Tracy Byrnes

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Tracy Byrnes
Born(1970-08-09) August 9, 1970 (ageĀ 42)
New Jersey, U.S.
OccupationNews anchor, TV personality, accountant
Years active1997 - present
Children3
 
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Tracy Byrnes
Born(1970-08-09) August 9, 1970 (ageĀ 42)
New Jersey, U.S.
OccupationNews anchor, TV personality, accountant
Years active1997 - present
Children3

Tracy Byrnes (born August 9, 1970) in New Jersey is an American television business news anchor, journalist, and accountant who works for the Fox Business Network.[1] Byrnes currently co-hosts the 2 P.M. ET hour on Fox Business with Ashley Webster as of April 23, 2012. She also appears as a panelist on Fox Business' Channel stocks and investment news program Cashin' In. She formerly hosted the 1 P.M. ET weekday FBN Live on FoxNews.com Live. She joined Fox Business Network (FBN) as a reporter in October, 2007. She first joined the Fox News Channel (FNC), as a recurring guest, in September 2005.[2]

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Early life and education

Born of a Sicilian-American background, Byrnes, who was raised in New Jersey, is a 1992 Graduate of Lehigh University with a B.A. in Economics and two English minors.[3] After college, Byrnes embarked on a career at Ernst & Young LLP as a senior accountant. Byrnes would later further her education by receiving a Master of Business Administration Degree in Accounting from Rutgers University Graduate School of Management.

Career as Columnist, Author

Byrnes began her financial journalism career in 1997. As a freelance business columnist, Byrnes has written columns for WSJ.com and the New York Post and her work has appeared in SmartMoney and on CBS Marketwatch. Prior to freelancing, she spent four years as a senior writer for TheStreet.com,[4] where she worked alongside Dagen McDowell. In June 2008, Byrnes released a book, "Break Down Your Money: How to Get Beyond the Noise to Profit in the Markets.

Family

Divorced, Byrnes is the mother of three children, two girls and a boy.

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