A New Season of CNBC's "The Business of Innovation" Premieres Monday, October 5th


CNBC's "The Business of Innovation" returns for a new season beginning Monday, October 5th at 8PM & 1AM ET on CNBC.The series will air for three consecutive Mondays at 8PM & 1AM ET on CNBC.

This all-new season of CNBC's "The Business of Innovation," hosted by Maria Bartiromo, will give you unprecedented access to what's happening in cities across the world: from reshaping them, to redefining healthcare, to rethinking work.

Through detailed analysis and discussion with visionaries, problem solvers, provocateurs and people on the ground floor, the series will examine not only how technology will benefit our cities, healthcare and workplaces, but also the derivative plays of new technology that will infiltrate other systems. Series guests will provide brilliant insight into promising solutions for our cities both currently in the practice and in the pipeline.

CNBC's cutting-edge three-part series, "The Business of Innovation," is breaking down the landscape of the future so business leaders can take advantage of this unique moment in history.

The 3-part series will repeat in November at 8PM & 1AM ET on CNBC:

#1 - November 9th

#2 - November 16th

#3 - November 23rd

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