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  • Adam Grant: The benefit of enemies vs. 'frenemies'

    Adam Grant, Wharton professor of management, cites a study which shows it may be more beneficial to deal with the foe you know rather than a sometimes friend you can't depend on.

  • Robert Hormats

    America's allies are worried Donald Trump doesn't support alliances and that they would be in danger if he's elected president, Robert Hormats said.

  • Pullback on rope

    The S&P 500 has entered the third and final phase of the Dow Theory and could reach 2,600 next year, Todd Gordon said.

  • Race to the Hamptons

    CNBC's Robert Frank is winging his way to Long Island aboard Blade, New York's ridesharing helicopter service.

  • Cramer's stocks to watch: Exxon 'geniuses'

    CNBC's Jim Cramer is watching shares of Exxon ahead of the opening bell. And Cramer weighs in on why it's okay to raise interest rates. When the home builders want it, I want it, says Cramer.

  • Car-sharing signals new trend in auto industry

    Sean Behr, Zirx founder and CEO, discusses the huge demand and opportunity in the on-demand space as major automakers form alliances in the ride sharing community.

  • Weekly jobless claims total 268,000 vs. 275,000 estimate

    CNBC's Rick Santelli breaks down the latest numbers on unemployment and durable goods. And CNBC's Steve Liesman provides perspective on the data.

  • Trading market's technical signals: Pro

    The S&P 500 is testing resistance right around 2,100, says Katie Stockton, BTIG providing her technical read on the markets.

  • 'Disturbing' Walgreens didn't test Theranos: Adam Grant

    Adam Grant, Wharton professor of management, weighs in on Walgreens' deal with Theranos without first validating its technology.

  • Annual flight to the Hamptons begins

    CNBC's Robert Frank reports Friday marks the start of the mass migration to the Hamptons in Long Island. And CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at how the annual ritual has been transformed by new on-demand travel, specifically Blade, the "uber of helicopters."

  • Allies team up to battle cybercrime

    We have to change the paradigm of the way we look at the threat, says Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance discussing the need to work with other countries in an effort to thwart cyberattacks. Prevention is better than prosecution, says Vance.

  • Dealing with world disorder: Robert Hormats

    Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates, talks about world disruption scenarios including the threat of Brexit, instability in Syria and the spread of ISIS. Also Hormats, discusses Russia's unreliability and figuring out a way to work with China.

  • Why world leaders worry about Trump: Robert Hormats

    Robert Hormats, Kissinger Associates, discusses why foreign politicians are concerned about comments made by Donald Trump and talks about the importance of working with allies.

  • Ryanair CEO on Brexit

    Michael O'Leary, Ryanair CEO, weighs in on the importance of the United Kingdom staying in the European Union.

  • Ryanair CEO: Best way to deal with terrorist

    Michael O'Leary, Ryanair CEO, says he is lowering ticket prices in an effort to send a strong message to terrorist - it's not going to make any difference, people are still going on holidays and keep going. Also O'Leary weighs in on how U.S. airports can deal with long security lines. Passengers have a "ludicrous" amount of bags, says O'Leary.

  • 'Artificial' rates keeps investors in equities: Jim Paulsen

    Rebecca Patterson, Bessemer Trust, and Jim Paulsen, Wells Capital Management, share their outlook on the markets and where they see the best investment opportunities. Structurally I think health care will keep doing well, says Patterson.

  • Where to put your money now? Try these picks...

    Sarah Hunt, Alpine Funds, weighs in on where she is finding value in dividend stocks such as home improvement retailer Home Depot.

  • Machine Zone's ultimate game plan? Disruption!

    Gabe Leydon, Machine Zone founder & CEO, discusses his company's plan to conquer the mobile gaming industry by turning the games into a communications tool.

  • Well Fargo introduces 3% down payment mortgage

    CNBC's Diana Olick reports the nation's largest mortgage lender is now offering home loans to borrowers with a minimum of three percent down and a FICO score of 620.

  • What to do when the body goes haywire

    CNBC's Meg Tirrell takes a look at how Electroceuticals may allows doctors to find possible solutions to common ailments when the body's electrical signals get crossed.

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  • Joe Kernen

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