Who is Virginia Juliano Gasparino?
Virginia Juliano Gasparino is an American business woman, streaming evangelist, consumer advocate, celebrity wife, founder and CEO of CobbleCord. She is well known as the wife of American journalist and blogger Charlie Gasparino.
Juliano Gasparino Age
Gasparino was born in the United States however, she has not shared her age, birthday, or the year she was born. This section will be updated as soon as possible.
Juliano Gasparino Height
Gasparino has not shared her height measurements. Her height, weight, and other body measurements will be updated soon.
Juliano Gasparino Family
Gasparino was born and raised by her parents in the United States. Information about her family and childhood including her parents and siblings is not available. This section will be updated as soon as information about her parents is available.
Juliano Gasparino Husband
Gasparino is married to her husband Charlie Gasparino. They married in the presence of family and close friends however, she prefers to keep her relationship and personal life private. We shall update this section as soon as we find information about their kids.
Juliano Gasparino Education
Gasparino holds a BS in communication arts from St. John’s University. She also holds a Master of Business Administration in marketing and management from New York University Stern School of Business.
Juliano Gasparino Net Worth
Gasparino has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2022.
Juliano Gasparino CobbleCord
Gasparino is the founder of CobbleCord, a disruptive media tech firm that enables individuals to ‘cobble together’ customized streaming packages using an innovative and developed technique. She has a proven capacity to look around corners and develop forward-thinking, impacting initiatives that are well ahead of the competition.
Gasparino has previously served at Showtime Networks as the vice president and multi-platform marketing. She joined the firm as the director and online marketing. Initially, she served as the director of online business initiatives at M. Shanken Communications.
Juliano Gasparino | Charlie Gasparino
Charles Gasparino is an American journalist, blogger, and radio personality. He is a frequent commentator on the Fox Business Network show The Cost of Freedom and the stocks/business news program Cashin’ In. He formerly worked as a senior writer for Newsweek, where he covered topics such as politics, Wall Street, and corporate America, among several others.
Gasparino also broke the story of former New York Stock Exchange chairman Richard Grasso’s controversial pay package, as well as the controversy surrounding former New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer’s assault on corporate crime. He departed CNBC in February 2010 to join the emerging Fox Business Network. In addition to publishing books, he appears on Fox Business and Fox News Channel with news reporting and analysis.
He also contributes frequently to The New York Post and Forbes, and also online for The Daily Beast, FoxBusiness.com, and the Huffington Post. Gasparino has broken news for Fox News, including the US government’s intentions to sell its investment in Citigroup and the government’s pressure on Bank of America to reduce its size.
When CNBC interviewed John Mack, head of Morgan Stanley, he made a joke at his old channel. He also tweets breaking news updates and has stood in for John Batchelor on Friday nights as the host of “The John Batchelor Show” on WABC-AM in New York City for multiple years.
Who does Charles Gasparino work for?
Charles Gasparino is a frequent commentator on the Fox Business Network show The Cost of Freedom and the stocks/business news program Cashin’ In.
Who Owns Cobble Cord?
Gasparino is the founder of CobbleCord, a disruptive media tech firm that enables individuals to ‘cobble together’ customized streaming packages using an innovative and developed technique.
What happened to Charles Gasparino?
According to TV Newser, Gasparino left the network and the news of him departing was confirmed by CNBC representative Brian Steel. During the financial crisis, he broke a number of big stories, including market-moving reports on credit insurer Ambac and Bear Stearns.