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Susie Gharib NBR Anchor

Susie-GharibAward-winning journalist Susie Gharib has been the co-anchor of public television’s “Nightly Business Report” (NBR) for 16 years. Now produced by CNBC, Gharib co-anchors the program from CNBC’s Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J.

Gharib joined “NBR” in 1998 after a distinguished 20-year career working at some of America’s most prestigious print and broadcast organizations, including CNBC, NBC, ESPN, and WABC-TV/New York. Gharib launched her career as a business journalist at Fortune magazine where she was a senior writer and associate editor. Her previous work includes reporter positions at Newsweek, Associated Press and the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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I am home from the hospital now. It’s really wonderful to be in a more serene environment for recovery. I am so happy to be finished with the chaos and hustle bustle of dealing with doctors, nurses and other hospital staff. But now the hard part begins. No, I’m not talking about the healing and …

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Mission accomplished! The surgery on my right foot was a success. The operation came on the 45th anniversary (just a day after) Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon. So I felt confident that the universe was with me as I was taking my own giant step. I am getting excellent medical care. From the …

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It’s going to be a long time—a very long time—before I get to wear my Jimmy Choo high heels again. On Monday I will have surgery on my right foot to correct the alignment and arch and to do a tendon repair. During the next few weeks I will be a patient, but also a …

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Tens of thousands are here in Omaha, Nebraska for one of the biggest events in the investment world each year: the Berkshire Hathaway shareholder meeting. It’s not about power points and speeches… it’s more like a spring carnival and a chance to spend time with Warren Buffett. His wit and wisdom, about Berkshire, the stock …

This September is shaping up to be an especially difficult one for investors according to the CEO of the the world’s largest bond fund, and Syria is just one of the reasons why you should be worried.

Time will tell if Jeff Bezos is the right person to revolutionize The Washington Post. I hope he has the vision and strategy to pull it off.

Investors everywhere will be waiting for Facebook’s results. This young company—only 14 months old—fascinates investors

Earnings season kicks off July 8, and it doesn’t look good.

Federal Reserve policymakers have a crucial meeting in Washington on Tuesday and Wednesday to debate when to scale back on the Fed’s massive stimulus program.

Is it time for the Fed to start cutting back on the massive stimulus it’s been pumping into the economy? Charles Plosser, president of the Philly Fed, thinks so.

Here’s a scorecard on Fed’s hawks and doves. How they vote on policy issues this year will shape what happens in the stock and bond markets, mortgage rates and savings rates.

It’s the Facebook IPO’s one-year anniversary on Saturday. With the stock down 30 percent since its debut, is now the time to buy?

Google stock topped $900 on Wednesday and it is on the verge of becoming the first tech company to hit $1,000 a share.

Stocks continued their climb on Tuesday after a well-respected hedge fund manager made bullish comments about the outlook for stocks. Are you holding onto your cash? Are you feeling bullish?

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Everyone is wondering how much longer Warren Buffett can continue running the giant Berkshire Hathaway. After all he is 82.