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Binge: Dana Brunetti on House of Cards

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla asks some of Hollywood's biggest directors and producers what they love to watch the most.


Norman Lear at 94

CNBC's Carl Quintanilla sits down with Hollywood legend Norman Lear to get his thoughts on embracing a new audience.


Bill's Hillary sales pitch

Steve McMahon, former DNC senior advisor and Purple Strategies co-founder, discusses his views on Bill Clinton's speech last night at the Democratic National Convention, as well as what he expects from Hillary Clinton's speech this week.


Russia trying to tip scales of American election: Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute president and CEO, comments on the DNC email controversy and concerns about cybersecurity.


Aspen Institute CEO on Verizon deal

Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute president and CEO, comments on the $4.8 billion deal between Yahoo and Verizon.


Sprint CEO on competition

Sprint CEO, Marcello Claure, discusses Sprint's record quarterly earnings, as well as the future of his company.


Kofinis: This is only a sugar high for Trump

Chris Kofini, veteran democratic strategist and CEO of Park Street Strategies, and former Rubio press secretary and senior advisor Alex Conant, co-founder of Firehouse Strategies, discuss the DNC email controversy, as well as their expectations of this week's convention.


Marissa Mayer: 'I plan to stay at Yahoo'

Marissa Mayer, Yahoo CEO, discusses the integration of Yahoo into Verizon and AOL.


Trump tours RNC ahead of tonight's speech

Donald Trump walks through the stage as he prepares for his speech tonight. Discussing what to expect from Trump tonight at the RNC with CNBC's Brian Sullivan, Michelle Caruso Cabrera, Kelly Evans, Carl Quintanilla and John Harwood.


Trump's big night

Discussing Ted Cruz refusing to endorse Donald Trump at the RNC, what Mike Pence adds to the ballot, and Trump's domestic and global priorities, with DDC Advocacy Partner and former White House political director Sara Fagen, and IMGE Chairman and former Romney campaign senior advisor Phil Musser.