NFL Season Kicks Off with Billions at Stake in TV Ads: CNBC After Hours
CNBC.com's MacKenzie Sigalos brings you the day's top business news headlines. On today's show, CNBC's Julia Boorstin breaks down just how much money the NFL brings into TV networks via advertising dollars, and explains why the media companies that own the networks have more at stake this year than ever before. Plus, CNBC wealth editor Robert Frank dissects the rental real estate crisis facing New York City.
0:42 -- Stocks close lower for the fourth time in five sessions
1:44 -- Manhattan rental apocalypse
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7:43 -- Moneyball
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Fox News' Chris Wallace moderated the first Trump-Biden debate which started off with interruptions and insults. There have been plenty of bumps along the way, but this weekend has a chance to feel the closest thing we have had to a normal college football Saturday. The Southeastern Conference kicks off, plus there is a full slate of Atlantic Coast Conference and Big 12 games on the schedule. Hopefully, it stays that way. Andy Staples from The Athletic joins AP's Ralph Russo on the podcast to dive into the most intriguing storylines of the weekend, including: Rhett Lashlee's winding to path to becoming the man who saved Miami's offense.
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