In April 2019, Jackie DeAngelis started working as a finance correspondent for the FOX Business Network (FBN). She reports on urgent business news in this role from the network’s New York headquarters.
DeAngelis took part in FBN’s capitalism vs. socialism town hall in May 2019, when she gave an unique five-day segment series on the topic of the expanding economic dispute between the two opposing philosophies. In August 2020, she spoke with Wilbur Ross, the secretary of commerce for the United States.
DeAngelis spent 13 years at CNBC before joining FBN, where she served as the network’s top energy correspondent and the host of the Futures Now online commodities show. During her time there, DeAngelis delivered market reports to CNBC’s daily programming and wrote on the financial effects of various events, including Hurricanes Irma, Harvey, and the protests against the Dakota Access Pipeline. DeAngelis was based in the Middle East between 2010 and 2011, where she conducted interviews for CNBC International with prominent business figures including OPEC Secretary General Abdalla El-Badri and Saudi Arabia’s Finance Minister Ibrahi Al-Assaf.
Earlier in her career, DeAngelis held the position of Director of Strategic Programming and Development at CNBC, where she produced the Emmy Award-nominated programme Investing in America: A CNBC Town Hall Event with President Obama. In this role, she also produced a number of network exclusives with industry heavyweights, including President Bill Clinton, former Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, and Berkshire Hathaway Chairman and CEO Warren Buffett.
DeAngelis left CNBC for Yahoo Finance in December 2018, where she worked as the host of the lunchtime show The Ticker. In this capacity, DeAngelis interviewed corporate executives and subject matter experts including U.S. Shell President Gretchen Watkins and JPMorgan Chief Economist Anthony Chan in addition to breaking down the most important financial headlines of the day.
DeAngelis earned a Cum Laude Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University in Asian studies and history. He also has a Juris Doctor from Rutgers School of Law. She began her career as a technology analyst at Oaktree Capital Management, where she found prospects for investments in developing economies. She speaks Farsi and Mandarin with ease.