Q&A with Melissa Lee
Melissa Lee hosts several daily programs for CNBC including "Fast Money", "Fast Money Halftime Report", "Options Actions", and a new… read more
Melissa Lee hosts several daily programs for CNBC including "Fast Money", "Fast Money Halftime Report", "Options Actions", and a new program "Money in Motion". She has also produced documentaries for CNBC on Coca-Cola, the Bernie Madoff investigation, capitalism in China, and the business of pornography. She started at CNBC in 2004. Prior to that she worked for Bloomberg Television and for CNN Financial News.
In this interview, Ms. Lee talked about the challenges of hosting fast paced programming about the financial markets. She discussed her childhood influences that led her to college at Harvard. She also talked about her Asian ancestry and its impact on her work today. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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