The NYSE closing bell was marked, not from New York today, but from New Jersey and CNBC’s Global Headquarters to mark the business channel’s 20th anniversary.
Joining CNBC president Mark Hoffman to close the session – more than 200 current staffers and even some CNBC originals returned for the day (Ted David, front row). Also on hand, NBCU president and CEO Jeff Zucker who, when CNBC went on the air, was a field producer for the Today show.
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