David Faber: Birth, Education, Relationship
David H. Faber celebrates his birthday on the 10th of March and was born in 1964 in the United States of America as the son of Norman L. Faber and Belle B. Faber.
His father worked as a lawyer and his mother works for the American Jewish Congress as an associate director. To pursue higher education, Faber attended the Tufts University and graduated from college by receiving a Bachelor in Arts (B.A.) degree in English.
Faber tied the marital knot with Jenny Harris in 2000. Harris is the daughter of Jay Harris, a renowned Lawyer, and works as a journalist specializing on business.
David Faber: Professional Life, Career
David Faber has worked with numerous stations after officially starting his career as a professional journalist although he is mostly known for working for CNBC. Before CNBC, he was working for Institutional Investor and after seven years of loyalty, gaining a lot of experience from the magazine, he moved on to join CNBC in 1993.
He has been so exceptionally good at what he does that his co-workers at CNBC refer to him as “The Brain”. Faber has also worked with big corporations including eBay and Wal-Mart as the host for their documentaries. Because of his contributions as a host on the documentary The Age of Walmart, he was awarded the prestigious Peabody Award in 2005. Along with this, he also received the Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Award.
He was one of the strongest candidates, in 2001, to receive the position of co-anchor on the show Moneyline on CNN, which was really popular at the time. He hosts the show Squawk on the Street and also serves on Business Nation as the show’s host.
Besides his talent as a host, Faber is also a well-reviewed author and has written three books in his career that include The Faber Report (2002), And Then the Roof Caved In (2009), and House of Cards: The Origin of the Collapse (2010).
David Faber: Social Media
Faber has quite an enormous presence on social media, especially on the social networking site Twitter. From his decades of service and struggle in his career, he has reached a point where he is known globally as one of the best hosts of our generation.
He is available on Twitter at @davidfaber and has 154 thousand followers on the site. Faber had joined Twitter back in the May of 2010 and has tweeted around 2.8 thousand times since then.