Kate Rogers joined CNBC in September 2014 as a reporter based at the network's Global Headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. Rogers covers small business and entrepreneurship for the network appearing on CNBC's Business Day programming and providing daily stories and videos to CNBC.com. She will also contribute to the network's overall markets coverage.
Previously, Rogers was a personal finance and small business reporter for FOX Business and FOXBusiness.com. While there, she reported across FBN's and FOX News' daily programming. She also created and hosted a web series on entrepreneurship and startups called "Growing Your Business" for FOXBusiness.com.
Prior to FBN, Rogers was a reporter at the Nonprofit Times covering the business aspect of nonprofit management, and was an editor at the Union County Local Source.
Rogers holds a bachelor's degree in English with a concentration in Journalism and a minor in Women's Studies from the University of Delaware.
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CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at small businesses around the country feeling the pinch from trying to find skilled labor.
Finding skilled labor is a major headache for small businesses, but many are finding creative ways to tackle the problem.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on the success of the Van Leeuwen ice cream truck and the business of food trucks.
CNBC's Kate Rogers takes a look at how two food truck owners turned their single-truck enterprises into multi-million dollar businesses.
U.S. stock futures were pointing to gains at the Wall Street open, following a session which saw the Dow and S&P 500 barely miss extending win streaks.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports a plummet in Cyberark stock.
CNBC's Kate Rogers reports President Trump is considering quotas and tariffs on steel to curb what he says is dumping by the Chinese.
Small businesses are winning big on Amazon Prime Day, selling out Lightning Deals in just a few hours.
CNBC's Kate Rogers, reports small business optimism dropped in June as gridlock in Washington dampens hope of an improved economic picture.