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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