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The Beautiful Ladies of CNBC

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With the closing bell right around the corner, I caught a reminder of why i started watching CNBC in the first place. The beautiful Maria Bartiromo once again captured my eye as she discussed the advancement of McDonald's into China and the current fed talk. I think I'm on to something that the rest have overlooked. You would have thought that Maxim, GQ, FHM and or Stuff for sure would be all over this by now, but CNBC is cooking with fire and i have yet to find a better alternative than having classy, beautiful women talk to me about money, real estate, business, and stocks all day...

hmmm... what a thought... Shall we...

Erin Burnett1. Erin Burnett
CNBC Anchor

One of the real reasons why I watch 'Squawk on the Street' & when i can 'Street Signs.' This woman seems to have a great sense of humor, an attractive smile and just a great personality.

Burnett joined CNBC from Bloomberg Television where she anchored two hours of programming daily. Prior to Bloomberg, Burnett served as Vice President at Citigroup, where she built an online financial news network targeted at institutional and retail investors...

Maria Bartiromo2. Maria Bartiromo
CNBC Anchor/ Host & Managing editor of the Wall Street Journal Report w/ Maria Bartiromo
The absolute reason why i started watching CNBC a few years ago.

Bartiromo became the first journalist to report live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on a daily basis where she covered breaking news for the network's unscripted and fast-paced business morning program, "Squawk Box." She reported from the NYSE for 10 years...

Becy Quick3. Becky Quick
CNBC Anchor
You should see this woman in action... great sense of humor and talent. One of the reasons why i watch 'Squawk Box.'

Quick spent three years working the retail and e-commerce beat at The Wall Street Journal. Before that, she covered various Internet issues ranging from online privacy to domain-name disputes...

Trish Regan4. Trish Regan
CNBC Reporter

Regan was a television correspondent for CBS MarketWatch primarily covering economic policy. She also worked as an anchor and business reporter at KPIX-TV, the CBS-owned station in San Francisco, and reported for Bloomberg Television...

5. Melissa Lee
CNBC Reporter

Lee has worked for Bloomberg Television and CNN Financial News. She was nominated for an Emmy, for her reporting on the proxy voting of mutual funds...

suze orman6. Suze Orman
The Suze Orman Show

The woman is brilliantly attractive and smart

Orman has written, co-produced, and hosted six PBS specials based on her New York Times bestselling books. She is the single most successful fundraiser in the history of Public Television, and recently won her second Daytime Emmy Award in the category of Outstanding Service Show Host. She won her first Emmy in 2004, in the same category...

Margaret Brennan7. Margaret Brennan
CNBC Reporter

Brennan began her business news career at CNBC as a producer for financial news legend Louis Rukeyser. She wrote, researched and booked guests for the weekly "Louis Rukeyser's Wall Street" program and primetime specials. Brennan later worked as a producer on "Street Signs with Ron Insana," for which she coordinated guest bookings and produced interviews with President George W. Bush, former Secretary of State Colin Powell and others...

julia boorstin8. Julia Boorstin
CNBC Reporter

Brennan began her business news career at CNBC as a producer for financial news legend Louis Rukeyser. She wrote, researched and booked guests for the weekly "Louis Rukeyser's Wall Street" program and primetime specials. Brennan later worked as a producer on "Street Signs with Ron Insana," for which she coordinated guest bookings and produced interviews with President George W. Bush, former Secretary of State Colin Powell and others...

Rebecca Jarvis9. Rebecca Jarvis
CNBC Reporter

Jarvis left financial services to pursue a career in journalism and has written for publications ranging from Crain’s Chicago Business to Business 2.0. She is currently a governor on the board of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers...

michelle-caruso-cabera10. Michelle Caruso-Cabrera
CNBC Anchor

Caruso-Cabrera joined CNBC in 1998 from WTSP-TV in St. Petersburg, Fla., where she spent four years as a general assignment reporter. Prior to joining WTSP-TV, she was a special projects producer for Univision, where she won an Emmy Award for a five-part series on children with AIDS, as well as an Emmy nomination for a report on sexual abuse by clergymen. At Univision, she gained extensive experience covering Latin America...

