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Trump started the debate strong, but then he played right into Clinton's hands, says Democratic strategist Chris Kofinis.
In the first debate, Clinton scored more points than Trump and emerged "unscathed," says Bradely Tusk.
Every pharma CEO needs to step up and say these outrageous drug-price hikes are not OK, says former Medtronic CEO Bill George. e.
Donald Trump got sidetracked too often in the first debate and missed two opportunities to score major debate points, says Jake Novak.
Donald Trump tried to flip the "bad temperament" he's so often accused of on Hillary Clinton at the first debate. Did it work? Jake Novak weighs in.
Clinton is doing a lot of smiling, usually the gold standard in presidential elections. Trump sounds like many unhappy Americans, says Jake Novak.
One of the most powerful women in finance says this is the biggest mistake she sees women make at work.
Here's how Hillary Clinton can turn the immigration debate to her advantage and beat Trump, say the authors of the new book "Framing Immigrants."
Hillary Clinton may have thought she was clever inviting Mark Cuban to sit front row in the debate but that was a huge mistake, says Jake Novak.
Here's what undecided voters in a Florida focus group said they wanted to hear in the first debate, says Democratic strategist Chris Kofinis.
All Trump has to do is act "presidential" to win Monday night's debate. Clinton’s task far more complex, say two GOP strategists.
Renewed voter anger over greedy CEOs means the first candidate to promise to send a big exec jail would surge in the polls, says Jake Novak.
Airbnb faces a 'buzz saw" of political opposition in some of its biggest markets. Here's how it can win the fight, says Bradely Tusk.
As you watch the first debate on Monday night, keep an eye out for the "fake excuse." CNBC senior columnist Jake Novak explains.
Prospects for Brent crude rising above $50 a barrel in 2017 are less than 50/50, says oil investment advisor Nansen G. Saleri. Here's why.
Investors should start brushing up on astrophysics to understand why the world's economy may be approaching a cosmic conclusion, says Stephen Scott.