Published January 14, 2015
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As expected, Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan (search) raises short-term interest rates by a 1/4 point. Does that mean you should lock in your mortgage rate now? We'll get a fair and balanced debate from Preston Martin, former Federal Reserve vice chair, and Tom Donohue, CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
You may not have started thinking about your holiday shopping yet, but you may have noticed that retailers are trying to change that. Is it working? Are holiday shoppers off to an early start? We'll get insight from Scott Krugman of the National Retail Federation and retail consultant Faith Hope Consolo.
They sell over 45,000 homes a year in the U.S., but do they see any slowdown in the housing market? We'll ask Donald Tomnitz, CEO of D.R. Horton.
Is Cisco Systems' John Chambers confident about the future? We'll ask him why he purchased $3 billion worth of his company's stock.
With temperatures falling across the country and reports of early snowfall will ski resorts soon be seeing a lot of green? Dan Jarvis, CEO of Intrawest's Travel and Leisure Group, weighs in.
Just when you thought Las Vegas couldn't get any bigger, James Murren, president and CFO of MGM-Mirage, joins us to share his plans for a mini-city on the Vegas Strip.
Plus, Big Bird celebrates a big birthday: 35-years-old and still running strong. We'll find out the secret of "Sesame Street's" success from actress and author Sonia Manzano.
And, naughty or nice? We get the hot stocks that could pay off some cool cash by Christmas from Patricia Powell, president of the Powell Financial Group; Scott Bleier, president of Hybrid Investors, and Gary B. Smith, columnist for RealMoney.com.
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