Veteran anchor Mark Haines, a fixture on CNBC for 22 years, died unexpectedly May 25, 2011. He was 65 years old.
Mark Haines was the co-anchor of CNBC's "Squawk on the Street," which broadcast live from the New York Stock Exchange. Part of the CNBC team since 1989, Haines was the founding anchor of the network's signature morning show, "Squawk Box," and helped develop its format.
A broadcast veteran who served as a news anchor for KYW-TV in Philadelphia, WABC-TV in New York, and WPRI-TV in Providence, Haines joined CNBC in 1989.
Haines had a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and was a member of the New Jersey State Bar. In 2000, he was named to Brill's Content's "Influence List."
The "Squawk on the Street" news team remembers Mark Haines who passed away 3-years ago tomorrow. Mark was the founding anchor of "Squawk Box" and co-anchor of "Squawk on the Street." Mark called the stock market bottom of 2009, which CNBC calls the "Haines bottom."
Four years ago on CNBC, anchor Mark Haines accurately called the bottom of the credit crisis stock plunge. Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer, and David Faber remember the moment and speculate on what Haines would say about the current market rally. (2:26)
When CNBC started, Mark gave us a sense of stability and security. Six years later, in 1995, Mark gave CNBC what it needed most: its voice. Its personality. On the premiere of Squawk Box that year, Mark promised "a program like you've never seen before." Boy, did he have that right.
Corporate executives, on-air guests, commentators and contributors on CNBC had a special appreciation for Mark Haines.
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