Maria Bartiromo Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Husband, Fox, Net Worth, Salary and House

Maria Bartiromo Biography

Maria Bartiromo is an American award-winning financial journalist, television personality, news anchor, and author currently working on the Fox Business channel as the host of Mornings with Maria and Maria Bartiromo’s Wall Street and Sunday Morning Futures With Maria Bartiromo on Fox News.

Maria Bartiromo Education

Bartiromo attended the Fontbonne Hall Academy at Bay Ridge. At the same time, she worked as a coat check individual at her dad’s restaurant and as a stock clerk at Kleinfeld’s wedding dress store. She also worked in the same betting room where her mother was working. Bartiromo began college in C. W. Post, before going to New York University. She later graduated from NYU with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism and Economics. She was interned at CNN while working at NYU.

Maria Bartiromo Fox

On 18 November 2013, it was announced that Bartiromo had left CNBC to join Fox Business (FBN). According to the Drudge Story, her contract with Fox Business called for her to set up a regular market hour program and also to play a part in Fox News. Her first Fox Business show was Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo.

Five years since joining the fledgling network, both the programs and the channel itself have gained growth in ratings, in places that have reached CNBC. In September 2019, she concluded a new multi-year arrangement with FBN. That year, TheStreet.com reported that Bartiromo had an average income of $10 million, the seventh-highest among any kind of U.S. news anchors. On 23 December 2020, animal rights protester Matt Johnson of Direct Action Everywhere interviewed Bartiromo during the Mornings episode with Maria posing as CEO of Smithfield Foods Dennis Organ and reported that the factories were Petri dishes for coronavirus. In the interview, he said that the meat industry might “were punk’d” At the end of the show, Bartiromo acknowledged that they did not do their due diligence.

Maria Bartiromo CNBC

She put together an audition tape to apply for on-screen work at CNBC. In 1993, she was hired by CNBC Executive Roger Ailes to replace CNBC analyst Roy Blumberg when she started broadcasting live on the New York Stock Exchange floor and began presenting and contributing to the Market Watch and Squawk Box segments. She is the first journalist to deliver live TV news on the New York Stock Exchange board. She was the producer and managing director of the CNBC Business Interview Show on Money with Maria Bartiromo. Starting in 2007, she hosted The Innovation Company.

Several other services were hosted, including Closing Bell (2002–2013), Retail Wrap (1998–2000), and Service Center (1997–1999). She is known for being able to book the company’s CEOs in the press to come to her show for an interview. Bartiromo appeared on TV programs such as NBC Universal’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Late Night with Conan O’Brien, CBS Television Distribution’s The Oprah Winfrey Show, Real Time with Bill Maher, Warner Bros. Television’s short-lived The Caroline Rhea Show, McEnroe, and The Colbert Report, as well as guest-hosting on Live with Regis and Kelly.

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Maria Bartiromo Age

Bartiromo is 53 years as of 2020. She was born Maria Sara Bartiromo on 11 September 1967in Brooklyn, New York, United States. She celebrates her birthday on the 11th of September every year.

Maria Bartiromo Height

Bartiromo stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m).

Maria Bartiromo Family

Bartiromo is from the Italian-American families of Vincent Bartiromo and Josephine Bartiromo. Her father operated a Brooklyn restaurant called Rex Manor, while her mother was a hostess for guests who also worked as a clerk in the off-track betting parlor. Her maternal family moved from Agrigento, Sicily, to the United States in 1898. Her grandfather, Carmine Bartiromo, arrived in New York from Nocera in Naples in 1933 and worked in the United States Army

Maria Bartiromo Husband and Children

Bartiromo is married to Jonathan Steinberg, is Chief Executive Officer of WisdomTree Investments, they married in 1999. She’s the daughter-in-law of billionaire financier Saul Steinberg. The couple has no children and lives in the hamlet of Westhampton, New York.

Maria Bartiromo Net Worth

Bartiromo has an estimated net worth of $50 million which she has earned through being a financial journalist, television personality, news anchor, and author.

Maria Bartiromo Salary

Bartiromo earns an annual salary of $10 million.

Maria Bartiromo House

Her husband purchased a $6.5 five-bedroom townhouse on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. The five-bedroom house, east of Third Avenue, has a second-floor balcony overlooking the 39-foot backyard garden, plus a two-bedroom surveillance system with a flat-screen TV. They still have a beach house in the village of Westhampton, New York.

Maria Bartiromo Donald Trump

At the outset, Bartiromo’s ratings at Fox Business were grim. During the 2016 Republican presidential nomination race, she formed an on-air friendship with Donald Trump. During Donald Trump’s presidency, she moved substantially to the right and became a champion of the Trump administration. Bartiromo agreed with and did not challenge, Trump’s statements, many of which were dismissed as misleading or unsubstantiated. She reported, without proof, that Trump had been overthrown in a “coup” in 2020. She called the unmasking of an American who was the target of a counter-intelligence investigation “the biggest political scandal we’ve ever seen”

Maria Bartiromo was blamed for not questioning Donald Trump’s false accusations of electoral fraud. She was also blamed for showing her confidence in his claims. Attorneys for Smartmatic, a voting machine corporation suspected baselessly of working with rival Dominion Voting Devices to rig the result, sent Fox News a letter urging legal action and seeking retrenchment. Fox News personalities Lou Dobbs and Jeanine Pirro have both encouraged falsehoods in their shows. One of the three shows ran the same three-minute video clip, refuting the false claims days later, but none of the three hosts individually gave retractions. The Fox News host justified itself by arguing that a substantial portion of the media was taking sides and involved in “election interference”

Maria Bartiromo Books

  • 2020; The Cost: Trump, China, and American Revival
  • 2011; The Weekend That Changed Wall Street: And How the Fallout Is Still Impacting Our World
  • 2010; The 10 Laws of Enduring Success
  • 2010; The Weekend that Changed Wall Street: An Eyewitness Account
  • 2010; The AMA Handbook of Public Relations
  • 2001; Use The News: How To Separate the Noise from the Investment Nuggets and Make Money in Any Economy
  • Choosing and Using a Broker Maria
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