Knowledge Identifier: &CNBC
Category: Business (17)
Founded in 1980.
Countries: United States (74%), (9%), Asia (4%)
Linked to: NBC, MarketWatch, CNN, Comcast
CNBC's original logo from 1989 to 1992, featured the network's name in a futuristic block font; this logo was alternately used alongside the Financial News Network's former logo during daytime business programming under the "CNBC/FNN" banner
Louis Rukeyser - But by the 1990s, it faced increasing competition from rivals such as CNBC before Rukeyser left in 2002 after a dispute with network executives who wanted to replace him with younger hosts with the idea that this would spark ratings MPT executives offered him a five minute segment on the new, retooled show; Rukeyser declined
Victoria Clarke - Clarke often filled in for Matalin on the show "Equal Time" during its run on CNBC in the 1990s
Charles Grodin - In the mid 1990s, Grodin became a talk show host on CNBC and in 2000 a political commentator for "60 Minutes II"
Tom Snyder - Snyder returned to television on CNBC in the early 1990s, adding the opportunity for viewers to call in with their own questions for his guests
Maria Bartiromo - Before joining CNBC in 1993, Bartiromo spent 5 years as a producer and assignment editor with CNN Business News
Geraldo Rivera - In 1994, Rivera began hosting "Rivera Live", nightly discussions of the news on CNBC, while continuing to host "Geraldo"
Charles Grodin - From 1995 to 1998, Grodin hosted his own issues-oriented talk show, "The Charles Grodin Show", on CNBC and, starting in 2000, became a political commentator for "60 Minutes II"
Rebecca Quick - Prior to her employment at CNBC, she covered retail and e-commerce industry topics for "The Wall Street Journal", and helped launch the paper's website in April 1996
In 1997, C & NBC adopted its current logo featuring NBC's peacock logo paired with a Univers Extended Bold font for the channel name
CNBC's international channels were merged into a 50-50 joint venture with their Dow Jones-owned rivals, London-based EBN and Singapore-based ABN in 1998, while ratings grew on the U.S. channel until the new millennium's dot-com bubble burst in 2000
Today (U.S. TV program) - In 1999, NBC canceled "Sunrise" and replaced it with a new program titled "Early Today", which was originally produced by CNBC, and focused on business and financial news before switching to a general news format under the same production staff as MSNBC's "First Look" in 2004
Victor Niederhoffer - From 2000-2003, Niederhoffer co-wrote with financial writer Laurel Kenner a widely read weekly column on the markets for CNBC MoneyCentral
Ed Sneed - Sneed worked for eight years as a golf broadcaster for ABC television and was with CNBC in 2001
Lawrence Kudlow - Kudlow served as one of a rotating set of hosts on the CNBC show "America Now", which began airing in November 2001
Suze Orman - This resulted in her own television show on CNBC, "The Suze Orman Show", which has been on the air since 2002
The new millennium brought changes to the network in 2003, moving its world headquarters from Fort Lee, New Jersey to 900 Sylvan Avenue in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey, which features completely digital video production and studios made by PDG Ltd of Beeston, Nottinghamshire and the FX Group of Ocoee, Florida
Dennis Miller - In 2003, Miller provided short-lived regular commentary for the Fox News show "Hannity & Colmes" before moving on to do a prime-time political show on CNBC in early 2004 called, simply, "Dennis Miller"
Richard Posner - In a 2003 CNBC interview he discussed the difficulty of enforcing criminal marijuana laws, and asserted that it is hard to justify the criminalization of marijuana when compared to other substances
Bloomberg Television - The network's morning pre-opening bell programming was aired on the USA Network, simulcasted in a paid programming arrangement with the channel until 2004, when that network dropped the simulcast months before the &NBC_Universal merger was consummated, due to concerns that USA would air the coverage of a competitor to future sister network CNBC
Erin Burnett - From 2005 to 2011 Burnett was the host of CNBC's "Street Signs" and co-anchor of "Squawk on the Street"
Robert J. Shiller - On CNBC's "How to Profit from the Real Estate Boom" in 2005, he noted that housing price rises could not outstrip inflation in the long term because, except for land restricted sites, house prices would tend toward building costs plus normal economic profit
Rebecca Jarvis - On March 7, 2006, the business news channel CNBC announced it would be hiring Jarvis as an associate reporter for the network
News Corporation - In February 2007, Murdoch announced at the McGraw-Hill Media Summit that Fox would launch a new business news channel later in the year, which would compete directly against rival network CNBC
Abby Joseph Cohen - In an August 10, 2007 appearance on CNBC Abby Joseph Cohen predicted the S&P 500 would rally to 1,600 by December
Fox Business Network - As of fall 2008, FBN was losing to CNBC in the ratings by over 10 to 1
Maria Bartiromo - Bartiromo signed a new five-year contract with her current employer, CNBC, in late 2008
Keith Boykin - Since 2008, Boykin has made regular appearances on CNN, MSNBC, CNBC, and BET. He appeared on CNBC for coverage and analysis of the 2008 presidential debates and vice presidential debate
Fox Business Network - In July 2008, Nielsen estimated that FBN averaged 8,000 viewers per daytime hour and 20,000 per prime time hour, compared to 284,000 and 191,000 for CNBC. Because FBN's viewership remained low, Nielsen had difficulty estimating viewership, and the estimates are not statistically significant
