Erin Burnett anchored CNBC's "Street Signs" and co-anchored CNBC's "Squawk on the Street," with Mark Haines. She also appeared regularly on NBC's "Today" and "Meet the Press" and as a contributor on MSNBC's "Morning Joe."
Erin Burnett is focused on global business reporting. Burnett has hosted her live shows from five different continents and all of the BRICs. She's also filed special reports from Iraq, Libya, Egypt, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Her work includes several primetime documentaries, "India Rising: The New Empire," "City of Money and Mystery," "The Russian Gamble," "On Assignment: Iraq" and "Dollars & Danger: Africa, The Final Investment Frontier."
Burnett is also a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and was selected as one of Fortune's Top 40 Under 40 in 2009.
As part of CNBC's coverage of tomorrow's Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders meeting, two of the afternoon programs discussed a question we've been hearing in recent months: Has Warren Buffett lost his way? And does he get a "free pass" from the media? Take a look at the video clips.
A new study by two university professors proves what a lot of savvy investors have known for years: buying the stocks Warren Buffett buys will make you a lot of money. And they say, you don't even have to do the "imitation" buying immediately after Buffett discloses his purchases.
CNBC's "Squawk On The Street" profiles the top analysts, traders and money managers on Wall Street under 35 years old.
This is a video clip from CNBC's Street Signs of June 8, 2007. CNBC's Erin Burnett discusses a move to make Internet gambling legal in the U.S. with Lawrence Walters of Weston, Garrou, DeWitt and CNBC Reporter Hampton Pearson.