Carl Quintanilla Biography and Wiki
Carl Quintanilla is an American journalist. He works for CNBC as the anchor of Squawk on the Street and TechCheck. He previously anchored the show, Squawk Alley.
Carl Quintanilla Age
Quintanilla is 52 years old. He was born on September 10, 1970, in Midland, Michigan, U.S.
Carl Quintanilla Birthday
Quintanilla celebrates his birthday every 10th of September.
Carl Quintanilla Height and Weight
Carl stands at a height of 5 feet 9 inches with moderate weight.
Carl Quintanilla Family and Parents
Quintanilla was born and raised by his parents in Midland, Michigan. However, he has not disclosed any further information on his family or his siblings. His father is Robert Quintanilla.
Carl Quintanilla Education
Quintanilla graduated from the University of Colorado Boulder with a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science.
Carl Quintanilla Wife and Married
Quintanilla is married to his lovely wife Judy Chung. Judy is a former producer at CNBC and MSNBC. In their marriage, Carl and Judy have been blessed with two children; twin daughters called Ava Jane and Lily Anna, born in 2009.
Carl Quintanilla Wedding
Quintanilla and his wife held their wedding on 17 June 2005 in a wonderful ceremony attended by their family and friends.
Carl Quintanilla CNBC Wikipedia
Quintanilla worked as a full-time staff correspondent for The Wall Street Journal’s Chicago office from 1994 to 1999, covering airlines, manufacturing, and economic topics. He also contributed a weekly piece on the top page of the newspaper about workplace challenges and trends.
He worked as a correspondent for many CNBC programs, including Business Center, and as a special correspondent for Fox X-press on Fox News from 1999 until 2002. Quintanilla formerly worked as a co-anchor for CNBC’s early-morning show, Wake Up Call. Quintanilla began co-hosting Squawk Box on December 19, 2005.
In 2007, he flew to China for CNBC’s documentary Big Mac: Inside the McDonald’s Empire to explore McDonald’s operations in the nation. In the aftermath of the 2007–2008 financial crisis, he and others at CNBC were chastised by Jon Stewart for failing to forecast the slump and ask difficult questions of Wall Street leaders.
Carl once asked Allen Stanford, subsequently identified as the mastermind of a “huge Ponzi scam,” on his show how it felt to be a billionaire. From 2010 through September 2015, he filled in as the weekday and weekend anchor for NBC Nightly News while anchors Brian Williams and Lester Holt were on assignment or away. He also co-hosted Today as a replacement.
Carl Quintanilla Salary
Quintanilla receives an annual salary of $3 million from his career as a news journalist.
Carl Quintanilla Net Worth
Quintanilla has an estimated net worth of $9 million as of 2022.