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How to Get the Best Deals on Cyber Monday

On Cyber Monday, U.S. consumers are expected to empty their wallets of more than $1 billion, Merchants are offering some of their best deals, and it's time to take advantage. Here are a few strategies that should help you land the lowest prices.

Luxury Biz on Edge After Japan's Earthquake

The Japanese are the world's most voracious consumers of luxury goods, from Louis Vuitton handbags to Cartier jewelry to Hermes high fashion. So purveyors of those luxury goods are justifiably worried about the effect of the Japanese earthquake and tsunami on their bottom lines.

Beer-Budget Gifts from High-End Brands

Recognizing that even the well-heeled have money problems these days and trying to expand their customer base, many luxury-goods sellers now have something for (almost) everyone. Here's a rundown of some less-pricey goodies you can get at the toniest shops in town.

D.C. Power Couple Tells Solar Confab How to Pitch to GOP

Republicans can be friendly to solar energy -- just don't use the terms "recovery act" or "stimulus package" when lobbying them for government subsidies. That was the message from GOP political adviser Mary Matalin at the largest solar conference in the country on Thursday.

Face-Off on Stocks: Tiffany, Coach and Polo Ralph Lauren

Luxury retailers tend to be early cycle stocks: They move in advance of other sectors. Shares in Tiffany, Coach and Polo Ralph Lauren have been been crushing the broader market for a while. But will they continue? Do their stocks make good buys? Watch Face-Off.

How a Starcraft Pro Lives Off the Game

Geoff "iNcontrol" Robinson is one of America's top pro-athletes. His game -- Starcraft. His earnings playing the popular video game and, more significantly, coaching other gamers give him a lifestyle he loves.

Weekly Preview: What to Watch for in Earnings

After the crunch of quarterly reports over the past two weeks, things will be fairly quiet on the earnings front Monday, with Loews and Vulcan Materials the key names reporting. But the crush resumes Tuesday, with reports from Coach, MasterCard, Molson Coors, Pfizer and Parker Hannifin.

Coach Should Get a Boost from Asia, Cheaper Lines

Investors will get a peek at the prospects for a luxury market comeback if Coach meets analysts' expectations for a strong holiday when it reports its second fiscal quarter earnings Wednesday morning.