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Dominic Chu reports on why peak shopping season for golf retailers revolves around Father’s Day.
Courtney Reagan reports on what the Amazon Whole Foods deal means for Walmart.
This week’s Market Monitor Hank Smith discusses his stock picks of the moment.
Phil LeBeau reports on the future of facial recognition technology in air travel.
Sara Eisen reports on why Amazon’s deal to buy whole sent grocer stocks tumbling.
Michelle Caruso Cabrera reports on Trump’s new policy towards Cuba.
Bob Pisani reports on the two big issues that are weighing on the markets.
The latest survey of builder sentiment shows that the industry is not as optimistic about its business outlook as it has been. Diana Olick reports.
Meg Tirrell spoke with some of the nation’s health care CEOs to get their thoughts on how drug pricing could change under the new administration.
Sara Eisen reports on Nike’s announcement that it will cut jobs, as it revamps operations.
Aditi Roy reports on the President’s plan to expand the federally-funded apprenticeship program, which is used in a range of industries.
Julia Boorstin reports on how technology is changing the arena experience.
Cybersecurity experts say the oil and gas infrastructure is a target of hackers, and if successful, could potentially disrupt production. Andrea Day reports.
Robert Frank reports that millionaires own 45% of the world’s wealth, and their share is growing.
Eunice Yoon reports that Anbang’s Chairman is stepping down following reports that he has been taken away by authorities.