CNBC's Gasparino to be biz journalist in residence at UW
CNBC reporter Charles Gasparino will be a business journalist in residence at the University of Wisconsin later this semester, according to this story.
The story, by Dennis Chaptman, stated, “Gasparino provides up-to-the-minute CNBC reports throughout the day as Wall Street trading unfolds. He often breaks news on major issues involving corporate America.
“Before joining CNBC, Gasparino was a senior writer at Newsweek magazine and also covered business at The Wall Street Journal. There, he covered some of the biggest financial scandals of all time, including coverage of Wall Street research scandals.
“He is the author of ‘Blood on the Street,’ in which he details how Wall Street analysts duped a generation of investors. His latest book, ‘King of the Club,’ is due out in August and focuses on former New York Stock Exchange chief Dick Grasso.
“He will be the Business Writer in Residence and will spend time speaking to journalism and business classes during the week of April 16.
“The Writer in Residence Program is sponsored by the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and University Communications, with support from the UW Foundation. The public affairs program is cosponsored by the La Follette School of Public Affairs and the business program is cosponsored by the School of Business.”
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