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Starbucks launches high-end coffee shop

United Advisors’ Scott Martin and Capitalistpig Hedge Fund’s Jonathan Hoenig weigh in on Amazon’s new product line and Starbucks’ high-end coffee shop.

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  1. Procter & Gamble reportedly selling half its consumer brands

    Branding expert Karen Post on reports Procter & Gamble is planning to shed half of its numerous brands.

  2. Stocks you should watch

    Gabelli Asset Fund associate portfolio manager Kevin Dreyer and UBS U.S. equity and derivatives strategist Julian Emanuel give tips for investing in today’s market.

  3. Orbitz CEO: Hotels really the big strategic focus

    Orbitz CEO Barney Harford on the company’s growth.

  4. Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf on low rates

    Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf weighs in on low interest rates and whether it’s hard to make money in this environment.

  5. Post to Buy Michael Foods for $2.45B

    Post Holdings (NYSE:POST) said Thursday it agreed to buy eggs and dairy producer Michael Foods for $2.45 billion, as the cereal maker looks to expand its breakfast p...

  6. GE Logs Mixed 1Q Results

    General Electric (NYSE:GE) reported weaker earnings and revenue for the first quarter, but the conglomerate's bottom line still topped estimates amid strong results ...

  7. Wal-Mart’s organic push

    Supermarket Guru founder Phil Lempert on Wal-Mart’s push into the organic food market.

  8. Citigroup To Pay $1.3 Billion To Settle Mortgage Claims

    Citigroup Inc. announced on Monday it will settle $1.13 billion in claims stemming from mortgage securities it sold during the financial crisis. The firm will pay 18...

  9. Citi Downgraded To Neutral By Sterne Agee

    Citigroup Inc. was downgraded to neutral from buy by analysts at Sterne Agee on Thursday. Analysts downgraded the bank after its recent Federal Reserve capital plan ...

  10. BofA Reaches $9.5B Mortgage Settlement

    Bank of America (NYSE:BAC) inked a $9.5 billion settlement on Wednesday with the Federal Housing Finance Agency to resolve all of the bank's residential mortgage-bac...

  11. M&A pickup among U.S. conglomerates may be undercut by prices

    When United Technologies Corp paid more than $16 billion to buy plane parts-maker Goodrich Corp about two years ago, the U.S. conglomerate's biggest-ever takeover ra...

  12. GE North American Retail Finance Arm Files for IPO

    General Electric (NYSE:GE) said Thursday it filed for an initial public offering of its North American retail finance unit, moving forward with plans to reshape the ...

  1. Black Friday retail winners and losers

    Strategic Resource Group’s Burt Flickinger on the Black Friday retail winners and losers.

  2. Generac looks to make bank on old man winter

    Generac CEO Aaron Jagdfeld explains the demand for generators and sales.

  3. Levi’s goes back to the basics

    Levi Strauss & Co. CEO Chip Bergh discusses the insight behind the company’s new strategy to re-connect with consumers.

  4. Giuliana Rancic creates new ‘no waste’ wine brand

    E! News Anchor Giuliana Rancic on her innovative wine brand XO, G.

  5. Demise of the supermarket?

    SupermarketGuru.com Editor-in-Chief Phil Lempert on the growing competition facing traditional supermarkets.

  6. Whole Foods and Starbucks out of favor now?

    A&G Capital CIO Hilary Kramer, small business expert Susan Solovic, FBN’s Charles Payne, retail analyst Hitha Prabhakar, Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes on concerns about the outlook for Whole Foods and Starbucks and the alternative stocks for investors.

  7. Target store earnings: Winning or losing?

    Brian Sozzi, CEO and chief equities strategist at Belus Capital Advisors, weighs in on Target’s stock and on the retailer cutting its full-year earnings forecast.

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