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Sally Shin

Coordinating Producer, Squawk on the Street & Squawk Alley

Sally Shin is the Coordinating Producer for Squawk on the Street & Squawk Alley. She helped launch Squawk Alley in May 2014, a new one-hour program that covers the tech industry. Prior to her post, she was a Segment Producer for the show where she covered major events such as the Facebook and Twitter IPOs, and the IMF Spring Meeting in Washington, DC.

She has a B.A. in Journalism and Economics from New York University and a M.B.A. at Columbia Business School, with a focus in Finance. Before joining CNBC, she was with Bloomberg TV.

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  • Richard D. Kinder

    Kinder Morgan's plans to buy its subsidiaries in a $70 billion transaction could trigger more deals, says CEO Richard Kinder.

  • IPO of JD.com at the Nasdaq market site

    On the back of its IPO, JD.com's chief financial officer, Sidney Huang, downplayed the company's lack of profit.

  • Biz Markie

    Rapper, actor and former Sprite pitchman Biz Markie is changing his tone on sugary drinks by endorsing zero calorie soda maker Zevia.

  • Models walks the runway at the Concept Korea Fall 2013 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week

    Asian designers have already paved their way through the New York fashion scene – names like Phillip Lim, Alexander Wang and Jason Wu have now become household names. But celebrities are already eyeing some of Korea's rising stars; Lie Sang Bong's clients include Beyonce, Lady Gaga and Rihanna. Choi Bo Ko has Whoopi Goldberg as one of his clients.

  • Why a $6,000 Briefcase Is Key to Tumi's Strategy

    Tumi is launching an array of specialty products this holiday season, geared towards customers who are seeking a little bit of the classic and a little bit of pizzazz. It's a way of promoting its accessories business, which is a key part of its strategy.

  • hublot-watch-200.jpg

    Hublot exports 40 percent of its products to China. With China’s GDP numbers out Friday morning indicating economic growth falling to 7.6 percent, the slowest pace in three years, the luxury time-piece company has a lot to think about.

  • Tumi Luggage

    Coming off a year where global IPO performance declined across the board, shares of Tumi Holdings traveled in high style during their debut on the Big Board.

  • After years of aggressive expansion in Asia, Alfred Dunhill is gambling big on the U.S. market. London’s high-end men’s retailer recently opened its second store in the U.S. on Vegas’ sunset strip. It plans to open at least three more in the next twelve months.

  • Iconic Italian motorbike brand Ducati unveils its 'Monster' model M795 this month during the 11th Auto Expo 2012.

    Big spenders, start your engines. The roaring sound of motorcycle engines have been calling out to big spenders. After slower growth during the recession, sales at Harley-Davidson and Ducati are turning around and efforts to coax more women into the category are gaining traction.

  • Emma Watson wearing a white one-shouldered custom-made Burberry dress with a central split.

    High street retailers have had a tough year in 2011, but Burberry is bucking the trend. A global slowdown and Europe’s still-unfolding sovereign debt crisis sets a dark cloud over the luxury market, but the British maker of trenchcoats and handbags turned in strong results earlier Tuesday.

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