|Betty W. Liu|
|Born||1973 (age 42–43)
|Residence||Millburn, New Jersey |
|Alma mater||University of Pennsylvania (B.A., English, 1995) |
|Occupation||journalist, news anchor, author|
|Notable credit(s)||Bloomberg Television's news anchor, host of "In The Loop With Betty Liu", author of "Age Smart"|
|Television||"In the Loop with Betty Liu"|
|Spouse(s)||Benjamin L. Walter (married 2002–2006)
Bill (married 2009–present)
|Children||Dylan and Zachary (born July 21, 2004)|
|Awards||Dow Jones Newswires Award (1997)|
Betty W. Liu is a news anchor for Bloomberg Television, a subsidiary of Bloomberg L.P. An award-winning business journalist, Liu regularly interviews influential business, political and media leaders including Warren Buffett, Carlos Slim, Ted Turner and Lloyd Blankfein.
Liu was born in Hong Kong, moved to the United States when she was three years old, and from age twelve was raised in Philadelphia. She attended Central High School and then graduated magna cum laude in 1995 from the University of Pennsylvania with a degree in English.
She has been married twice, first to Ohio neurologist Benjamin L. Walter (whom she married on September 14, 2002 and divorced in 2006) and currently to William, an Australian news executive whom she met in Hong Kong.
She is fluent in Mandarin, and speaks some Cantonese Chinese.
After she left Dow Jones, she worked for several years as the Atlanta Bureau Chief for the Financial Times, where she broke stories on top corporate and political leaders such as Coca-Cola ex-chief executive Douglas Daft, former Home Depot CEO Bob Nardelli, and former U.S. President Jimmy Carter.
Returning to Asia as an anchor and correspondent for CNBC Asia, Liu covered the daily market action in the Greater China region for all of CNBC's morning shows, including for CNBC's Squawk Box.
She currently works for Bloomberg Television, formerly anchoring "In the Loop with Betty Liu" from its inception in 2007 until the show's cancelation in June 2015, which was replaced with "Market Movers". Liu continues to appear during the mid-day hours on Bloomberg television. She also hosted "In the Loop, At the Half" on Bloomberg Radio.
In 1997, she received a Dow Jones Newswires Award for her coverage of the Asian financial crisis.
Her coverage while at FT of the biggest Fortune 500 companies based in the South (Coca-Cola, Home Depot, UPS, FedEx) earned her a spot on TJFR's "Top 30 business journalists under 30 list" three years in a row (2000–2002).
On October 27, 2011, Betty Liu became the first female and Asian student to be inducted into Central High School's Alumni Hall of Fame.
In 2012, Bloomberg TV ran an advertising campaign incorrectly touting Liu as "Pulitzer Prize-nominated". When contacted by msnbc.com, Bloomberg TV acknowledged the error and said it would correct the ads. The same claim of a Pulitzer nomination was made by the publisher of her biography, Age Smart: Discovering the Fountain of Youth at Midlife and Beyond.
- Jeffrey A. Rosensweig, Ph.D. and Betty Liu, Age Smart: Discovering the Fountain of Youth at Midlife and Beyond (Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Prentice Hall, April 2006 ISBN 978-0-13-186762-8)
- Betty Liu, Work Smarts: What CEOs Say You Need To Know to Get Ahead (Hoboken, New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons, December 9, 2013 ISBN 978-1-118-74467-3)
- Anderson, Susan. "In the loop with Betty Liu", The Star-Ledger, September 21, 2010
- "PROFILE: Falling into the Loop". The Pennsylvania Gazette, University of Pennsylvania, January/February 2013
- CNBCFix: "CNBC Star Profiles"
- Judicial View: Case View: "Walter v Liu"
- "Balancing Act", Park Place Magazine, March 2011
- Greppi, Michele. "TV Week: Betty Liu, Host of Bloomberg TV's 'Starting Bell'". TV Week. Retrieved 2009-07-29.
- "Betty Liu". Financial Times Press. Retrieved 2009-07-29.
- "Liu Says Despite 'Less Bad News', 'People are Still Worried'". TV Newser. Retrieved 2009-07-29.
- "CNBC Asia has added Betty Liu (Hong Kong) and Sri Jegarajah (Singapore)". Television Asia. Retrieved 2009-07-29.
- "Schedule-shows - Bloomberg Business". Bloomberg.
- "Past NewsBios 30 Under 30 Award Winners". NewsBios. Archived from the original on 2013-10-23. Retrieved 2009-07-29.
- Central High School Hall of Fame, The Associated Alumni of The Central High School of Philadelphia, Central High School, Philadelphia.