liz-claman11. Liz Claman
Former CNBC Anchor

Has left CNBC effective July 9, 2007. Claman got her start in television as a production assistant for Paula Zahn at Los Angeles television station KCBS-TV. Claman's first on-the-air reporting job was at WSYX-TV (Columbus, Ohio) followed by a stint hosting a morning talk show, Morning Exchange, at WEWS-TV (Cleveland). Later, Claman served as a weekend anchor at WHDH-TV (Boston). While working in local television, Claman won several local Emmy Awards and joined CNBC in April 1998

There you have it, the top 10 +1 beautiful ladies of CNBC. Money talk has never looked sooooo good...

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15 Responses to “The Beautiful Ladies of CNBC”

  1. Derrich 26 July 2007 at 10:34 am Permalink

    I can’t stand Suze Orman. She’s a b!+C#. And Melissa Lee looks like a porcelain doll with all that makeup. Rebecca Jarvis is growing on me more and more everyday, and you forgot Melissa Francis…the hottest one they’ve got.

    • jerkybeef 26 July 2007 at 11:16 am Permalink

      I like Suze Orman… I think the thing that i find attractive about her is the fact that she is so blunt. When talking money you can’t do your viewers and clients justice by sugar-coating the truth.

      Yeah, Melissa Francis was a close 10 but landed at 11 on my list all together… My top three are pretty much permanent the others are set to change.

  2. Mookie 16 August 2007 at 7:31 pm Permalink

    Trish Regan is a loose cannon. Her inaccurate and inflamatory statements on TV spook the market and especially naive investors who listen to her inane comments

    • Blog Money 17 August 2007 at 12:51 pm Permalink

      I agree but it’s not just Trish Regan, there are a few others that persuade investors to go left when the market flows right. I wish CNBC would encourage viewers to do their due diligence instead of taking the anchors words for gold.

  3. Rod 19 October 2007 at 12:18 am Permalink

    Becky Quick is the hottest one with Erin Burnett a close second. Don’t forget about Amanda Drury from CNBC-World. Melissa Francis looks good too. I would love for Maxim to do a spread on these women. It would be great!

  4. john 22 July 2008 at 10:05 am Permalink

    trish is gorgeous.

  5. Harold 1 September 2008 at 1:23 pm Permalink

    Yes, add Melissa Francis and drop Margaret Brennan. As for Maria, she no longer attracts me – she seems to have developed some rough edges, both in her delivery and her appearance.

    Suze Orman does a great job, but I don’t think Maxim would be interested in her. She – how to say – isn’t attracted to men.

  6. Paul 26 September 2008 at 12:25 pm Permalink

    Melissa Lee is fantastic. Do you have a blog about the CNBC: Europe women too? If not, then you should make one.

  7. Ali 1 October 2008 at 10:18 am Permalink

    Trish Regan is absolutely gorgeous. So much so that I have a hard time focusing on work when she comes on screen. Melissa Lee is starting to look damn sexy too with the glasses on. Where do they find these women?! Gorgeous, smart, articulate. Makes me hate my stupid girlfriend.

  8. GIDISA KUFETA 13 November 2008 at 9:09 am Permalink

    THE SECOND LADY WAS MOST BEUTIFUL FOR ME. THANK YOU.

  9. TeddyJ. 20 November 2008 at 1:07 pm Permalink

    Lets see more of Julia Boorstin. You should not hide such a beautiful talented young lady.

  10. Richard 5 February 2009 at 1:55 pm Permalink

    Of all the ladies, Erin B. has the best face, Rebecca J. is a very close 2nd. Michelle C. is the most attractive overall to me. All of the CNBC ladies are very smart with Maria B. being my favorite there and having name end in vowel does not hurt.

    I read bio and comments that Erin supposedly made about the type of man she would like to date, etc., and that is probably something that OK to have in mind, but she should not have announced it.

    I enjoy watching all of the ladies and enjoy the interaction with the men and all of the anchor and reporter personnel. CNBC Rocks!

  11. Stock Market Hacker 17 August 2010 at 9:06 pm Permalink

    Interesting list… I would remove some from there as the attractive adjective does not fit….


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