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Mark Koba

Mark Koba
Senior Editor, CNBC

Mark Koba is a senior editor at CNBC.com. Topics for his feature story writing include the business of politics, health care, employment and the economy.

Before working at CNBC.com, he spent 11 years at Bloomberg LP, where among various duties, he was program producer for the award-winning "Bloomberg Small Business" television show.

Koba's background includes a decade of news writing and show producing at CNN, E! Entertainment Television, ABC's "World News Now," "Good Morning America" and CBS' "This Morning."

Follow Mark Koba on Twitter @MarkKobaCNBC.

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  • Moneymaker: 2nd Place? Might As Well Be Last
    By: Mark Koba
    Tuesday, 27 Mar 2007 | 12:01 PM ET
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    World Champion Poker player Chris Moneymaker is in Monte-Carlo for a poker tournament, but that didn't stop him from talking with CNBC's Erin Burnett and Jim Cramer on "Squawk on the Street" about his contest strategy. Chris is in 3rd place as of Monday's trades but he said today that "being in second place, you might as well be in last."

  • Ryan Stackman: "Picking Stocks No One Else Did"
    By: Mark Koba
    Tuesday, 27 Mar 2007 | 11:16 AM ET
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    Ryan Stackman is 23 years old, just out of college and never won anything before--but he's now our third weekly winner for the contest and has won $10,000--and qualified for the finals. Quite an accomplishment. I spoke with him by phone today and he says he's happy but surprised he became a weekly winner. His family and girlfriend share in both feelings.  (FYI--see Ryan interviewed today at 1:30 pm EST on "Power Lunch.")

  • Celeb Cromwell--Turning Into Stock Trading Machine!
    By: Mark Koba
    Tuesday, 27 Mar 2007 | 10:31 AM ET

    Most of our celebs had a slow day Monday, but James Cromwell "has been a machine" as someone said. Not only is he buying stocks, he's putting those bonus bucks to work--something the other celebs--and you non-celebs should be using to your advantage. Willie Garson used them to put Johnny Bench back in last place.