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How much was Simon Hobbs paid by CNBC? Find out the journalist's net worth and salary, here!

News by Clarence Published on 19 Jul,2016 Updated on 23 Jul,2017

Straight forward, Sharp and tricky this British gentleman know how to play his cards and get the answers that people deserve. We are talking about CNBC's host Simon Hobbs. Hobbs worked CNBC from 1998-2016. He left the agency in July 2016

His early career started as a radio producer for Sky News, He also worked for BBC and Reuters for a short period of time. CNBC Europe Today's former host Hobbs initially co-presented Squawk Box Europe, As an Englishman and resident of Chelsea Hobbs, is well known about Europe. Currently, Hobbs 

Simon Hobbs Net Worth, Income Sources

CNBC is certainly one of the best paying channels. And Simmon Hobbs was obviously one of the best-paid journalists for CNBC network as per our sources, Simon Hobbs usually received more than $40K per month and has the net worth around $4 Million. The figure may grow up as he recently sold his Grand apartment in Chelsea.

Simon Hobbs, Source: CNBC

Some of his former CNBC's programs are like Europe Today, Today's Business, European Closing Bell and Europe Tonight. He formerly co-hosted Questions for the Future with Ross Westgate, His most impressive series on CNBC Europe was an interview series called The Leaders.

Simmon Hobbs' Career

As a co-host of Power Lunch, he worked as a stand-in presenter before taking up co-anchoring duties on "Squawk on the Street" The Englishman now does second hour's part of the show.

The British national is linked with lots of controversies in his shows. On June 27, 2014, he  "outed" Apple CEO Tim Cook as gay on his own show Squawk on the Street. He is also known for arguing with Donald Trump on the issue of Refunding people with their investment on Donald's building project. The Englishman also had an on-air dispute with Mad money's host Jim Cramer when he pointed out Cramer's wrong suggestion of telling people to "Bear Stearns". 

Despite his controversies people like Simmon Hobbs and call him a needed devil of CNBC style and his aggressive way of questioning People, is the one reason for his popularity as well as criticism.

Simmon Hobbs recently moved from CNBC stationed in London to CNBC Newyork with no family so he is not married and has no wife or spouses. The British gentleman may have a girlfriend but that does not close the door for American ladies who are attracted to Hobbs because sophisticated British gentlemen have always been considered desirable in America.  He ended his 15 year CNBC career in July 2016.

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