Rebecca Quick Biography

Rebecca “Becky” Quick is an American television journalist/newscaster who co-anchors the financial news programs Squawk Box and On the Money on CNBC.

How old is Rebecca Quick? – Age

She was born on 18 July 1972 in Gary, Indiana. She is 49 years as of 2021.

Where did Rebecca Quick go to school? – Education

Quick earned a BA in Political Science from Rutgers University in 1993, where she was the editor-in-chief of The Daily Targum. She received the Times Mirror Fellowship from Rutgers’ Journalism Resources Institute as an undergraduate.

Quick – Family

Quick grew up in Indiana, Ohio, Texas, and Oklahoma, following “booms” in oil production with her geologist father. The family eventually relocated to Medford, New Jersey.        Quick was previously married to computer programmer Peter Shay. She is presently married to Matt Quayle, an executive producer of Squawk Box (2008–present). CNBC announced on August 16, 2011, that Quick had given birth to a boy, Kyle Nathaniel Quayle. [6] Quick gave birth to her daughter Kaylie Noelle in October 2016.

Rebecca Quick’s husband

Quick currently resides in New Jersey with her spouse, their children, and his two daughters, Natalie and Kimiko.

Rebecca Quick The CNBC journalist
Rebecca Quick The CNBC journalist

What is Quick’s Salary?

Quick’s salary is $3 million.

Quick Net Worth

Her net worth is $15 million.

Rebecca Quick Career

Quick has been a co-anchor of CNBC’s “Squawk Box” since February 2001. Warren Buffett, Bill Gates, Alan Greenspan, and T. Boone Pickens, to name a few, are among the world’s wealthiest and most influential investors, and she is well-known for her riveting interviews and profiles of them. Quick has also moderated panels at some of the world’s most prestigious conferences, including the Microsoft CEO Conference, and interviewed three US presidents. She was previously an anchor for CNBC’s nationally syndicated “On the Money” program. Quick also contributed a regular column to Fortune magazine. She covered the Wall Street beat for CNBC before becoming an anchor as part of the network’s collaboration with Dow Jones. She covered a variety of topics while there, including retail, e-commerce, and the Internet. Furthermore, while serving as the site’s international news editor, Quick was instrumental in the launch of The Wall Street Journal Online.

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