NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
FOX Business Network (FBN) has named five anchors from the FOX News Channel (FNC) business team, announced Kevin Magee, Executive Vice President, FOX News. They join Neil Cavuto, Senior Vice President and Managing Editor of Business News, and Alexis Glick, Director of Business News.
The anchors include: David Asman; Cheryl Casone; Rebecca Gomez; Dagen McDowell, and Stuart Varney. FBN will also draw upon FNC anchors Brenda Buttner of Bulls and Bears and Terry Keenan, business correspondent and anchor of Cashin’ In. All will retain their current roles on FNC.
David Asman is currently the host of Forbes on Fox and has been with FNC since 1997, when he joined as weekday anchor for Fox News Live. Prior to FOX, Asman held numerous roles at The Wall Street Journal including editorial features editor.
Cheryl Casone has been a correspondent for FNC’s business unit since November 2006, providing hourly market updates for FoxNews.com and partner site Yahoo! Finance. Before joining FNC, she was a freelance business correspondent for CNN, primarily reporting from the New York Stock Exchange.
Rebecca Gomez serves as a business correspondent for FNC with regular appearances on Your World with Neil Cavuto and the Cost of Freedom business block on Saturdays. She joined FNC when the network launched in 1996, and prior to that position she was an anchor/reporter at Lifetime Television.
Dagen McDowell has served as a business correspondent for FNC since 2003, appearing regularly on Your World with Neil Cavuto and Cashin’ In. McDowell was previously the author of a personal finance column for TheStreet.com called “Dear Dagen.”
Stuart Varney has been part of FNC’s business team since 2004, most recently as a business contributor and substitute host for Your World with Neil Cavuto. Before joining FNC, Varney was the host of CNBC’s Wall Street Editorial Board with Stuart Varney.
Owned by News Corp., FOX News, headed by Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, operates the FOX Business Network (FBN), FOX News Channel (FNC), FOX News Radio, Foxnews.com, while producing FOX News Sunday, The Radio Factor and FOX News Edge. FNC has been the number one cable news channel for five years running and is available in more than 90 million homes in the United States and 108 countries internationally.