Shyp Co-Founder & CEO Kevin Gibbon on his cheap mobile return shipping service and how it works.
Consumer analyst Andrea Woroch on how consumers can decide if Amazon Prime is worth the cost.
CouponSherpa.com online shopping expert Kendal Perez on the prices at Amazon versus those at Wal-Mart.
Goodwater Capital co-founder Eric Kim on what to expect from technology in the year ahead.
Monetate CEO Lucinda Duncalfe discusses how good marketing gets people to spending online.
FBN’s Charles Payne on Favoire founder Cassandra Pare.
LivingSocial CEO Gautam Thakar on the company’s layoffs and some of its unique recent deals.
FBN’s Charles Payne, retail analyst Hitha Herzog and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the outlook for Fleetcor Technologies.
Gilt Chairman and Founder Kevin Ryan explains the e-commerce market and the mobile shopping industry.
FBN’s Cheryl Casone breaks down a survey about Americans and holiday shopping.
Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham on how to protect your holiday packages from doorstep thieves.
Security Expert Brian Finch discusses Sony’s hack attack and explains how retailers and consumers can prepare for a security breach.
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Author Deirdre Imus and FNC’s Lis Wiehl discuss whether it’s a good idea to close NYC public schools for two Muslim holidays, Hillary Clinton’s e-mail controversy, and Senator Lindsey Graham’s claims to have never sent an e-mail.
ID.Me Director of Product Management Justin Belmont and Admittedly CEO Jess Davidoff discusss where their businesses stand today.
WSJ’s Laura Stevens on UPS new integrated delivery system to find the most efficient routes.
Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management CIO Mary Ann Bartels and Wells Fargo Senior Economist Mark Vitner break down the January jobs report.
Monster Worldwide Senior V.P. Joanie Courtney, Independent Women’s Forum’s Hadley Heath Manning and FBN’s Neil Cavuto on what the government can learn from the private sector to boost the economy.
FBN’s Jo Ling Kent on Alibaba’s shares, fake goods and the Chinese economy.
Alibaba Executive Vice Chairman Joe Tsai weighs in on company earnings, how the company will combat the China government counterfeit controversy, and his reaction to Yahoo spinning off its stake in the company.