Elizabeth Schulze is a multimedia journalist at CNBC International, based in London. She reports, writes, produces and edits videos for CNBC's digital platforms.
Elizabeth was previously a field producer at CNBC's global headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey. She produced the economics beat for three years with CNBC Senior Economics Reporter Steve Liesman, covering the Federal Reserve and U.S. economy. Elizabeth also worked as a producer on CNBC's breaking news desk and as an associate producer on "The Kudlow Report."
Elizabeth graduated magna cum laude from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism.
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One year ago, Finland started giving out free money in a first-of-its kind experiment. Here’s how it’s going.
Free money experiments are underway in a handful of countries as governments face evolving workforces and strained welfare systems.
One year ago, Finland started giving out free money in a first-of-its kind experiment. Here’s how it’s going. CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports from Finland.
She's the first female boss of a major U.S. stock exchange operator — an industry often seen as predominantly male-dominated.
For a startup, there are 60 seconds that can make or break you. Here are six tips from entrepreneurs who founded their own companies and mastered their elevator pitches.
Outside of the business world, the Wall Street figure takes on Taekwondo, a Korean martial art that she’s secured a black belt in.
For a startup, there are 60 seconds that can make or break you. Here’s how to sell your idea in the perfect elevator pitch. CNBC’s Elizabeth Schulze reports.
Whatever the department or whatever the role, Adena Friedman seeks this quality in a candidate.