(born September 11, 1967) is an American television journalist, magazine columnist and author of three books. Bartiromo is a native of New York and attended New York University. She worked at CNN for five years before joining CNBC television. At CNBC, she is the anchor of the Closing Bell program and the host and managing editor of The Wall Street Journal Report and is credited for becoming the first reporter to broadcast live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. She has appeared on various television shows and been the recipient of various journalism awards including being inducted into the Cable Hall of Fame.
30.09.2012 [NBCNews.com (blog)] - "I think the market is coming to terms with the fact the president is ahead, and unless something significant changes, (he) will prevail." Below, CNBC's MariaBartiromo shares her observation on the disconnect between recent negative earning reports
27.09.2012 [Panorama] - Era stato ospite di MariaBartiromo di Cnbc, barometro ufficioso della finanza americana, e aveva incontrato a vari livelli tanto Main Street quanto Wall Street, sempre puntualmente introdotto al pubblico americano da un pregiudizio positivo
07.09.2012 [Wall Street Italia] - ... parte un po' di ironia perché l'elenco ricorda quello degli anni precedenti con i soliti Aznar, Shimon Peres, Trichet e la bella MariaBartiromo che ogni giorno commenta l'apertura di Wall Street ed è considerata l'anchorwoman più importante degli
14.09.2012 [Daily Beast] - The film in theaters Friday, is very much of the moment and features real-life figures from the world of high finance, from CNBC anchor MariaBartiromo to Four Seasons restaurant co-owner Julian Niccolini. But who is Robert Miller? He's not modeled on
27.09.2012 [TVbytheNumbers] - ... programming includes "Steve Harvey," “Trisha Goddard,” "Access Hollywood," "Access Hollywood Live," "The Jerry Springer Show," "Maury," "The Steve Wilkos Show," "The Chris Matthews Show" and "The Wall Street Journal Report with MariaBartiromo.
24.09.2012 [Salon] - You know, we actually had dialogue about Madoff in the scene with MariaBartiromo. We said, OK, that's the elephant in the room here, why don't we just talk about it? In the later cuts it was taken out because the world had moved on. It wasn't that