Albany, New York, U.S.
|Occupation||Anchor, Fox Business Network|
|Title||Business News Anchor, Journalist, Writer and Columnist|
|Spouse(s)||Ronald Kass, 1994-present|
Terry Keenan is an economic/business columnist for the New York Post, and an anchor for the Cable News Network (CNN). Keenan was the host of the FOX Business Network's stocks/investment news program Cashin' In from 2002 to 2009, and a senior business correspondent for the Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network. In September 2009 left Fox News, although she is an economic/business columnist for the New York Post which is owned by NewsCorp also the parent company of Fox.
Born in Albany, New York, Terry has two sisters. She earned an undergraduate degree in mathematics at Johns Hopkins University in 1983. After graduation, she worked at CNN from 1986–1995 in various capacities. Keenan worked behind the camera as a producer before moving into an on-air role. In 1995, Terry jumped to CNBC, where she handled anchoring duties until returning to CNNfn in 1998 as an on-air program host.
Terry has been married to Ronald Kass, a vice-president of a manufacturer of home decorating/furnishing products, since April 1994. They have also had a son Benjamin.
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