Brenda Buttner Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 17 Sep, 2018
Facts of Brenda Buttner
Date of Birth: 1961 , May-22
Age: 57 years old
Birth Nation: United States of America
Height: 5 Feet 6 Inch
Name Brenda Buttner
Nationality Ameriacn
Birth Place/City Santa Cruz, California
Ethnicity White
Profession Correspondent
Working For FOX News, FOX Business,
Net Worth $ 3 million
Hair Color Brown
Weight in KG N/A
Married Yes
Married to Tom Adkins (m. 2006)
Divorce Tom Adkins (m. 2010)
Education Harvard University, University of Oxford
TV Show The Money Club
Died February 20, 2017
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Brenda Buttner was a well-known American business correspondent. She hosted Bulls and Bears on Fox News Channel from 2002-2016.

Buttner died on February 17, 2017, following a battle with cancer. She also contributed to an American news and business television program called Your World with Neil Cavuto on Fox News Channel.

Buttner also worked for other channels like NBC, CNBC and The New York Times. 

Early Life and Education of Brenda Buttner 

Brenda Buttner was born on May 22, 1961, in Santa Cruz County, California, U.S. She spent most of her childhood days in California with her parents and siblings. Brenda Buttner was of American nationality and belonged to White-American ethnicity.

Buttner completed her education from the Harvard University and graduated in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in social studies.

Brenda Buttner attended at Balliol College, Oxford University, England. She graduated from Rhodes Scholar with high honors and received a B.A. in politics and economics.

Brenda Buttner's Career

After finishing her studies at Oxford, she planned to begin her television career that she was highly anticipated in. Buttner thus moved to Reno, Nevada, where she began her television career at NBC affiliate KCRL-TV.

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Brenda performed really well while she was on NBC and was often appreciated for her work. Buttner then worked as a feature editor of Cycle World magazine which is an enthusiast motorcycle publication. 

Buttner began hosting CNBC’s The Money Club and served as a Washington correspondent from 1990 to 1993 and later went on to serve as a general correspondent from 1995 to 1998 for the cable outlet.

Brenda then moved on to work for Fox News Channel. She worked as a senior business correspondent and the host of Bulls & Bears on Fox News Channel before she started her battle against cancer. Her work has been and will always be appreciated by all her audience and her colleagues. 

Brenda Buttner's Net Worth-Salary, and Income 

Brenda Buttner's net worth was estimated to be around $3 million. She had earned a huge amount of salary working for Fox News Channel and as a business correspondent as well. 

Buttner received numerous awards for her work, including a Cable Ace award in 1996 for best business programming (The Money Club) and a National Clarion award in 1990 for the best news story. In addition, many of her personal finance articles have been published in popular publications such as The New York Times and Ladies' Home Journal.

Brenda Buttner's Personal Life 

Brenda Buttner was mostly focused on her work and had little time for a calm date. Buttner met her ex-husband Tom Adkins in 2005 and they fell in love eventually. They were married from 2005-10. 

Adkins is a well-known American political pundit, political writer, and real estate, investor. Buttner and Adkins split up and had a divorce in 2010. Brenda had two children named Rebecca and Rachel.

Buttner who was an avid motorcycle aficionado once rode her bike cross-country and also received the distinction of becoming the first female editor of a motorcycle magazine, Cycle World which is a great accomplishment in itself. Here is the short video of her facts, you shouldn't miss it. 

Buttner has established herself as a great business correspondent and has garnered plentiful awards for her work which includes a Cable Ace award in 1996 for best business programming and also a National Clarion Award for the best news story in 1990. Many of Buttner’s articles have been published in The New York Times and Ladies' Home Journal.

Death

Buttner passed away on February 20, 2017, at the age of 55 following a battle with cancer. Her colleagues Eric Bolling and Dagen McDowell paid tribute to their deceased friend on their Tweets. With her death, the whole business journalism fraternity has lost a gem and her absence will take ages to be compensated. May her soul rest in peace.

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