Charlie Gasparino has signed a multi-year deal with Fox Business Network. As TVNewser first reported Sunday night, Gasparino is making the jump from CNBC, where he was the network’s on-air editor for the last four years.
At FBN, Gasparino will serve as a senior correspondent, appearing across all shows providing market updates and breaking news reports.
Gasparino, author of the new book, “The Sellout,” was a senior writer at Newsweek before joining CNBC. His new gig at Fox Business is a return to the News Corp. fold. Gasparino worked as a reporter at The Wall Street Journal in the early 2000s. (Though the paper was owned by Dow Jones & Company at the time).
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