American business journalist, Jenny Harris is the executive TV producer for the television news program, Moneyline on CNN network. She is also a news contributor for many news magazines, including Nature, Archives of Disease in Childhood, and Reuters. Currently, she is working as an executive producer of an editorial news program, Lou Dobbs Tonight on Fox Business.
Jenny was born in 1970 in New York, United States. She is the daughter of Jay Harris (father), who was the counselor of Hall Dickler Kent Goldstein & Wood and Marie Masters (mother), who played the role of Dr. Susan Stewart on CBS sitcom, As the World Turns. She grew up with her twin sister, Jesse Harris, a Grammy Award-winning musician. Apart from this, she is a married woman.
Jenny & David's Married Life
Jenny Harri and her husband, David Faber, an American journalist and news reporter for CNBC News are committed to a blissful marital relationship. The pair united as husband and wife on 16th January 2000 at the Rainbow Room venue located in New York City, NY.
The couple's marriage was a Jewish ceremony performed by Rabbi Judith Lewis. At the time of their nuptial, the bride was five years younger than the groom, who was 35 years old at that time.
The pair are currently living a joyful life while maintaining a strong bond in their relationship. The couple also celebrates their anniversary every year on the 16th of January. Recently, they celebrated their 19th wedding anniversary, but yet to welcome children in their life.
Net Worth in Thousands
Jenny Harris maintains a total fortune of $250 Thousand as of 2019. She earns a subsequent salary from her journalism works. Likewise, the average salary of an executive producer at Fox Business News is $67,013 per year. So, her annual income might be listed in a similar range.
Meanwhile, Jenney's spouse also has an impressive net value of $40 Million and receives a payroll of an experience news reporter at CNBC, which is $83,341 per year. Just like him, some other journalists, including Aditi Roy and Josh Lipton are garnering a good profit at CNBC.
Actively Working as an Executive Producer in the Journalism Field
The 49-years-old journalist, Jenney started her career as a news correspondent for a news journal, Nature. Later, she began to report for other news leading journals, Archives of Disease in Childhood, and Reuters. Currently, she is producing a New-York-based news program, Moneyline News Hour, on CNN.
Check out the 25 years of David Faber's Journalism Career
On the other hand, Jenney's husband pursued his career as a news reporter for a news magazine, Institutional Investor. He further hosted many news shows, including Squawk on the Street and Squawk Box on CNBC. He is currently serving as a news reporter for CNBC News Networks since 1993.
Harris' Husband (David)'s Publication Works
Jenney's husband, Faber wrote his first book, The Faber Report: CNBC's "The Brain" Tells You How Wall Street Really Works and How You Can Make It Work for You. The book is about the prominent reporting of David's news covers and stories from Wall Street.
The price of Fabe's book is listed at $16.67 in hardcover, which consists of 35 used ($1.49), five new ($12.00), and six collectible ($6.95). Similarly, it also costs $18.99, but you can buy it for $4.03, saving $14.96 (79%).
Faber's second book, And Then the Roof Caved In: How Wall Street's Greed and Stupidity Brought Capitalism to Its Knees is about the causes and consequences of the financial status of the U. S. government.
The book received four out of five stars from 80 ratings. Currently, it prizes $16.95, but you purchase it for $15.72 in paperback, which includes 34 used ($2.70) and ten new ($11.73). It also costs $11.35 in the Kindle edition.
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