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Fortune Live Nov. 20, 2015: All Things Retail

Join us this afternoon for Fortune Live, our weekly business show hosted by assistant managing editor Leigh Gallagher.

We start things off discussing the week’s headlines: Match Group, Tinder, and Square’s IPOs, the aftermath of the Paris attacks, and Adele’s decision to keep her latest album off of music streaming services. We’ll be joined by senior editor Andrew Nusca and digital editor Aaron Task.

Writer Beth Kowitt will sit down with Levi’s (LVISF) CEO to discuss the future of retail. Up next will be David Brandon, CEO of Toys ‘R’ Us. Writer Phil Wahba goes inside Kohl’s (KSS) to see what the retail giant is doing to win a bigger chunk of consumers’ wallets this holiday season.

Next, we’ll have a Black Friday-themed Fact or Fiction with reporter John Kell, Money associate editor Susie Poppick, and International Council-Shopping Center’s Jesse Tron.

We’ll hit the streets to see if holiday shoppers think Black Friday is still alive. And we’ll then talk digital retail with Rachel Shechtman, Founder of Story; PwC partner Mitch Roschelle; and Liza Landsman, chief customer officer at Jet.com.

Leigh Gallagher will chat with consumer and retail expert Michael Silverstein about Amazon’s threat to big box retailers. And we’ll close out our show with how much holiday shoppers are spending and where their dollars are going.

The full show and breakout segments will be available to watch on demand after the show concludes. You can find them at fortune.com/fortunelive.