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Deborah Marchini is the anchor of Halftime Report and Before Hours on CNNfn. Halftime Report is a half-hour business news program that recaps the morning's action and lays out a strategy for the afternoon. Before Hours is a 90-minute complete rundown of everything viewers need to know for the business day.
Deborah Marchini first joined CNN in 1985. She is based in CNNfn headquarters in New York. Prior to anchoring Halftime Report and Before Hours, she co-anchored Ahead of the Curve and Business Day.
Deborah Marchini spent her first two years with CNN in New York as a Wall Street correspondent, and in 1987, she moved to the Washington, D.C. bureau to serve as CNN's Washington-based business correspondent. In 1989, she returned to New York to anchor Business Day.
Prior to joining CNN, Ms. Marchini was ESPN's business reporter, reporting for the network's Business Times program. Before that, she worked as a financial writer and reporter at the Bureau of National Affairs.
Deborah Marchini earned a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Psychology from The George Washington University, graduating with honors. She also attended New York University's Stern School of Business.
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