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'Romney disgusts me' for the way he's now cozying up to Trump, billionaire Ken Langone says

"Where's the self-respect?" asked GOP supporter Ken Langone, adding Mitt Romney should be "ashamed" of courting the president-elect for the State post.


Langone to Trump: It's great to honor job-saving promises, but the US is a free economy

Republican billionaire businessman Ken Langone tells CNBC that Donald Trump shouldn't make a habit of pressuring companies to keep jobs in the U.S.


Cramer's lightning round: The stock to buy when the Trump rally fizzles

Jim Cramer rattles off his take on caller favorite stocks, including this stock that is ready for the hold and homework technique.


Why Home Depot's CFO gets out of bed paranoid every day

Carol Tomè gets up every morning ready to fight the competition.


Unusual activity: CSX & HD

"Fast Money Halftime Report" traders Jon and Pete Najarian discuss unusual options activity in CSX Corp. and Home Depot.


Is the retail trade over? 8 plays

The "Fast Money" traders give you 8 ways to play a weak retail market heading into the holidays.


Wal-Mart, Best Buy winners as holiday shopping season kicks off

Nov 28- Wal-Mart, Target and Best Buy- and, unsurprisingly, were early winners as shoppers kicked off the holiday shopping season by splurging on electronics such as ultra-HD TVs and gaming consoles including Sony's PlayStation 4, analysts said. Store traffic over the holiday shopping weekend was about 2 percent higher compared last year, the...

Source: Reuters

Home Depot's CFO reveals a changing psyche of homeowners

Home Depot's CFO Carol Tome said that "as home prices appreciate, something happens with the home owner."


Home Depot’s CFO reveals a changing psyche of home owners

Jim Cramer spoke with Home Depot's CFO Carol Tome, who explains why homeowners tend to invest more when they appreciate.


Home Depot wants to grab a bigger chunk of Black Friday shoppers' spending

Home Depot is putting a greater emphasis on the frenzied legion of Black Friday shoppers, who hit the streets each year ready to spend.