NYT’s Thomas Friedman; Dr. Scott Gottlieb; Sports Fan Fans

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As Covid-19 cases continue to rise in the U.S. Dr. Scott Gottlieb discusses drug treatment distribution and potential supply issues. The New York Times columnist and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Thomas Friedman weighs the biggest issues for voters just three weeks before the Presidential election, and considers innovation in a post-pandemic world, from social media in Silicon Valley to the world’s best assistant in your pocket–and all the big tech in between. Plus, sports are finally back, but the fans are mostly missing. CNBC’s Jabari Young and Sports Business Director at Washington University in St. Louis, Patrick Rishe, explain why TV ratings for sports may be lower than expected. They underscore the importance of sports fans for the networks, the gambling industry, and the teams themselves.

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