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The creator of the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton," Lin Manuel Miranda, is poised to exit the show in July, according to a new report.
CNBC Meets’ Tania Bryer speaks to global music megastar and successful businesswoman, Dolly Parton.
The Iraqi coalition released video showing Iraqi forces advancing toward ISIS positions in Fallujah; Germany’s parliament votes in favor of a motion designating World War I era killings of Armenians by Ottoman Turks as genocide; soccer star Lionel Messi testifies in court on tax fraud charges, reports CNBC’s Sue Herera.
One of the world's best-known primatologists Frans de Waal defends the Cincinnati Zoo's decision.
Celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary in 2016, Dolly Parton speaks about her relationship with husband Carl.
"I think if you've got the nerve, you got the desire and you got the money, then you should do it if that's gonna make you feel better," Dolly Parton says, when talking about plastic surgery.
CNBC talks to musician Kenny Rogers about his long-standing friendship with Dolly Parton.
"I love the tabloids, I believe everything about everybody but me. So I know why people wanna read it cos its like everybody loves to gossip", says Dolly Parton on addressing media speculation.
CNBC Meets' Tania Bryer speaks to cultural icon Dolly Parton about her international reading initiative the "Imagination Library".
Music country legend, Dolly Parton talks about the struggles and difficulties she and others face in the entertainment industry.
Elvis Presley wanted to cover "I Will Always Love You." Global country legend, Dolly Parton explains why she turned down his offer.
"I didn’t know that I was gonna make it but I wanted to make it and I never even thought that I wouldn't. That was just my dream," Dolly Parton tells CNBC.
Country music legend, Dolly Parton talks about the backstory behind "Coat of Many Colors".
"It was a good life, we didn’t know we was poor until some smart Alec got up and told us so," says singer Dolly Parton on her upbringing.
"I think there's always the 'good ol' boy' syndrome when it's a girl in business," Dolly Parton tells CNBC, when talking about her early start in the music industry.
Dolly Parton may be a successful businesswoman and global country music megastar, but the cause she’s truly passionate about supporting is the gift of literacy.
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