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While many other retailers post disappointing earnings, Walmart managed to report a better-than-expected quarter. Courtney Reagan reports on why the retailer is thriving in a challenging environment.
When an expert opinion changes on what a piece of artwork is worth, it could mean millions of dollars. Andrea Day reports.
Even though medicinal marijuana use is now legal in more than half of the US, there are concerns that the Trump administration may put up roadblocks for further legalization. Kate Rogers reports.
Meg Tirrell reports on companies that are working on what could be promising new cancer treatments.
Bob Pisani reports on today’s market selloff.
Dow component Cisco issued a sales warning and also said its planning additional job cuts. Seema Mody reports.
It’s the biggest sales week of the year for auction houses in New York, and Robert Frank has the details of what sold on the auction block.
Aditi Roy reports on the labor shortage issues facing the cyber security industry.
Steve Liesman reports how American households are taking on a record level of debt.
While many retailers are struggling to top analysts’ expectations, Home Depot blew past same-store estimates in the latest quarter. Courtney Reagan reports.
Phil LeBeau reports on Ford’s move to cut 10% of its global workforce.
Diana Olick reports on why millennials are having a difficult time finding a starter home.
Julia Boorstin reports on why home rental company Airbnb took the top spot on CNBC’s Disruptor 50 list.
Diana Olick reports on the the rise in home remodeling as competition in the housing market remains fierce.
Bob Pisani reports on the strength of stocks as markets see considerable rotation among sector leaders.