The Edge (CNBC)
|Format||business news program, talk show|
|Presented by||Ted David (March 2000-February 2002)
Bill Griffeth (1999-March 2000)
Sue Herera (1997-1999)
|Country of origin||United States|
|Original run||October 6, 1997 – February 1, 2002|
|Preceded by||Business Tonight & Bull Session|
|Followed by||Business Center|
The Edge was an evening business news talk show aired weekdays on CNBC from October 6, 1997 to February 1, 2002.
The Edge works to give investors a competitive "edge" by tracking emerging trends in business and the financial markets, delving into new cutting "edge" products and technologies, moving inside the world of aggressive investors on the "edge," and featuring opposing predictions from top analysts and business leaders trying to get a word in "edgewise."
- The Edge was only a half hour program to replace Business Tonight in c. 1998, aired from 6:30 to 7pm ET.
- In c. 1999, it was expanded to one hour, aired from 6 to 7.
- In c. 2000, it was shortened to half hour again, aired from 6 to 6:30.
- In c. 2001, it was moved to 7:30 to 8pm timeslot, and ended its run.
The Edge anchors
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