Jennifer Westhoven covers the economy, business and cash for HLN, with an emphasis on how these accounts actually influence watchers. She has been important for the HLN Morning Show “Morning Express with Robin Meade” since 2006. She is based at CNN base camp in Atlanta. anchors
Westhoven joined CNN in May 2000, working for both CNN and CNNfn, CNN’s previous monetary news organization, covering numerous accounts live from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). She has covered stories remembering the monetary breakdown for 2008, the positions market, the Sept. eleventh psychological oppressor assaults, the Enron embarrassment, and the rising Chinese economy. Her updates incorporate the most recent news from Corporate America, Wall Street and individual account, and how they influence purchasers actually.
Before CNN, Westhoven worked at the global news organization Reuters. She covered the securities exchange’s climb during the tech blast, talked with top figures in the budgetary world including financial exchange investigator Abby Joseph Cohen of Goldman Sachs, Tyco’s ex-CEO Dennis Kozlowski and Richard Grasso, the previous top of the NYSE. Her accounts have showed up in papers the world over, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, and the Financial Times of London.
Westhoven procured a four year education in liberal arts degree in history and political theory from Bryn Mawr College.
Maribel Aber is a business journalist for CNN Newsource, CNN’s organization of in excess of 1,000 members. She has the computerized arrangement “Cash Matters with Maribel Aber,” and she shows up routinely on HLN’s “Morning Express with Robin Meade,” “On the Story with Lynn Smith” and “End of the week Express.”
Aber covers business, cash, individual money and the economy from the viewpoint of how it influences families and shoppers. She has additionally detailed breaking news for CNN and covered stories including the China Market Crash in 2015, the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting and Facebook IPO in 2012.
She started her profession with the National Association of Securities Dealers, Inc. (presently known as FINRA) with an emphasis on protections guideline. Aber joined NASDAQ in 2000 as partner chief, worldwide deals and part benefits. Her work prompted an arrangement as head of staff for the bad habit director of NASDAQ in 2001 and later advancement to VP of the NASDAQ MarketSite, home of the NASDAQ Opening Bell. Aber was answerable for running the seven-story pinnacle and broadcast studio. In her residency at NASDAQ, she cooperated with CNN in “America Votes 2004” live from the NASDAQ MarketSite and arranged an association with Reuters Group Limited that consolidated the NASDAQ Tower and Reuters Sign properties to make the world’s biggest open air computerized show framework, situated in Times Square.
Preceding joining CNN Newsource in 2012, Aber was host and maker for “Money Street Week” and diversion host, journalist and maker for The Broadway Channel covering the Tony Awards and all significant honorary pathway occasions on Broadway. Aber was additionally an independent host for AOL, MSN and the partnered instructive TV program, Brain Fuel TV.
Aber started her TV profession as an ordinary benefactor on cash and vocation issues for “The Better Show,” a partnered daytime TV program delivered by the Meredith Corporation, distributer of “Better Homes and Gardens,” “Women Home Journal” and “Guardians.”
Aber moved on from the University of Virginia with a four year college education in international concerns and a minor in German. She acquired her Juris Doctor from New York Law School.