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An American journalist, as well as a senior correspondent, Dominic Chu, serves CNBC based in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Most of the time, he appears at CNBC's Business Day Programming and contributes to CNBC.com as well.
The famous journalist was born in the United States of America, where another CNBC journalist Mary Thompson was born. The exact date of his birth is still unknown. Regarding his ethnicity, Dominic is Asian and holds American nationality.
Dominic Chu's Marital Life
Talented CNBC journalist is a married man as of now. On 14th February 2012, Chu spotted a wedding package right side to Pizzahut and said that he would get married on Valentine's Day.
After that, Dominic remained silent and did not talk about his weddings, which is now revealed. Dominic, however, did not disclose the name of his spouse.
On 26th July 2013, his friend named Julie Hyman posted on her Twitter account, saying it was a sad day for her to see Dominic getting married to @megharita33.
To date, Dominic has not mentioned the details about his wife and children. Maybe, he does not wish to reveal details about his family, or some of his fans assume that Dominic gets shy when it comes to his partner.
From their nuptials, Dominic and his partner share a child, a daughter named Elizabeth Chu (born in March 2017).
Journalism Career Startup
The famous news reporter graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in hotel administration via Cornell University.
The Chu currently serves as s senior markets correspondents for CNBC, based in Global Headquarters, New Jersey. Dominic, moreover, he serves at CNBC's Business Day programming. He is also an active contributor of CNBC.com.
Before CNBC, Chu worked at Bloomberg Television as New York-based market correspondents. During the time, he also covered the currency, stock, commodities, and bond markets.
During an interview with Dominic, he was asked about what changes would you bring if you were ahead of a journalism school?
''I don’t think any kind of broadcast media job is ever easy right off the bat. I came into this role with no real experience with broadcast journalism. I’ve done public speaking before but nothing really prepares you for what it’s like to stare into a camera lens and know that you’re on live television. I think for me, the hardest thing to get used to at first was this idea that when you’re going on air, you have to be “on” right away.''
In addition, Dominic interviewed some of the world's prominent business executives and managers. Chu also brings impressive ideas in the field of financial business.
Hurricane Sandy Coverage
Hurricane Sandy is one of the biggest Superstorm, which caused almost $70 billion in damage. This is also known as the second-costliest hurricane until Hurricane Maria and Harvey, which happened in 2017.
Dominic was of the early reporter to cover the sandstorm and damages, which occurred on 22nd October 2012 and ended on 2nd November. The disaster affected many places such as Bahamas, Greater Antilles, Bermuda, eastern Canada, and the eastern United States
Boston Marathon Bombing Exploration
During his time on Bloomberg television, Dominic also covered 15th April 2013 annual Boston Marathon blast; two pressure-cooker bombs exploded up to 210 yards near the finish line.
Due to the explosion, three people died, Krystle Campbell, 29, Martin Richard, 8, and Lu Lingzi, 23, more than hundreds of people wounded, and sixteen of them lost their limbs. A police officer, Sean Collier was also shot to death in his cruiser.
Later on, two suspects came out Tamerlan Tsarnaev and his brother, Dzhokhar standing near the finish line 10-20 minutes before the explosion. On April 19, Tamerlan died in the gunfight with police, and Dzhokhar was caught later and was sentenced to death on May 15, 2015.
The famous journalist and news correspondent makes a staggering money every year as his salary. Chu is working for CNBC for more than a decade, and undoubtedly, he receives an enormous remuneration.
As per some sources, the average annual wage of a CNBC reporter is $117,532. Hence we can assume the yearly income of Dominic concerning his status and experience.
Dominic's total net worth is estimated to be $2 million as of 2019, which is more than another CNBC journalist Scott McGrew with a whole wealth of $1 million.
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