Rebecca Jarvis is a financial journalist and was a finalist on Season 4 of The Apprentice. A high-achiever with a generous heart from the very beginning, she was honored for raising over $750,000 for her own non-profit children's charity - a project that also involved Al Gore and Colin Powell, which she set up at age 15.
Jarvis was a short-term interest rate trader on Citigroup's foreign exchange desk in London. She later worked at Banc of America Securities in Chicago as an investment banking analyst, before she waited in a long line to win a spot on Donald Trump's, The Apprentice.
Jarvis has worked in both investment banking and foreign currency trading, but left financial services to pursue a career in journalism.
Jarvis has worked at CNBC, CBS News, as a financial reporter, and later became the co-anchor of CBS This Morning Saturday, as well as Business and Economics Correspondent for CBS News, and now works as as the ABC News Chief Business & Economics Correspondent. She’s also the Creator & Anchor of a youtube show called - Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis: http://youtube.com/realbiz.
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