Business media prodigy at the height of success; hoped-for successor to Maria Bartiromo. A., magna cum laude, Washington and Lee University, Lexington, Va. Michael Luttig, Robert Mosbacher, NFL coach Walt Michaels, investor Bill Miller), 2007, majoring in business journalism, First-Team All-Region in lacrosse.
Joined Wall Street Journal as economics reporter, June 2007.
Lists 1-month, April 1997 stint at BDO Stoy Hayward wealth management unit that was started by father Barry Stillerman. Subject of infamous on-air flirt remarks from MSNBC host Chris Matthews. Born in Hong Kong, moved to New York at age 3, grew up in Philadelphia. A., English, University of Pennsylvania, magna cum laude. Launched radio career in Holyoke, Mass., and later Northampton, Mass., before joining Air America at its inception in 2004. After several well-received appearances, awarded her own show in September 2008. Spoke about Gabrielle Giffords shooting at 2011 University of Arizona commencement speech; told graduates, "Don't settle." Once married to BBC reporter Mark Orchard; believed dating former Gore aide Michael Feldman for years. Louis," 1995-2001, also PBS veterinary series "The Gentle Doctor," 1995-98. Former editor of Iowa State Daily, also interned at Des Moines Register and weekly Leader of Scott County, Iowa.
Often handles entertainment and California industry (defense, wine, farming) issues. Moderator for CFA Society of San Diego's 2010 Annual Forecast Dinner, March 2010. Moved from Chicago apartment to Rolling Meadows, Ill., attended Palatine High School and University of Illinois. Jumped to Reuters March 2010 as global editor at large.Best CNBC field reporter at communicating smoothly with studio host. Possibly greatest local TV anchor in history; NBC5 Chicago political editor, newspaper columnist, public television host. Began career at WBIR, Knoxville, Tenn., 1972; joined WSM in Nashville in 1976 before jumping to NBC5 Chicago in 1978. Written extensively on Russian capitalism and former tycoon Mikhail Khodorkovsky. Had on-air argument with Charlie Gasparino during Eliot Spitzer segment, demanded apology.(Marcus Lemonis Twitter.) The Chairwoman of "Fast Money," financial pioneer, generous donor to charities. Co-anchor, "Squawk on the Street"; currency expert. Post Page 6, was one of several CNBC female stars to complain to management about preferential treatment for Maria Bartiromo and Erin Burnett. 27, 2011, "I was raised in New Hampshire, I love it, good for your dime, great libertarian state, why do you think I am what I am?Graduate of Seven Hills School, private, college prep, Cincinnati, 2002 (also attended by actress Tiffany Hines); attended NYU, master's in broadcast journalism (concentration in business reporting), Medill School of Journalism, Northwestern University. in biological sciences, University of Washington, 2007. 12, 1972, Los Angeles, per IMDB (full name: Vini Melissa Ann Francis). Researcher for Mac Neil/Lehrer News Hour, became reporter and anchor at several New England TV stations. Husband is asset manager Wray Thorn; delivered second child, baby boy, Greyson Alexander Thorn, on April 26, 2010. " Grandfather emigrated from Cuba, pitched her writing as 17-year-old to Miami Herald, which hired her in Broward County.I have a profile but I never go to it." On Friday, March 19, 2010, during "Power Lunch" discussion of "How to Train Your Dragon," said, "Sounds like my ex-husband might say that." Said Aug.
12, 2011, on "Squawk Box" she was "not even pregnant." Said on "Squawk Box" on Nov. There's some Spanish literature I would struggle to read, like reading Gabriel Garcia-Marquez in Spanish is difficult for me." Popular with viewers for smooth camera presence, free-market views, beauty, smile, figure.
Couple sold New Jersey home and bought new one in 1999 after zoning board rejected plan to convert driveway to yard, per Howard Kurtz.
Couple divorced in 2009; girlfriend in February 2014 is Lisa Detwiler. Spoke of being dishwasher at Silver Moon restaurant in Yorktown Heights.
Wrote Journal's "Ahead of the Tape" column and hosted WSJ "News Hub" video report. Twice entered reader comments in debate with blogger over WSJ article on NGDP targeting. CNBC "Squawk Box" debut on March 1, 2012, called "A Star is Born" by Barry Ritholtz. Worked at California stations in Eureka, San Jose and San Diego, and in Reno, Nev., before joining KABC in 1989. managing editor of Financial Times, occasional guest on "Mc Laughlin Group." Born 1968, Peace River, Alberta, Canada.
Handed reins of "Closing Bell" in November 2013 after departure of Maria Bartiromo. (Kelly Evans Twitter.) World's hippest TV business reporter. Has co-anchored 3 daily newscasts with Michelle Tuzee. Graduate, 1986, of United World College of the Adriatic, a highly selective, scholarship-based school of 200 students in Duino, Italy, that prepares students for university education.
Left Credo December 2011, joined Brooks Macdonald, February 2012. CNBC's Maria in waiting; bolted for CNN before Maria left. Saluted by co-host Mark Haines in teary farewell, May 6, 2011. Reporter/anchor over two decades in Miami; Scranton, Pa.; Dallas; Denver; Portland, Ore.; Hartford; Boston, New York. According to Rolling Stone, impressed ABC News boss Roone Arledge with moving eulogy for friend Joe Spencer that led to him joining ABC News as correspondent in 1986. Lives in New York City and Massachusetts with partner Susan Mikula, an artist. Married to Kathleen Friery, a 1984 alumna of SUNY-Potsdam and onetime executive producer of "Anderson Cooper 360" on CNN, Sept. "It all started when I was little and I hoped by the year 2000 I'd figure out who killed President John F. Criticized for interview advice to parents of Lindsay Lohan, April 2010: "If she were my daughter, I would pack her car full with illegal substances, send her on her way, call the police, and make sure she was arrested. I think I dropped every business class I took." After graduation, worked for Des Moines Register, Reuters and Knight-Ridder Financial News in Chicago. 2010), gave birth to 3rd child, Edward Arthur, on July 11, 2010.