On the Money (2013 TV series)
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|On the Money|
|Also known as||The Wall Street Journal Report|
|Genre||Sunday morning talk show|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Distributor||NBCUniversal Television Distribution|
|Original release||September 4, 1970– present|
On the Money, formerly The Wall Street Journal Report, is an American syndicated weekly television program aired on Saturday, Sunday or early Monday morning, depending on the station, and on Sunday evenings on CNBC and hosted by Becky Quick. Political, business, and economic figures are interviewed on the show; guests have included Henry Paulson and Colin Powell.
The Wall Street Journal Report was premiered on September 4, 1970. Maria Bartiromo joined the show in September 2004, replacing Consuelo Mack as its host. The show features interviews, discussions, weekly job reports, stock market updates, and stories about the economy. The show was renamed On the Money with Maria Bartiromo from the January 6, 2013 broadcast with the end of CNBC's content agreement with the Wall Street Journal owner Dow Jones & Company, which was purchased by News Corporation (owners of CNBC's competitor Fox Business Network) in 2007; On the Money had previously been the title of a daily program on CNBC from 2005 to 2009. Bartiromo left CNBC on November 22, 2013, moving to Fox Business Network and making that weekend's On the Money her last. The program was subsequently re-titled On the Money and since then has been hosted by CNBC's Becky Quick, who also appears on Squawk Box.
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