The word I've heard more today about Mark Haines than any other is "authentic." He was surely that.
It was an honor and a privilege to work with Mark for these past 22 years.
My heart goes out to the the family of Mark Haines. I was saddened and shocked when I first heard of Mark's passing. To me, Mark was always larger than life, both in stature and on air.
When CNBC started, Mark gave us a sense of stability and security. Six years later, in 1995, Mark gave CNBC what it needed most: its voice. Its personality. On the premiere of Squawk Box that year, Mark promised "a program like you've never seen before." Boy, did he have that right.
The crash of '87 happened 20 years ago, today, and Elaine Garzarelli, president of Garzarelli Research, and CNBC's Mark Haines look back on that day.
One Chicago school teaches kids about financial literacy, with John Rogers, Ariel Capital Management CEO and CNBC's Mark Haines
Discussing how the $700 billion plan is resonating with the presidential election, with James Pethokoukis, U.S. News & World Report; Keith Boykin, The Daily Voice; and CNBC's Mark Haines.