Pimm FoxFox joined Bloomberg from the Dow Jones New Service in London, where he was in charge of financial services coverage for Europe, Middle East and Africa. Along with appearing on CNBC and the BBC, Fox wrote and edited for Computer World Magazine and was business editor of The San Francisco Chronicle.
Kathleen HaysKathleen Hays has covered the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve for more than 20 years. In addition to her radio hosting duties, she serves as economics editor, specializing on the impact of the U.S. economy and the Federal Reserve on interest rates and currency.
Albert R. HuntAlbert R. Hunt is the Executive Editor, Washington for Bloomberg News. Hunt worked for The Wall Street Journal, where he was everything from political reporter to columnist to Washington executive editor. On TV, Hunt was a panelist on The Capital Gang, Meet the Press and Washington Week in Review.
Thomas R. Keene, CFAThomas R. Keene is an editor-at-large for Bloomberg News, providing economic and investment perspective. Tom is the host of Bloomberg Radio's Bloomberg Surveillance. He also hosts Surveillance Midday on Bloomberg Television.
Francine LacquaFrancine Lacqua is a London-based anchor and editor-at-large for Bloomberg Television.
Karen MoskowKaren Moskow worked at the Wall Street Journal, anchoring business reports on various radio stations, won an Associated Press award for her work at WBIX in Boston for special coverage following the 9/11 attacks, anchored the news on WABU-TV in Boston and reported for New England Cable News.
Charlie PellettAlong with being part of the original team hired to put Bloomberg Radio on the air, Charlie Pellett was also one of the first anchor/reporters on Bloomberg Television. Pellett is a frequent contributor to a variety of Bloomberg television programs and a nationally-broadcast public television show.
Ken PrewittPrior to Bloomberg, Ken Prewitt worked at the Wall Street Journal, anchoring business reports on WCBS Radio. Ken appeared on Dow Jones TV/Europe and contributed to the syndicated Wall Street Journal Report. Ken has an extensive background in broadcasting including ABC News and CBS Morning News.
Charlie RoseEmmy award-winning journalist Charlie Rose hosts a nightly PBS program that engages the world's best thinkers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders and other newsmakers. Rose has interviewed everyone from Tony Blair to Nobel laureate Harold Pinter to Warren Buffett to Neil Young.
June GrassoJune Grasso is an attorney and communications consultant. Prior to Bloomberg News, Grasso was an anchor, reporter and legal analyst for a variety of Court TV and ABC Radio Network programs, reporting on legal issues such as the death penalty and major trials such as the Oklahoma City bombing.
Jane Williams Jane graduated magna cum laude from Duke University, with a degree in Political Science and Russian Language. A veteran education and children's advocate, she currently serves as National Board Chair of Horizons Student Enrichment Program and she is a member of the board of New York's PBS station WNET, where she chairs the Education Committee.
Emily ChangEmily Chang is a San Francisco-based anchor for Bloomberg Television and co-host of Bloomberg West, the new hour-long weekday program covering innovation, technology and the future of business from Bloomberg's new studios in San Francisco.
Cory JohnsonCory Johnson is a San Francisco-based anchor for Bloomberg Television and co-host of Bloomberg West, the hour-long weekday program that covers innovation, technology and the future of business from Bloomberg's new studios on the West Coast.
Betty LiuBetty Liu is the anchor of Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop", covering the opening of U.S. markets and top financial, economic and political news from around the world.
Vonnie Quinn Vonnie Quinn is co-host of The Hays Advantage and a markets reporter for Bloomberg Radio. Based in New York City, Quinn joined Bloomberg in 2006.