Have you ever wondered what's the salary and net worth of CNBC's correspondent Josh Lipton?
Lipton, whose stories have appeared in Rolling Stone, The American Lawyer, and The Wall Street Journal have earned a considerable amount of name and fame. He has not described much about his personal life, salary, and net worth and we cannot even find him in the wiki.
Looking at his lifestyle and personality he seems pretty wealthy. Josh Lipton, who spent 15 years of his life in journalism, spent the first ten years of his career as a print reporter, freelancing for Rolling Stone and The Wall Street Journal, among other publications.
Current CNBC's Technology Correspondent was a Staff Writer Before
Josh was a staff writer at Minyan Ville which was an online financial news source. There, he covered the capital markets and also served as a staff writer for Forbes. He was assigned to report on contributed stock recommendations and investigative feature stories.
Josh Lipton now works as CNBC's technology correspondent from CNBC's San Francisco bureau.
He Worked in Forbes to Discover his Passion for Business Reporting
On "Forbes on Fox", the internationally syndicated news program based on financial markets, Lipton appeared weekly.
While working in Forbes he discovered his passion for business reporting where he was lucky to be able to work with some of the brightest editors like Matt Schifrin, John Dobosz, and Mitch Martin. Among them, Matt and John are still in Forbes whereas Mitch has moved to Bloomberg
The Bachelor Degree Holder Moved to Bloomberg TV after Forbes
After working in Forbes Josh moved to Bloomberg Television and there he was handling all market coverage, develop reports on stock, bonds, currencies, and commodities. He holds a Bachelor degree in Arts and a masters degree from Colgate University and both the London School of Economics and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism respectively.
He joined CNBC at first as an on-air markets reporter at its Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. He has dedicated a tremendous amount of time and resources to create himself as an accomplished journalist. He works with CNBC's best team of reporters and producers and he mines the markets every day for real-time news and analysis.