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|Born||Brooklyn, New York|
|Alma mater||Columbia University (B.A., Architecture)|
|Occupation||business journalist, news anchor|
|Title||Bloomberg Radio & Bloomberg Television's Taking Stock host|
Pimm Fox is the news anchor of Taking Stock, a program of business interviews and financial news analysis broadcast daily on Bloomberg Radio. The program was previously also broadcast on Bloomberg Television. He discusses industry and market trends with guests and financial experts.
Fox was born in Brooklyn, NY in 1960. He attended New York City public schools and graduated high school from Collegiate School (New York). He earned his bachelor's degree at Columbia College, Columbia University. He served in the US Navy.
Prior to joining Bloomberg in 2006, Fox worked for the Dow Jones News Service in London, where he was in charge of financial services coverage for Europe, Middle East and Africa. He has also previously worked as the West Coast Bureau Chief and columnist for Computer World magazine and Business Editor of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Fox has been a regularly featured guest on CNBC Europe, "Squawk Box", as well as BBC News, BBC World Service and ITV News. His articles have appeared in Institutional Investor, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and Barron's.
- Taking Stock (since 2006)
- Hilzenrath, David S. (October 19, 2010). "Bank of America disputes amount of mortgages needing refunds". The Washington Post. Retrieved 27 June 2011.
- "Bio: Pimm Fox", Bloomberg website
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