Quick moderated the Republican presidential primary debate with Carl Quintanilla and John Harwood on October 28, 2015.Becky Quick graduated from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N. In 1994, Quick joined The Wall Street Journal (WSJ).The post-debate analysis of the October 28 debate, according to CNN and other media outlets, were not positive.CNN noted that CNBC "[e]mployees who spoke on condition of anonymity...wished for a "do-over" and pointed fingers of blame for the chaotic production.After the site was launched, she worked as international news editor covering news on foreign affairs.
Her amazing skills and beauty attract a lot of viewers.Becky’s career is proof that her sound no-nonsense advice works – and in a big way.As the co-anchor of CNBC’s signature morning show, , Becky is the network’s go-to for big interviews with business tycoons, three U. Presidents, world leaders, athletes and celebrities. And beyond that, Becky balances her career with being the mom of a toddler.How did your work at The Wall Street Journal prepare you for your current role at CNBC? But seriously, one of the most important skills taught me was how to really write and develop stories.That skill translates across all different formats of journalism, whether it be print, TV, digital or social media.