce growth.

  • Retailers rethinking experiences for millennials

    Terry Lundgren, Macy's chairman & CEO; Michelle Peluso, Gilt Groupe CEO; and Ed Stack, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO, discuss how to sell to experience-oriented millennials.

  • 'Squawk Box's': Steve Liesman celebrates 13 years

    Highlights of some of some of Steve Liesman's many moments on "Squawk Box.'

  • 'Squawk Box': The crisis years

    The "Squawk Box" crew talk about reporting on some of the market's most difficult moments.

  • 'Kahuna' and 'The 'Brain'.... where it all began

    "Squawk Box" originals Joe Kernen and David Faber reminisce about some of their favorite moments on the show.

  • 'Squawk Box': The early year

    Former and present "Squawk Box" crew members talk about the origins of the show.

  • Amazon as a value play: Bill Miller

    Amazon has no competition as far as the eye can see, says Bill Miller, LMM chairman, sharing his case for the e-commerce retailer. And Brian Rogers, T. Rowe Price chairman & CIO, weighs in. Also Rogersa look at an easy way to win on Lowe's and Emerson.

  • Bill Miller's top picks

    Bill Miller, LMM chairman & CIO, shares his top stock picks, and investment strategy. And Brian Rogers, T. Rowe Price chairman, says Time Warner is a great buy now.

  • Lot of ways to win on DuPont: Brian Rogers

    Brian Rogers, T. Rowe Price chairman & CIO, discusses why he is positive on DuPont's future. And Bill Miller, LMM chairman & CIO, suspects they will break up DuPont.

  • Profitability in airline's future: Bill Miller

    Bill Miller, LMM chairman & CIO, shares his play on the long-term outlook for airlines. And Brian Rogers, T. Rowe Price chairman, explains how a strong consumer will likely boost profits for the industry.

  • Why Fed had to take low-rate policy: Pros

    Bill Miller, LMM chairman & CIO, and Brian Rogers, T. Rowe Price chairman & CIO, weigh in on how the Fed's low-rate policy has impacted the markets, economy, and housing.

  • Cheap capital boosts M&A boon: Brian Rogers

    Brian Rogers, T. Rowe Price chairman & CIO, and Bill Miller, LMM chairman & CIO, discuss what's driving the markets now.

  • Best case scenario for stocks

    Bill Miller, LMM chairman & CIO, and Brian Rogers, T. Rowe Price chairman & CIO, share their thoughts on some of the biggest challenges ahead for the markets and money.

  • Face of TV 'almost too good': Barry Diller

    David Zaslav, Discovery Communications CEO; Barry Diller, IAC/InterActiveCorp and Expedia, Inc. Chairman and Senior Executive; and Les Moonves, CBS chairman & CEO, weigh in on the relationship between content and distribution providers

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