Jenna Haze - CNBC opined that she is "arguably the most popular performer in porn today", noting that she had been nominated by AVN for Female Performer of the Year three years in a row, similar nominations by the XBIZ *awards in 2009, and her popularity with members of the AEBN
MSNBC - For a short time in 2009 from the debut, daytime programs shown on MSNBC HD included a widget on the right side of the screen which served as a secondary news ticker displaying the weather and news headlines as well as a blue bar which showed more stocks and business news graphics, but both features were eventually dropped in favor of full video encompassing both sides of the screen; the widget reflected a similar widget which appears on CNBC HD for the display of a stocks graph chart
Howard Schultz - Speaking to CNBC in February 2009 about his concerns over the global economic crisis, Schultz said that "the place that concerns us the most is western Europe, and specifically the UK", which he considered to be in a "spiral", expressing concern with the levels of unemployment and consumer confidence in the country
Rebecca Jarvis - She last appeared on CNBC on September 18, 2009, and on October 21, 2009 TVNewser quoted CNBC spokesman Brian Steel as confirming that "Rebecca is no longer with CNBC, and we wish her the best
AdTaily - In July 2010, AdTaily was named one of "Europe's 25 Most Creative Companies" by CNBC Business magazine
Economy of Malaysia - On September 2010, in an interview with CNBC, Dato' Seri Najib Tun Razak, which is the Prime Minister of Malaysia and the Finance Minister said that the government is open to open up the Ringgit to off shore trading if the move will help the economy
Tea Party movement - On September 20, 2010, at a townhall discussion sponsored by CNBC, Obama said healthy skepticism about government and spending was good, but it was not enough to just say "Get control of spending", and he challenged the Tea Party movement to get specific about how they would cut government debt and spending: "And so the challenge, I think, for the Tea Party movement is to identify specifically what would you do
Cold Stone Creamery - In December 2010 lawyers from Cold Stone Creamery threatened a lawsuit over some of the contents of a then-upcoming documentary by CNBC
Evan Stone - In 2011, he was named by CNBC as one of the 12 most popular stars in porn, being the only man on the list
Polara Golf - An article in "The New York Times" in May 2011 sparked a media blitz, including a segment on CNBC
Jay Grdina - On June 20, 2011, NOHO and Grdina were the subject of a feature for CNBC, detailing the creation of an emerging brand
Rebecca Quick - On August 15, 2011, CNBC reported that Quick had given birth to a son, Kyle Nathaniel Quayle
Rebecca Quick - On August 16, 2011, CNBC reported that Quick had given birth to a son, Kyle Nathaniel Quayle
Range Resources - On November 8, 2011, CNBC reported on a conference which Range Resources attended, in which those in the energy industry were advised to "download the US Army / Marine Corps ://www
CNBC's current deal with Dow Jones expired in 2012, and its continuation has been the subject of some uncertainty following the 2007 acquisition of Dow by News Corporation, parent company of rival financial network Fox Business until the channel was spun-off to 21st Century Fox in 2013, which had been started just two months prior and whose resources have been used to build up Fox Business
James Sinegal - A 2012 CNBC documentary stated that from 1985 until Sinegal's retirement, the stock's value had increased by five "thousand" percent
Fox Business Network - However, CNBC has stated on air that it has a contract with Dow Jones until 2012
SumZero - The top 3 ideas were pitched on the CNBC television show "Fast Money" and winner Ryan Fusaro presented his investment idea at the Value Investing Congress on October 1, 2012 alongside the portfolio managers Bill Ackman, David Einhorn, and Barry Rosentein
Andrew Mason - On December 18, 2012, Mason was named "Worst CEO of the Year" by Herb Greenberg of CNBC
CNBC planned to launch at least eight new series through the "Prime" block throughout 2013
Jesse Jane - And again in 2014, Jane was on CNBC's list of "The Dirty Dozen: Porn's Most Popular Stars"
Fox Business Network - Maria Bartiromo, formerly of CNBC, joined the Fox Business Network as anchor in February 2014
Rajdeep Sardesai - On 29 May 2014, Reliance Industries Ltd announced it would be acquiring control in Network 18 Media & Investments Ltd, the parent of CNN-IBN,IBN7 and CNBC. The board of RIL approved funding of up to Rs. 40 billion to Independent Media Trust , of which RIL is the sole beneficiary, for acquisition of control in Network 18 and its subsidiaries
USA Network - Starting in 2015, USA Network became used as an overflow feed for coverage of NHL playoff games that cannot be aired by either NBCSN or CNBC
Mannatech - During the CNBC GOP debate on October 28, 2015, Carson was asked about his relationship with Mannatech
In 2016, CNBC announced two new reality series including "Cleveland Hustles" and a spin-off of "The Profit" titled "The Partner"
CNBC Ticker - As of January 2016, the weather forecasts are no longer shown on the lower band of the CNBC ticker
Until 2017, CNBC participated in USA Network's coverage of the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show
In 2018, C & NBC announced other new series in development, such as "BYOB: Be Your Own Boss", "Deadly Rich" , "Staten Island Hustle", a revival of former NBC game show "Deal or No Deal", as well as renewals for "American Greed", "Jay Leno's Garage", and "Secret Lives of the Super Rich"
In 2019, "CNBC Make It" was launched as a separate site with its own unique design