Fox Business Network isn’t the only business channel shaking up its daytime lineup. NYT’s Brian Stelter reports that CNBC is changing its lunchtime programming, and giving David Faber a new half-hour show “The Strategy Session” starting June 7. Airing at 12 p.m., the series will be paired with the “Fast Money Halftime Report,” while “Power Lunch” will be cut from two hours to one.
Faber’s new show was reported as “in development” last month by Business Insider.
Update: While it was made official today, the show announcement has been widely expected.
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