Maria Bartiromo Bio, Age, Parents,education,marriage,career,salary,net-worth
Maria Bartiromo Biography
Maria Bartiromo (Maria Sara Bartiromo)is an American television journalist, magazine columnist, and author. She is the host of Mornings with Maria and Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street (the direct successor to the original Wall Street Week on PBS, renamed in early 2018). Bartiromo is global markets editor at Fox Business Network as well as the host of Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News. She hosts Fox Business Global Power Players segments.
Maria Bartiromo Age
Maria Sara Bartiromo was (born September 11, 1967), in Brooklyn, New York City.
Maria Sara Bartiromo Parents
Bartiromo was born to Italian-American parents Vincent and Josephine Bartiromo and grew up in the Bay Ridge section of Brooklyn in New York City. Her father was the owner of the Rex Manor restaurant in Brooklyn and her mother worked as the hostess seating guests, and also worked as a clerk at an off-track betting parlour.
Maria Sara Bartiromo Education
Bartiromo attended Fontbonne Hall Academy in Bay Ridge. and graduated from New York University and has a Bachelor of Arts degree and has majored in journalism and economics. During her study at New York University, she worked an internship at CNN.
Maria Bartiromo marriage
On 13 June 1999, she got married to Jonathan Steinberg, chief executive officer of WisdomTree Investments, and son of financier Saul Steinberg. They live in Southampton, New York in a beach house in the hamlet of Westhampton. They do not have children from this relationship.
Maria Sara Bartiromo Career
After her internship, starting in 1988, Bartiromo spent 5 years as an executive producer and assignment editor with CNN Business News. While working at CNN her aim was to appear in front of the camera. She put together an audition tape to apply for an on-screen job at CNBC. In 1993, she replaced analyst Roy Blumberg at CNBC when she began reporting live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and began hosting and contributing to the Market Watch and Squawk Box segments. she was nicknamed”Money Honey” in the late 1990s, due to her striking looks and for being the first journalist and also a woman to report live from the raucous floor of the New York Stock Exchange
Bartiromo was the anchor and managing editor of the CNBC business interview show On the Money with Maria Bartiromo. Since 2007, she has hosted The Business of Innovation. She hosted several other programs, including Closing Bell (2002–2013), Market Wrap (1998–2000), and Business Center (1997–1999). Bartiromo has also appeared on the television shows: NBC Universal’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with Conan O’Brien, CBS Television Distribution’s The Oprah Winfrey Show, Real Time with Bill Maher, Warner Bros. Television’s short-lived The Caroline Rhea Show, McEnroe, and The Colbert Report, as well as guest-hosting on Live with Regis and Kelly.
In January 2007 Bartiromo filed trademark applications to use the term “Money Honey” as a brand name for a line of children’s products including toys, puzzles and colouring books to teach kids about money.
Bartiromo has anchored the television coverage of New York City’s Columbus Day parade since 1995 and was the Grand Marshal in 2010. She appeared as herself in the films Risk/Reward, the documentary about the lives of women on Wall Street (2003); the 2009 remake of The Taking of Pelham 123, an action film about armed men who hijack a New York City subway train; the drama film Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps (2010); the documentary Inside Job (2010); and the Richard Gere finance thriller, Arbitrage.
Bartiromo is the author of three books. Her first book, Use the News: How to Separate the Noise from the Investment Nuggets and Make Money in Any Economy (2001), appeared on both The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller lists. Her other books are The 10 Laws of Enduring Success (2010) and The Weekend That Changed Wall Street (2011) 351-1. Bartiromo signed a new five-year contract with her then employer, CNBC, in late 2008.
Bartiromo is the author of three books. Her first book, in 2001, Use the News: How to Separate the Noise from the Investment Nuggets and Make Money in Any Economy, and appeared on both The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestseller lists. The 10 Laws of Enduring Success was her second book, and in 2011 she wrote her third book on The Weekend That Changed Wall Street. Bartiromo signed a new five-year contract with her then employer, CNBC, in late 2008.
Bartiromo also writes a Monthly column for USA Today called “One-On-One”.
On November 18, 2013, it was announced that Bartiromo was leaving CNBC to join the Fox Business Network. CNBC issued a statement on her departure from the network: “After 20 years of groundbreaking work at CNBC, Maria Bartiromo will be leaving the company as her contract expires on November 24. Her contributions to CNBC are too numerous to list but we thank her for all of her hard work over the years and wish her the best.” According to the Drudge Report, her deal with Fox Business calls for her to anchor a daily market hours program and to have a role on Fox News as well.
Maria Bartiromo Salary
her annual salary has been estimated to be $6 million per year.
Maria Bartiromo Net worth
she has an estimated net worth around $22 million.
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