Charlie Gasparino Biography
Charlie Gasparino is an American journalist, blogger, occasional radio host, and author who was born in Bronx, New York City, New York, the United States as Charles Gasparino and he frequently serves as a guest panellist on the FOX Business Network program segment The Cost Of Freedom and the stocks/business news program Cashin’ In.
Charlie Gasparino Age
Gasparino was born on 28 January 1962 in The Bronx, New York City, New York, United States and his birth sign is Aquarius.
Charlie Gasparino Height
Gasparino is 5 feet 8 inches tall.
Charlie Gasparino Family
Gasparino was born and raised by his Italian-American parents in the Bronx.
Charlie Gasparino Education
Gasparino was born to an Italian-American family in the Bronx, Gasparino graduated with a B.A. from Pace University before earning his master’s degree in journalism from the University of Missouri in Columbia, Missouri.
Charlie Gasparino Wife
Gasparino is married to his lovely wife Virginia Juliano and they met while in college and dated for a few years before the wedding.
Charlie Gasparino Fox Business
In February 2010, Gasparino left CNBC for the fledgling Fox Business Network. In addition to his book writing, Gasparino appears on Fox Business and Fox News Channel with news reports and commentary, as well as contributing regularly to The New York Post and Forbes and online for The Daily Beast, FoxBusiness.com, and The Huffington Post. At Fox, Gasparino has broken stories on, among others, the US government’s plans to sell its stake in Citigroup and the government’s pressure on Bank of America to shrink itself. In the year 2010, Market-watch named Gasparino one of “12 Broadcasters Who Are Making a Difference”, and The Daily Beast called him one of the “Top 15 “Economic and Business Commentators” (and the only television journalist on the list). Gasparino posts breaking news updates on Twitter and for several years regularly filled in for John Batchelor on Friday nights as the host of “The John Batchelor Show” on WABC-AM in New York City.
Charlie Gasparino CNBC
Gasparino left CNBC for the Fox Business Network in February 2010. In one dig at his former channel, while CNBC was interviewing John Mack, chairman of Morgan Stanley, who declared on air that “his doesn’t feel like the crisis that I went through in 2008, so I feel a lot better about it,” Gasparino timed his report of Morgan Stanley’s laying off 1,200 workers and closing up to 300 branches so that it aired opposite the interview. Although notably combative towards his former network (“My job is to come up with a scoop (every day) and promote that scoop,” he said. “Just jam it down CNBC’s throat every single day.”), Gasparino also spoke highly of his former colleagues, calling Maria Bartiromo “a good reporter,” Erin Burnett “a class act — I used to love doing TV with her,” and of Jim Cramer, “I like Jim personally.” Gasparino has said, in response to accusations of being as much a showman as a journalist, “You want to be entertaining when you present news. People don’t want a droll Gasparino droning on about Merrill Lynch.”
Charlie Gasparino Books
- Circle of Friends: The Massive Federal Crackdown on Insider Trading–and Why the Markets Always Work Against the Little Guy 2013
- Bought and Paid For: The Unholy Alliance Between Barack Obama and Wall Street 2010
- Bought and Paid For: The Hidden Relationship Between Wall Street and Washington 2010
- The Sellout: How Three Decades of Wall Street Greed and Government Mismanagement Destroyed the Global
- Financial System 2009 King of the Club: Richard Grasso and the Survival of the New York Stock Exchange 2007
- Blood on the Street 2005
Charlie Gasparino Salary
Gasparino receives annual salary ranging between $40,000 and $110,500
Charlie Gasparino Net Worth
Gasparino has an estimated net worth of $5 million and his main source of income is his career as a journalist.