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Nicole Lapin Leaves CNBC, Forms Production Company

CNBC “Worldwide Exchange” anchor Nic0le Lapin is leaving the channel and forming her own production company. Lapin is forming “Nothing But Gold,” a production company that will produce content about finance, money and Wall Street, but targeted for main street:

“[A]s part of my production company I am going develop and host television shows, and create digital and print content for major media outlets,” Lapin wrote on her Tumblr. “I am also working on publishing a book entitled Decoding The Wall Street Journal, the first in my book series that tackles and decodes intimidating money-related topics.”

Lapin had been with CNBC for two years, becoming anchor of “Worldwide Exchange” at age 25.

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