McCormick, former business editor, dies at 64
Friend John Rebchook of InsideRealEstateNews.com writes, “Lynde left the Rocky in late 1990 to take a job as an anchor for an upstart Christian Science Monitor cable channel based in Boston, where he had his own show, Business by Lynde.
“When the channel didn’t last as long as his contract, he took a job as an anchor at CNBC Asia in Hong Kong.
“We were supposed to run a marathon together in Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, while he lived overseas.
“Our run was aborted when Jack Welch, the head of General Electric, which then owned NBC, shut down the struggling network. Lynde moved back to the states. We later did run two Boston Marathons together.
“Lynde joined his lovely wife Andrea, better known as Kiki, in a Chinese art and antique import business, to be called the Han Horse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan.”
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