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Suze Orman To Wage Some Money Wars

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Personal finance celebrity, Suze Orman will be leaving CNBC for her own Warner Brothers’ syndicated talk show, “Suze Orman’s Money Wars.”  She spent 14 years and 621 shows in the Saturday night CNBC slot, as reported by Capital.

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CNBC’s Mark Hoffman congratulated Orman on the move, and said she has been “a preeminent advocate for financial independence. I want to personally thank Suze for her friendship and for her incredible contributions to CNBC.”

Suze’s motto, as Hoffman quoted in his announcement, was “people first, then money, then things.” The last episode of the Suze Orman CNBC show will be aired on March 28.



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