CNBC’s Mark Hoffman knows TV. He also know a lot of people. He’s combining his knowledge of both for a video for his son’s bar mitzvah later this month.
“Mark wanted to hire the best,” CNBC spokesman Brian Steel tells the Post. “It was long ago company-approved, and he will be paying for it out of his own pocket.”
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