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An eminent American news presenter, correspondent and reporter, Margaret Brennan is best known for her work as general assignment correspondent at CBS News. The beautiful news presenter was born in Stamford, Connecticut. In 2002, she held her graduation degree from the ‘University of Virginia’ majoring in ‘Foreign Affairs’ and ‘Middle East Studies’. She has also studied at Yarmouk University located in Irbid, Jordan. She started her news reporting career joining CNBC network. Brenan also worked as a contributor at NBC’s show ‘Today’ and ‘NBC Nightly News’. She has taken interviews of many famous personalities like ‘Christine Lagarde’, ‘George Soros’ and ‘Tony Blair’. In addition to this, she has also helped to anchor the Bloomberg’s ‘2012 Republican presidential Candidate debate’. She gained wide attention when she was appointed as a ‘General Assignment Reporter’ at CNBC. While working at the network, she has taken interviews of former Wal-Mart’s CEO, Lee Scott. She has also conducted interview with Irish Prime Minister, Brian Cowen.
Margaret started her business career as a producer at CNBC in 2002. She worked as a writer and researcher who invited the guest on the weekly program ‘Louis Rukeyser’s Wall Street’. Later she served as a producer in the television business news program ‘Street Signs’. In 2009, she left the CNBC network and became associated with Bloomberg Television where she worked as an anchor of 10 a.m. hour show. In the year 2012, she became the host of the show called ‘InBusiness’. In the show, she covered the major political, economic and financial news. Brenan became associated with CBS News where she worked as State Department correspondent. She also served as substitute anchor on the show called ‘CBS This Morning’ and ‘CBS Evening News’. In 2010, she was awarded with the ‘Fulbright Award for International Understanding’. As of 2014, she is earning an estimated annual salary amount of $300000 and her total net worth amount is estimated to be $5 million.