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CNBC in Red, White & Blue in honor of Mark Haines

CNBC is decked out in the Red, White and Blue today, in honor of colleague Mark Haines. Every Friday, Haines, who anchored “Squawk on the Street” would wear an American flag tie. Today, his colleagues, both on air and off, men and women, are wearing the colors of the flag in his honor. Some of the male anchors and reporters are below. The  female anchors, including Melissa Francis, Melissa Lee, Amanda Drury, and Michelle Caruso-Cabrera are also wearing American flag scarves. Haines, 65, died Tuesday.

(l-r, top) Simon Hobbs, Bob Pisani, Steve Liesman, Herb Greenberg, Brian Shactman, Joe Kernen, David Faber, Rick Santelli wear American flag ties in honor of Mark Haines

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