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Paul Toscano

Producer, CNBC.com

Paul Toscano is a producer for CNBC.com working with Squawk on the Street. He is also the lead producer for CNBC Explains and has generated web content for "Mad Money," "Fast Money," "On the Money," NetNet with John Carney and CNBC Prime.

Prior to working for CNBC.com, he was an associate producer for CNBC's prime-time programming, working for "The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch."

Paul graduated in 2007 from Colgate University and received his MBA in 2013 from NYU Stern School of Business, with specializations in Finance, Global Business and Entertainment, Media & Technology.

You can follow him on Twitter @ToscanoPaul.

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  • U.S. Cities With The Most Underwater Mortgages Monday, 10 May 2010 | 10:45 AM ET
    For individual homeowners, being “underwater” on a mortgage – when a home is worth less than outstanding debt, or has “negative equity” – is one of the worst positions to be in, short of foreclosure. , a firm that compiles US real estate and mortgage information, has put together a list of the 156 largest metro areas that includes statistics on median home values, market changes and the proportion of homes with negative equity. Included in the data is the “Zillow Home Values Index,” which repres

    Zillow.com, has put together a list of the 156 largest metro areas that includes statistics on median home values, market changes and the proportion of homes with negative equity.

  • The Dome Project In Pictures Tuesday, 4 May 2010 | 1:50 PM ET
    With options for containment running low and the environmental disaster widening to more regions of the Gulf Coast, the next step in containment is the use of a 98-ton, four-story structure to stem the leak. The basic idea of the "Pollution Control Dome" is that it will stop the leak, equalize the pressure and allow for the leaking oil to be pumped to the surface. Although this will do nothing for the oil already leaked, this may substantially cut the spill's environmental impact until other mea

    With options for containment running low and the environmental disaster widening to more regions of the Gulf Coast, the next step is the use of a 98-ton, four-story structure to stem the leak.

  • The World's Best Places To Live 2010 Tuesday, 4 May 2010 | 11:50 AM ET
    If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be? Although the answer likely varies from person to person, there are several universal factors that make any spot a great place to live. To get a sense of the best places to call home, the  (EIU) assembles annual rankings of 140 major cities worldwide based on which have the most ideal living conditions. The rankings are based on over 30 qualitative and quantitative factors across five categories: stability, health care, culture/environme

    The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) assembles annual rankings of 140 major cities worldwide based on which have the most ideal living conditions.

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