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Early Start anchor and correspondent exit – The Hollywood Reporter



CNN Early Begin anchor and chief enterprise correspondent Christine Romans has determined to exit the cable information channel.

Romans introduced her choice Friday morning, along side an on-air sendoff on CNN This Morning. Her final day on the channel is immediately.

“It’s impossible to sum up 24 wonderful and transformative years at CNN, but here it goes: five elections, a dotcom boom and bust, 9/11, a housing bubble and financial crisis, and a global pandemic. Oh… and a wedding, 3 baby boys, 3 books and 10 years of 3am wake-up calls!” Romans tells The Hollywood Reporter. “I’ve climbed the mountain and it’s time for me to climb a new one, but I’m forever grateful to have worked alongside some of the most talented journalists in the business.”

Romans — a staple of CNN’s enterprise protection for CNN since 1999 and on the morning present for the previous decade — is believed to have made the choice to go away just lately. She just isn’t anticipated to be leaping to a different TV information competitor.

A veteran enterprise journalist, Romans joined CNN from Reuters, and spent the primary few years on the channel reporting from the ground of the New York Inventory Change. At CNN she garnered a status for breaking down financial information (like jobs experiences or inflation numbers) in a method that informal viewers might perceive, and for interviewing CEOs like Disney’s Bob Iger, JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon, and Microsoft founder Invoice Gates.

She can be the writer of three books: Good is the New Wealthy: If You Can’t Afford it—Put it Down, How you can Communicate Cash, and Good is the New Wealthy Cash Information for Millennials.

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