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Eamon Javers Bio, CNBC, Height, Age, Relatives, Spouse, Salary, and Net Worth

Profile

Eamon Javers Biography

Eamon Javers is an American in the journalism field who works for CNBC as a senior Washington correspondent, focusing on the role of money and influence in Washington, D.C. CNBC welcomed Javers in June 2010. Javers formerly covered the intersection of Wall Street and Washington for Politico as a White House reporter.

Eamon Javers Photo
Javers Photo

Eamon Javers Height

Javers stands at a rough height of 5 feet and 7 inches

Eamon Javers Age

Javers is 50 years old. He was born in March 1974 in the USA.

Personal Life

Eamon Javers Relatives and Family

Javers was raised by his loving parents, Eamon Andrew Javers and Ron Javers. He keeps information regarding his family and relatives away from the public eye. However, we will update this information once it’s available to the public.

Eamon Javers Spouse and Children

Javers and his devoted wife, Maureen Ann Mathews, are happily married. Together, the couple has four kids: Norah, Andrew, Ron, and Declan.

Eamon Javers Education

Javers received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Colgate University in Hamilton, New York, where he studied.

Professional Life

Eamon Javers Career

Javers works for CNBC as a senior Washington correspondent, focusing on the role of money and influence in Washington, D.C. CNBC welcomed Javers in June 2010. Javers formerly covered the intersection of Wall Street and Washington for Politico as a White House reporter.

He also discusses the anticipated legal conflict between Big Tech and the US Department of Justice’s antitrust division. Javers began working for CNBC in June 2010 as a Washington reporter based out of the network’s office in the capital. He contributes to its Business Day programming.

He investigated the administration’s financial bailouts and initiatives at economic stimulus, broke news about Barack Obama’s presidency, and wrote trend pieces on Washington. Javers worked as a Washington correspondent for BusinessWeek magazine before joining Politico. While there, he wrote extensively about Washington lobbying, including the Jack Abramoff affair, and he also discovered previously unreported instances of corporate espionage.

In addition, he worked as an on-air correspondent for CNBC, where he covered the confluence of politics and business. Congressional Quarterly, Fortune, Money, and Slate.com have all published Javers’ writings. He started working for The Hill, a weekly publication (and online) that covered Congress. “Broker, Trader, Lawyer, Spy: The Secret World of Corporate Espionage,” written by Javers, exposed a previously unknown CIA policy enabling active-duty officers to work part-time in the private sector.

Each of the main broadcast networks, all of the major cable television news networks, the BBC, and National Public Radio have all featured him as an expert. For his coverage of the manner in which market-moving financial data is made available, Javers was selected as a finalist for the 2014 Gerald Loeb Awards in the explanatory category. Javers was given a Medill School of Journalism Award of Distinction for investigative reporting in 2006.

Eamon Javers Net Worth

Javers has garnered a net worth ranging from $1 million to $6 million during his successful career as a journalist.

Eamon Javers Salary

Javers receives an approximate annual salary of $110, 000 which he earns working as a senior Washington correspondent

Eamon Javers China Documentary

The documentary “China’s Corporate Spy War” looks into the case of a Chinese government snoop who attempted to acquire trade secrets from some of the top American corporations, including GE, Boeing, and Honeywell.

.Javers speaks with prosecutors, intelligence specialists, and government officials, including Christopher Wray, the Director of the FBI. All of them claim that the case is an illustration of China’s desire to control global markets by any means necessary, including stealing technology from the core of American business.

Eamon Javers Social Media

Javers has active social media platforms, i.e. Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. He has a following of over 3 on Facebook, a following of over 1589 on Instagram, and a following of over 69.9K on Twitter.

CNBC Station

At CNBC, Javers works alongside his fellow anchors, reporters, and meteorologists, such as:

  1. Rosanna Lockwood
  2. Julia Boorstin
  3. Deirdre Bosa
  4. Morgan Brennan
  5. Contessa Brewer
  6. Dominic Chu
  7. Bertha Coombs
  8. Jim Cramer
  9. Andrea Day
  10. Sara Eisen
  11. Sharon Epperson
  12. Kelly Evans
  13. David Faber