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Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ) discusses Mylan CEO Heather Bresch's Congressional testimony yesterday regarding EpiPen pricing and the fact that she flew there on a private plan.
Greg Glassman, founder and CEO of Crossfit, discusses his business, politics, and sugar and food regulations.
Ken Sena, Evercore ISI, believes Amazon could cross $1,000/share. He explains why to CNBC.
How did Mylan's CEO do testifying before Congress yesterday? Elliot Wilbur, Raymond James, discusses.
Michael Gordon, CEO of Group Gordon Strategic Communications, and Sydney Finkelstein, Dartmouth, discuss what it means to a company when it gets called to testify before a Congressional hearing.
Jeb Hensarling, House Financial Services chairman (R-Texas), weighs in on what to expect from the house hearing on Wells Fargo next week.
Here's a profile on someone who has an unusual job. Meet Jen Glantz, she's a professional bridesmaid and CEO of Bridesmaid For Hire.
Chris DeWolfe, Jam City CEO, and CNBC’s Julia Boorstin discuss the future of gaming and cashing in on mobile games.
Robert Johnson, billionaire entrepreneur, chairman & founder RLJ Companies weighs in on the violent protests in Charlotte and his views on democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
NBC’s Sarah Rosario with the latest on the state of emergency declaring in Charlotte after violent protests.
Kind CEO Daniel Lubetzky discusses "being kind" as a business model, immigration and corporate responsibility.
CNBC’s John Harwood on a developing story how a White House staffer’s email has apparently been hacked, including the First Lady's documents.
Strategas Research Partners chief investment strategist Jason Trennert and Glenmede vice president of investment strategy Casey Clark discuss the Fed leaving interest rates unchanged and the possibility of a hike by the end of the year.
Jen Glantz has walked down the aisle a lot. Not at her own weddings, but at the weddings of complete strangers.
Jen Glantz has walked down the aisle a lot. Not at her own weddings, but at the weddings of complete strangers
A daily morning look at the morning's key financial stories.
CNBC's Fed panel reacts to the Federal Reserve's decision to not raise rates Wednesday.
At a news conference following the FOMC meeting, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen answers questions about the Fed's data dependency as well as the global reach for yield.
At a news conference following the FOMC meeting, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen answers questions about the Fed's apolitical stance as well as whether November's meeting could be considered a "live" meeting.