Javier David is the weekend editor for CNBC.com. David joined the site as a writer in 2012, covering energy, markets and general business/financial topics.
Prior to CNBC, he covered foreign exchange and macroeconomics for Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal, where he occasionally covered top Federal Reserve officials. He got his first start in journalism reporting on foreign exchange and macroeconomics, capital markets and corporate governance at Reuters, as well as global policymakers.
David holds a bachelor of arts in economics and politics from Long Island University, and a Master of Public Administration from Columbia University.
CNBC compiled a small sample of some of the more buzz-worthy TV and movie reveals at this year's New York Comic Con.
Jack Welch, the former GE chief and longtime Republican supporter, withdrew his support for Donald Trump on Saturday night.
The Vice Presidential nominee was forced into sharply criticizing his running mate, as 11 year old remarks exploded on the campaign trail.
Hurricane Matthew, which cut a deadly swath across the Caribbean and sent Florida residents scrambling, has left behind billions in damages.
The GOP contender and real estate mogul was forced to apologize after lewd remarks about women from 2005 surfaced, upending his campaign.
An unknown vandal defaced Donald Trump's newly inaugurated hotel in Washington, D.C.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong appeared Monday on CNBC's "Squawk Box" to discuss new strategies in engagement and Yahoo's data breach.
A particularly determined Marilyn Monroe fan paid nearly $40,000 to own an unusual piece of Hollywood history.
Netflix appeared to suffer an outage as binge-viewers were watching "Luke Cage," a highly anticipated new series.
Hillary Clinton's campaign pulled in more than $154 million last month for her presidential bid and the Democratic Party in September.