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Belus Capital Advisors CEO & Chief Equities Strategist Brian Sozzi explains why retail stores are charging more for cheaper products.
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Crocs CFO Jeff Lasher on the company’s line of shoes and restructuring.
Barnes & Noble CEO Mike Huseby on the decision to split the company’s retail and Nook business.
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Gilt chairman Kevin Ryan on the state of business in the e-commerce retail sector.
Oscar De La Renta CEO Alex Bolen and Departures Magazine senior VP Steven DeLuca on the luxury retail market.
Rodan+Fields co-founders Dr. Katie Rodan and Dr. Kathy Fields on the success of Proactiv and their new venture.
Center for Science in the Public Interest’s Caroline Smith DeWaal on the beef and hummus recalls.
Cannabis Therapy Corp. CEO Soren Mogelsvang and Heritage Capital president Paul Schatz discuss the medical marijuana market.
Money Map Press Michael Robinson explains why Apple and Tesla shares are a good buy.
NPD Group Chief Industry Analyst Marshall Cohen weighs in on Black Friday sales, retail winners and different ways to track sales.
LottoLotto founder Brett Jacobsen explains how his app helps you see if your lotto ticket is a winner.
Consumer Reports Finance and Food Editor Mandy Walker on the benefits of outlet stores over traditional malls.
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Wall Street Journal reporter Telis Demos on Amazon reportedly opening its first brick-and-mortar store in NYC.