down to those single function fitness trackers, like the nike fuel bands, because it's much easier to design a stylish piece of technology that does one thing. cheryl: brian? >> i think you'll see tech companies partner with louis vuitton, celebrities to get out there and say -- cheryl: to make them pretty. >> these are amazingly awesome, but those fuel bands have sold over two million year to date, and now we're starting to see shops. i foond one in new york, stops starting to get intimate be, interesting, gets the consumer excited. cheryl: i got one more christmas. my favorite gift, actually. liz claman's going to be at ces next week, what are you expecting? one blockbuster thing -- >> wearables, definitely. they''e going to explode. you're going to see companies big and small come out with wearables. i don't think there's going to be any big slash shi ones because they'll debut at their own events, or k-tv is going to get -- 4k-tv, and i think just more personalized gadgets that sort of use your personal data like fitness trackers, that's going to spread to your car, your appliance
. one of them is nike. really this is a global brand, and they've got a global imprint, but certainly they are one of the strongest performing names here in the u.s.. we like boeing, and you also like, you like visa. so these are names that i think have broad, multi-national appeal but are still strong u.s. names. >> exactly. nike really needs to focus outside its own domestic market. i think asia's going to be really important for nike in the next couple of year, that's really where they're going to focus for growth, that's why we want to be a part of this going forward. cheryl: what do you think's going to happen with boeing? their issues with their machinist union in this washington state, they're starting to build that triple 7x. we have seen aircraft demand in general globally, but what would a hiccup for boeing be, in your opinion? >> so when i come on your show, when i was in new york last october, i came on your show, and i talked about boeing. at that time really we were starting to see new orders coming into their order book, particularly from the middle eastern carriers. he
. >> he's upset with nike because nike, they made a shoe and, he can't be thrilled about it. >> he's a little, you know, he does really well. he's a little delusional, he started believing his own stuff. how would you characterize him? >> he's a member of the kardashian family. >> i saw bruce the other day. >> they're part of the nbc family, so part of my family, as well. >> i was watching a little bit of michael douglas as lee. and he was trying to sleep and his eyes were open. >> as liberace. >> yeah. you know, you get so much work where you can't close your eyes. matt damon's going li, li, you're snoring. and he said, i don't care how bad i look. >> from liberace to -- >> i'm going to keep it real. >> i'm with you. >> you don't want to be ceo that bad. >> i don't want to be ceo that bad. >> from liberace and the kardashians to rick santelli. we're going to see what he's watching in chicago today. no work done, and he looks the better for it. >> totally natural. yeah. >> what's on tap for this -- is it snowing in chicago, too, by the way, rick? >> pardon? >> is it snowing in chicago?
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