Deirdre Bosa re-joined CNBC in October 2016 as a technology reporter based at the network's San Francisco bureau, CNBC@1Market.
Previously, she was a frequent presence on air and online as a CNBC contributor, reporting out of Vancouver, Canada.
Bosa joined CNBC in 2012 covering the markets and economies of London and Singapore. She has co-anchored morning programs including "Squawk Box Asia," "Squawk Box Europe," and "Worldwide Exchange."
Bosa has reported from events including the World Economic Forum in Davos and CeBIT in Germany and interviewed some of the world's key business figures including Richard Branson, James Gorman, Arianna Huffington, Bob Diamond and Bill McDermott.
Prior to CNBC, Bosa was an anchor and reporter for CCTV News International based in Beijing, as well as a contributor to Fox Business News. Deirdre also worked for several multinational corporations including Barrick Gold in Toronto and Rio Tinto in Shanghai.
Deirdre Bosa is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal, Canada and University of Hong Kong's Masters of Journalism program.
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CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports the latest on the lawsuit between Uber and Google's self-driving car unit Waymo.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports the details of Amazon's latest Echo device with a touchscreen.
Amazon unveiled the new Echo Show with a touchscreen display and support for video calls on Tuesday.
As Big Blue struggles to stay relevant, it just lost one of its biggest cheerleaders, Warren Buffett, and yet CEO Ginni Rometty's pay keeps rising.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports the latest on the criminal investigation underway into an Uber software tool.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports the latest on the trends in the peer-to-peer money transfer space, including Square's quarterly results.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports the latest on Alphabet’s Waymo and Uber facing off over autonomous vehicles in court today.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports the latest on Square earnings.
on Trump's 100th day in office, CNBC checks in on tech companies' pledges to bring more jobs to the U.S.
CNBC's Deirdre Bosa and Josh Lipton take a look at the race between Amazon and Alphabet to see which will be the first to reach $1,000 per share.