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Target CEO: We're growing traffic, a bit ahead

Target Chairman and CEO Brian Cornell, discusses the early stages of "transforming the company," after releasing quarterly results.

A customer browses vehicles at the Mercedes-Benz of San Francisco in San Francisco.

Steve Cannon, Mercedes-Benz USA CEO, discusses strengths within his luxury car business and what to expect moving forward.

Social Media Video Round-up of Wednesday’s Paris Raids. See the action as it unfolded from those that were there.

Snapdeal CEO: We'll be India's largest e-commerce firm by March

Kunal Bahl, Snapdeal CEO, says the firm is gaining ground on competitor Flipkart, and is starting to reap benefits from its infrastructure and platform investments.

Man Wah CFO: I'm satisfied with earnings results

Wang Guisheng, CFO of Man Wah Holdings, discusses strong HY2016 profits and the outlook for its U.S. business growth.

VTB chair: Our FY target is to break even

Andrey Kostin, chairman of VTB Bank, explains how Russia's interest rates hike early this year weakened earnings at the bank.

Online vs offline: Where are customers buying?

The percentage of retail sales done online is still small but growing, says Neil Doshi, MD of internet and interactive entertainment and Americas research at Mizuho Securities USA.

DCANZ: Dairy prices to rise in 2016

Malcolm Bailey, chair of the Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand, discusses key issues, including price declines, farmers' costs and Fonterra.

WH threatens veto Fed Oversight Reform Act

CNBC's Steve Liesman reports that the White House has threatened to veto the Fed Oversight Reform Act.

US a nation of immigrants, but a nation of laws: Rep. Goodlatte

After the Paris attacks, Rep. Paul Ryan advises the U.S. pauses its refugee program. Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.), shares his views on immigration and changing the refugee program.

David Stockman on the next rate hike

Former OMB director David Stockman explains why he thinks the Fed will raise rates in December.

ANZ CEO bids farewell after 8 years at the hel

Mike Smith, CEO of ANZ, discusses his retirement, after spearheading the Australian bank's successful expansion into Asia.

Sanofi Pasteur: APEC is important to us

Oliver Chameil, president and CEO of Sanofi Pasteur, discusses the importance of its Asia Pacific business and its launch of the world's first dengue vaccine.

Blackberry is doing OK now: CEO

BlackBerry's adoption of the Android operating system was a key part of its turnaround strategy, says CEO John Chen.

We're focused on growth across Asia: AIA CEO

Mark Tucker, CEO of AIA, shares his bullishness on Asia, which he says still offers substantial opportunities due to factors such as demographics and urbanization.

Morgan Stanley's positive message for investors

Gokul Laroia, co-CEO for Asia Pacific at Morgan Stanley, says there are still real opportunities for investors, in spite of a looming Fed rate hike and slowing growth in China.

GE: Our key concern was the safety of French workers

John Rice, vice chairman at GE, discusses its employee and business safety amid global geopolitical risks, as well as GE's latest India deal.

How terrorists are using video game consoles

Lance James, chief scientist form Flashpoint Global Partners, discusses how terrorists could be using game systems like PlayStation 4 and other online messaging services to communicate.

Global terror & your portfolio

Paul Christopher, Wells Fargo Investment Institute, and Jack Ablin, BMO Private Bank, discuss how investors should approach the way they invest under the threat of global terror.

Here's how ISIS makes its money

It's been reported that ISIS makes around six million dollars a day. Much of this money comes from oil, pillaging, and donations from individuals. CNBC's Ted Kemp reports.

Tracking TPP's progress in Southeast Asia

The U.S.-ASEAN Business Council's goal is to encourage Southeast Asian leaders to embrace the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal, explains Alexander Feldman, the council's CEO.

Japan Q3 private consumption was solid: HSBC

Izumi Devalier, Japan economist at HSBC, identifies the strengths and weaknesses in Japan's Q3 GDP data.

The French Government's post-attack measures

CNBC's Hadley Gamble has the latest from France's strikes on Islamic State and tightened border controls.

France declares war against ISIS

CNBC's Hadley Gamble reports on the latest news following Friday's tragic terrorist attacks.

Paris attacks to heighten anti-immigration sentiment?

John Bussey, Wall Street Journal, discusses the immigration impact and potential growth of the nationalist right that could follow the fatal Paris attacks.

Indigenous terror threat larger than immigration threat: Expert

Lorenzo Vidino, George Washington University extremism expert, weighs in on how the Paris attacks could heighten xenophobic sentiment in Europe.

Super Bowl stadium tests new security system

CNBC's Dominic Chu reports on security system Qylur. Founder and CEO of Qylur Intelligent Systems Lisa Dolev, discusses the new breed of intelligent security machines.

Thailand's tourism numbers are good

Thailand tourism sector usually bounces back within a month of any setback, according to Chanin Donavanik, MD and CEO at Dusit International.

Putting China ADRs into EM index no indicator: MSCI

Including 14 Chinese ADRS in the key emerging markets index has no bearing on a broader decision about bringing in A-shares, says Sebastien Lieblich, MSCI's global head of index management research.

The $48.4M 'Blue Moon Diamond' breaks world record

One wealthy buyer coughed up $48.4 million to buy the rare 'Blue Moon Diamond' at a Sotheby's auction.

Xiaomi rakes in $200M on Singles' Day

The Chinese smartphone maker cashed in about $193 million in sales during the 24-hour period.