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Niall Ferguson, Stanford University professor, weighs in on the presidential election, comparing the event to Brexit and baseball.
The election outcome is hard to prepare for and there may be opportunities to rebalance portfolios after it's over, David Lafferty says.
Pharmaceutical stocks have been under pressure, but certain companies are doing things right, former Medtronic CEO Bill George says.
Matthew Belloni, The Hollywood Reporter Executive Editor, discusses China's mega-corporation Dalian Wanda buying Dick Clark Productions for about $1 billion as a further foothold in Hollywood.
Larry McDonald, ACG Analytics, and Erin Gibbs, S&P Global, discuss the moves in the IBB biotech ETF with Brian Sullivan.
CNBC's Contessa Brewer reports on how Trump's comments about women will affect the chances for Trump and down-ticket GOP candidates in the election.
CNBC's Seema Mody gives a preview of the upcoming referendum vote in Italy on the country's constitutional system.
David Lafferty, Natixis Global Asset Management Chief Global Strategist, discusses how investors should be positioning themselves ahead of and after the election.
Dean Metropoulos, Hostess executive chairman, discusses saving the Hostess brand and its return to public trading under the ticker TWNK.
Farai Chideya, FiveThirtyEight senior reporter, discusses variability between poll results and electoral results, as well as possible unexpected outcomes of the election.
Bill George, Harvard Business School Professor and former Medtronic Chairman and CEO, and David Maris, Wells Fargo Securities Specialty Pharmaceutical Analyst, weigh in on the ongoing drug-pricing war.
CNBC's Meg Tirrell discusses the timeline on the war on drug pricing.
Colin Langan, UBS autos analyst, shares his bearish case for Tesla.
Bill Rogers, Rutgers University Professor and Former Labor Dept. Chief Economist, and Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow, discuss what the October jobs report means for the presidential race.
CNBC's Steve Liesman breaks down the October jobs report.
Investors may be focused on the election and a possible rate hike, but there bigger risks to the market, financial advisor Ron Carson says.
The Chicago Cubs' brand and identity may be changing after winning the World Series, Cubs Partner Andrew Berlin says.
Nassim Taleb shared his views on the election and markets in an interview Thursday on CNBC's "Power Lunch."
CNBC's Susan Li looks at U.S. coffee sales and how it's affecting gourmet chains like Starbucks and donut chains like Dunkin' Donuts.
The FBI needs to release what it's found in its Hillary Clinton email probe, former Executive Assistant FBI Director Shawn Henry said.