Elizabeth Gurdus is a digital producer for CNBC's "Mad Money" with Jim Cramer.
Prior to joining CNBC as a News Associate in September 2016, she held internships at WABC, CNN.com, the Observer, and Vice News, covering a range of fields including local news, politics, and commentary.
Gurdus graduated from NYU in May 2016 with a dual Bachelor's degree in journalism and dramatic literature.
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Donald Trump will be more pragmatic when he moves into the Oval Office, fellow real estate mogul Howard Lorber says.
Trump is well positioned for his transition thanks to his nonpartisan attitude and limited ties to government, former Bush 41 aide Craig Fuller says.
Trump's proposed tax cuts and infrastructure spending paired with a rate hike could be harmful for low-growth stocks, JPMorgan's Steve Rees says.
Donald Trump's free-market ideals may help media companies consolidate and connect with consumers, investor Mario Gabelli tells CNBC.
Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei says that media giants are adjusting to the changing landscape of subscription-based video.
Representative Jeb Hensarling also tells CNBC he has not sought the treasury secretary job and does not anticipate an offer.
Analyst Peter Boockvar says Donald Trump's presidency will face one big economic challenge: a massive bond bubble.
Liberty Media Chairman John Malone speculates on major moves in the media industry from giants like Disney, Facebook and Apple.
Whether Donald Trump repeals Obamacare or simply fixes it, either way, the system needs restructuring, Centene chief Michael Neidorff tells CNBC.
CNBC's Jim Cramer talks Donald Trump's election and how financial, energy and infrastructure stocks are responding.