Acronym for a subsidiary of the National Broadcasting firm, NBC, that provides business and financial news. In 1989 NBC and Cablevision agreed on a deal to operate this network. Some of CNBC’s most well-known current personalities include Jim Cramer and Sue Herera. CNBC uses a variety of methods to deliver news to its viewers including television, radio, wireless and online sources.
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