Joseph Richard Kernen, who started working in CNBC as an On-Air Stocks Editor in the year 1991, celebrated his 25th year with CNBC on June 10, 2016. This veteran news anchor with the net worth of $14 million and an annual salary of $22 million has received a Bachelor's degree in Molecular, cellular and developmental biology from the University of Colorado-Boulder.
Joseph Graduated from MIT's Center for Cancer Research
Joseph graduated from MIT's Center for cancer Research and focused on mouse erythroleukemia cells, there. As a result, his research was published in well-known scientific journals. He was an in-studio reporter in 1995 and began financial market analysis show. His contribution helped in his promotion as a co-host of CNBC's Squawk Box in 2005.
The Accomplished Journalist and an Author
After receiving his master degree in molecular biology, from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, he gained lots of experience as a stockbroker (for ten years). Then, the accomplished journalist joined Financial News Network. Joseph is also an author of a book named “Your Teacher Said What? Defending Our Kids from the Liberal Assault on Capitalism".
what election pic.twitter.com/eh2fRmz4R9— Joe Kernen (@JoeSquawk) July 31, 2016
Joe’s Wife has an Interest in Golfing
Joseph Kernen is married to a former commodities trader and CNBC''s ex-producer Phenelope. In 1998, a day before they got married, they were playing golf, which clearly explains how interested is his wife in the sports.