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|Presented by||Ron Insana
|Country of origin||United States|
|Location(s)||New York Stock Exchange
|Running time||120 minutes|
|Original release||1997– December 5, 2003|
|Preceded by||The Money Club|
- Business Center was only a half-hour program to replace The Money Club, aired from 7 to 7:30 pm ET in 1997.
- In c. 2000, it was expanded to 60 minutes, aired from 6:30 to 7:30. It also started airing from the New York Stock Exchange.
- In c. 2001, it was expanded to 90 minutes, aired from 6 to 7:30.
- In 2002, it was expanded again to 120 minutes, aired from 5 to 7 pm.
- In late 2002, 6:30 to 7 pm timeslot was once replaced by Checkpoint CNBC with Martha MacCallum (and later replaced by Tom Costello), and Business Center was restored to 90 minutes.
- Ultimately, both Checkpoint CNBC and Business Center were cancelled on December 5, 2003 as they were replaced by Kudlow & Cramer and Bullseye, respectively.
Business Center anchors
Business Center Reporters
Worldwide Business Center
Around CNBC's global branches, there are many counterparts of Business Center in the world:
|CNBC Asia||Business Center||(2000-10-30—2005-02-15)||Martin Soong, Grace Phan||CNBC Tonight|
|CNBC Australia||Business Centre Australia||(2001-01-01—2004-01-02)||Mark Laudi, Amanda Drury||Business Center|
|CNBC Europe||Business Centre Europe||(2001-01-15—2001–09)||Sarah Clements (until mid-2001), Emma Crosby (mid-2001 onwards)||N/A|
|CNBC-TV18||Business Center||(2005—2009)||India Business Hour|
|India Business Hour||(1999—2005 / 2009—present)||N/A|
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