Skip to comments.CNN hires Erin Burnett from CNBC
Posted on 05/01/2011 1:55:44 PM PDT by balls
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- CNN said Friday that it has hired CNBC's Erin Burnett to serve as an anchor and chief business and economics correspondent.
Burnett will anchor a weekday general news program, as well as contribute to CNN's coverage of national and international breaking news, out of the cable network's New York headquarters. She starts in June and the show will launch this summer. The network has yet to announce the time slot.
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The most entertaining part of CNBC that doesn’t involve cleavage is watching Steve Liesman give his spin on economic numbers... and then watching Santelli take it apart from the pits in Chicago.
Santelli is great.
Joe Kernan socks it to Liesman too — nice to see.
Santelli is the greatest. Wait a minute. The Great Santelli! Maybe that should be his moniker.
>>>I wouldn’t kick her shoes out from underneath my bed.
She could eat saltines in my bed. :)
>>>She was the money honey on CNBC what will she be on CNN? The Obama mama?
No. The “Money Honey” monicker has been Maria Bartiromo’s for years.
creepy Chris Matthews will be disappointed
>>>The worst Obama Administration sycophant is Steve Liesman, the chief economics correspondent.He is also insufferable as he deems himself as important as, and often smarter than, the people he covers. His arrogance is up there with Obozos.
I wasn’t that impressed with her.
on Meet the Press roundtables
Why else would she be there? (sorry, old line from Cheers)
She was my least favorite. Bring on Mandy!
Amen and God Bless both of you!
The worst Obama Administration sycophant is Steve Liesman, the chief economics correspondent. He is also insufferable as he deems himself as important as, and often smarter than, the people he covers. His arrogance is up there with Obozos. Hes the biggest Keynesian on the planet more than even Paul Krugman, the emotionally retarded columnist for the New York Times.
The most entertaining part of CNBC that doesnt involve cleavage is watching Steve Liesman give his spin on economic numbers... and then watching Santelli take it apart from the pits in Chicago. Santelli is great.
I miss the bad movies on SyFy. There, I said it in public!
Otherwise, good riddance.
Mark Haynes died a few weeks ago, so he won’t be going anywhere anytime soon. CNBC did a non-stop full day coverage of him and his untimely demise the day after it happened.
I hope you know the Maxim cover is a joke.
But I happen to know her body is JUST like that.
Her nose got a little smaller in the past year, to meet your requirements.
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