Sue covers the markets for TheStreet with the Opening Bell, Analysts' Actions, Midday Report and the Closing Bell. She also interviews top business leaders and executives of publicly traded companies. She comes from CNN, where she was the Editorial Producer for CNN’s U.S. Business News unit. Previously, Sue spent five years at CNBC covering breaking financial news, including the credit crisis and the stock market “flash crash” of 2010 from the New York Stock Exchange. She also reported on-air for CNBC Korea as its New York-based correspondent. Sue started her broadcast news career at CNN-FN where she was awarded an Emmy recognition for the coverage of the 9/11 attacks and then moved over to MSNBC before coming back to business news reporting on air for First Business Morning News in Chicago.
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