Eric Chemi CNBC Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth, Wife, Wedding

Eric Chemi Biography

Eric Chemi is the American sports business reporter for CNBC, based at the network’s global headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. He joined CNBC in 2014.

Eric Chemi Age

The talented journalist is yet to disclose his age.

Eric Chemi Height

Chemi’s Height is unknown.

Eric Chemi Wife | Wedding

Chemi married her longtime girlfriend, Kelly Evans in April 2017. Kelly Evans is an American star journalist and famous co-anchor as well. Evans is popularly known as a co-host of Closing Bell on the CNBC business news channel.

Eric Chemi Education

Chemi graduated with a degree in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Eric Chemi Salary and Net Worth

Chemi earns between $602K – $684K from CNBC as an anchor. Due to his notable anchoring skills for a long period, he has been able to accumulate an estimated net worth of $1 million U.S dollars.

Eric Chemi Career

Eric Chemi joined CNBC in late 2014 as a senior editor at large, focusing on data-driven stories across all industries and sectors. He also covers consumer-driven stories. Chemi reported extensively on national anthem protests by NFL players in 2017 and the FBI’s investigation into bribery in college basketball. He covered the controversy about daily fantasy sports and their legality in 2015.

He started his CNBC career as a senior editor-at-large, focusing on data-driven stories across all industries and sectors. Before joining CNBC, he worked at Bloomberg TV and Business week as head of data and research. Before that, Chemi worked as a hedge fund trader at Fortress Investment Group and as a proprietary trader at JPMorgan.

Chemi has interviewed various sports leaders, including Adam Silver, Rob Manfred, Gary Bettman, David Stern, Jerry Jones, Arthur Blank, Tom Ricketts, Roger Penske, Michael Eisner, Scott Boras, Kobe Bryant, Rafael Nadal, Shaquille O’Neal, and Charles Barkley.Chemi covered the Supreme Court’s decision to allow sports gambling across the country in 2018.