Wall Street Journal Reporter Daisuke Wakabayashi on the surge in customers using Apple Pay.
Earnings HQ: FBN’s Adam Shapiro breaks down EBAY ’s fourth-quarter earnings report.
Claman on Call: FBN’s Cheryl Casone with an after-hours web exclusive on the overseas markets, eBay ’s fourth-quarter results and the latest from Davos.
Former Bain Capital Partner Ed Conard discusses how the U.S. can reign supreme in job growth and entrepreneurialism.
Twice CEO Noah Ready-Campbell on building a business in the secondhand-clothing marketplace.
Crittercism CEO Andrew Levy on developing a mobile app that helps manage app performance
ClassicCars.com CEO Roger Falcione on the website’s partnership with eBay .
Retail sales down 0.9% in December
3D Systems CEO Avi Reichental on new 3D printing products.
MAXfunds.com co-founder Jonas Max Ferris and FBN’s Neil Cavuto, Liz MacDonald and Tracy Byrnes on Hollywood’s numerous sequels in the works, General Motors’ focus on new gadgets and the wearable technology trend.
Cumberland Advisors CIO David Kotok and Stifel Nicolaus Portfolio Manager Chad Morganlander discuss the retail sector, consumer discretionary, the energy sector and Internet retailers.
FBN’s Lauren Simonetti on the auction price of the ‘Miami Vice’ Ferrari Testarossa
Retail expert Eric Schiffer on the holiday shopping season.
SHYP CEO Kevin Gibbon weighs in on his on-demand shipping and packaging business.
A flood of earnings, Box finally goes public and President Obama pushes for tougher cybercrime penalties in his SOTU speech – this is your tech rewind of the week.
SAP CEO Bill McDermott breaks down how cloud computing has impacted the company’s bottom line.
FBN’s Charles Payne, Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney and Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes on the companies mentioned by President Obama in the State of the Union.
FBN’s Charles Payne on what American Express’ fourth-quarter results reveal about the state of the U.S. economy.
Wall Street Journal Reporter David Benoit on billionaire investor Carl Icahn’s plans for Gannett and eBay .
eBay cuts jobs after weak holiday sales