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Business InsiderHere's Everything We Know About Kelly Evans, The Soon-To-Be Star On CNBC

Here's Everything We Know About Kelly Evans, The Soon-To-Be Star On CNBC

The Wall Street Journal's superstar economics reporter Kelly Evans is leaving the newspaper to join CNBCext.

While at the Journal, Evans wrote the “Ahead of the Tape”..


Reported by Business Insider • Thursday, February 2, 2012

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