Michelle Caruso Cabrera is an American business news reporter. She was born in the year 1967 and currently works for CNBC television as the Chief International Correspondent. Previously, she served as the co-host of the Worldwide Exchange program. On October 19, 2007, Caruso-Cabrera announced that she would be departing from the show. Besides that, she also works as a General Assignment Reporter for CNBC.com. Caruso-Cabrera started appearing regularly on Power Lunch in an analyst capacity, as part of CNBC's extensive market coverage. She had formerly co-anchored that same program alongside Bill Griffeth from 2002 to 2003 and was replaced as an anchor by Sue Herera. Caruso-Cabrera is a 1991 graduate of Wellesley College and has a degree in economics. Before her association with CNBC in 1998, she served as a reporter at WTSP-TV in St. Petersburg, Florida. Prior to WTSP, she was a reporter and later a special projects producer for Univision. During her time there, she won an Emmy Award for a five-part series on children with AIDS and also received the 2004Broadcaster of the Year award from the National Association of Hispanic Journalists. He has also authored a book titled You Know I'm Right: More Prosperity, Less Government.
Starting from the bottom, Michelle has come a long way to the top. Her struggle has turned out to be fruitful as she has improved herself to become a qualified professional. In career spanning around two decades, Caruso-Cabrera has worked hard to establish herself as one of the top news personalities. She has always done her best which has earned her a lot of fame as well as fortune. By now, she has accumulated a good sum of money. Her net worth is yet to be revealed but it can be guessed to be quite high. She definitely receives a handsome salary for her excellent work. Like her net worth, her salary has been kept hidden and has not been disclosed yet by any major sites.
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