Early Life and Education
Mark Haines was born on 19th of April, 1946 in Oyster Bay, New York, United States of America. Mark resided in Monmouth County, New Jersey, and grew up in Oyster Bay, New York. He spent his childhood in Oyster Bay, New York.
Mark Haines joined was Denison University and later admitted to the University of Pennsylvania Law School in 1989. Moreover, he was also a member of the New Jersey bar a s sociation.
Initially, Mark Haines worked as a news anchor for KYW-TV in Philadelphia. Mark also worked at WABC-TV in New York and WPRI-TV in Providence. He took part in a 1974 reenactment of the War of the Worlds radio broadcast.
Cary Grant considered Mark Haines as his favorite TV reporter. Later in the year 1989, he joined the newly created CNBC network. He worked there as the host of TV shows Squawk on the Street and Squawk Box. He was on the air when news of the September 11 attacks first broke in the year 2001. In July 29, 2007, his show Squawk on the Street was expanded from one hour to two, after the co-anchor Liz Claman of Morning Call left to co-anchor Fox Business Network.
Besides that, Mark Haines also presented a financial segment prior to the market open each day on MSNBC’s Morning Joe. Popular co-anchor, Erin Burnett accompanied Mark Haines on the show Squawk on the Street. Erin moved on to CNN just weeks before Mark’s death. He was a very hard working and dedicated person. His entire career was clean and completely free from controversies. His death was a great loss to CNBC.
Marriage and personal life
Not much is known about Mark’s previous affair. But, Mark Haines was married to Cindy. The couple had a daughter and a son and had a beautiful life together. Unfortunately, in the year 2011, his wife reported about his death. Cindy told the media that he was found dead at his home situated at Marlboro in New Jersey.
He died at the dawn time of 24th May at the age of sixty five. Sources reported that he pa s sed away just due to cardiomegaly and congestive failure of his heart. However, the pathologists didn’t approve it. There was silence on the NYSE trading floor. A program about his life and career aired that evening on CNBC.
Height, Salary, and Net worth
Mark Haines stood tall and smart with a medium height and charismatic personality. His net worth is estimated to be $7.5 million acc u mulated from his high and notable salary as a host. However exact figure regarding his salary is yet to be found.
by Bchrome, 14 Mar, 2017