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'Multiple critical injuries' in Hoboken train crash

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla and Sara Eisen report the latest on the Hoboken, New Jersey train crash.

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Three dead, up to 100 hurt in Hoboken train crash

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla and Sara Eisen report the latest on the Hoboken, New Jersey train crash.

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Taking down hate speech

Henry Blodget, Business Insider editor-in-chief and CEO weighs in on Youtube, Twitter and Facebook ramping up the fight against hate speech on their platforms.

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Jim Burrows on the death(s) of the sitcom

TV legend Jim Burrows has directed more than 1000 episodes of TV, including The Big Bang Theory, Friends, Cheers, Will & Grace and Frasier. He’s attended 8 funerals for the sitcom, and tells BINGE why there will be many more.

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Jim Burrows: The one about working with Netflix

Legendary TV director Burrows tells BINGE why he’s working with Netflix and what’s different about streaming.

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Jim Burrows can’t pick favorites (except for two)

The Big Bang Theory, Friends, Cheers, Taxi, Will & Grace, Frasier… TV Legend Burrows has directed some of the best. Which is his favorite?

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Burrows: Why Friends wouldn’t get made today

What Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump can tell us about TV pilots… and why Friends seems “average.”

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TV Legend Burrows: Why reunions are like ex-girlfriends

Just say no.

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Revenge of the nerds: The Big Bang Theory

The Big Bang Theory is a global phenomenon, and Burrows—who directed both versions of the pilot—tells BINGE the origin story.

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Legendary TV director Jim Burrows: The secrets behind a hit

Jim Burrows has directed more than 1,000 episodes of TV, including The Big Bang Theory, Friends, Cheers, Taxi, Will & Grace and Frasier. He tells BINGE why he’s excited about Netflix, why the sitcom isn’t dead and why he avoids reunion shows.

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