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Did you miss last night's "Mad Money" on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for today's trading.

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Fitbit (FIT) - Get Free Report : In an exclusive interview, Cramer sat down with Fitbit co-founder and CEO James Park. 

The company experienced strong sales over the Black Friday weekend and Park says it wasn't done with extreme discounts. Target (TGT) - Get Free Report called the Fitbit Charge HR one of the best-selling devices of the holiday season. Best Buy (BBY) - Get Free Report and Macy's (M) - Get Free Report also had positive things to say about Fitbit.

The "Holy Grail" would be for insurance companies to start letting their customers use Fitbit and offering them discounts for certain accomplishments, Park said. Until then, global and domestic growth remains strong, and management feels that its "digital health and wellness" focus is enough to differentiate itself from other wearable technology players.

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Foot Locker (FL) - Get Free Report vs. Finish Line (FINL) : Two companies, same industry, different stock performance. Which should you buy? Cramer gave the nod to Foot Locker over Finish Line. Finish Line is too tied to the malls, he said, while Foot Locker is remodeling its locations to drive more traffic, has a "tremendous" e-commerce presence with roughly 30% growth and operates strong sub-brands.

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Box (BOX) - Get Free Report : In his second exclusive interview, Cramer sat down with spoke with Aaron Levie, Box co-founder, chairman and CEO.

Levie said that management cares about the share price despite it moving lower since the company's initial public offering. However, the best way to return value to shareholders is to stay focused on the company's long-term prospects.

Levie said becoming cash-flow positive is a priority, one that management hopes to achieve by the end of its next fiscal year in January 2017. But the company isn't going to take its foot off the gas when it comes to investing for growth. This is a "once in a lifetime transition from on-premises data centers and on-premises computing to the cloud," he said, and Box intends to capture as much of it as possible.

Cramer said it's up to investors to make up their own minds whether they want to buy but he thinks Box has "a pretty bright future."

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