CNBC Longtime Anchor Mark Haines Dies at 65

We don’t do a lot about CNBC because it’s truly more financial that entertainment.  But Squawk Box was one show on the financial news network that always gave you a good read on the stock market and all things money-wise around the world.  And Mark Haines was one contributor that was always engaging and actually interesting to watch on the network.

The 65 year old anchor of Squawk Box and Squawk on the Street died unexpectedly last night.  Way too young and so popular that he’s getting kudos from his CNBC bosses and others.

Network President Mark Hoffman called Haines a ‘building block” for CNBC.

Mark Haines from CNBC's 'Squawk Box'

Mark Haines from CNBC's 'Squawk Box'

On his style delivering the financial news, market floor director Art Cashin said “everybody was riveted” by Mark Haines and how he worked the financial community in New York.

And from Erin Burnett, who worked next to Mark Haines some days on CNBC, “he was very kind.’

Jim Cramer, host of Mad Money on CNBC  said “he’s the best.”

“In this very moment I slay Goliath with the sling. In this very moment I bring, put it on everything. That I will retire with the ring. And I will retire with the crown, yes!” -Nicky Minaj

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