Three journalists join CNBC

September 1996
New York Amsterdam News;9/28/96, Vol. 87 Issue 39, p37
States that journalists Sharon Epperson, Shawn Tully, and Gregory L. Miles joined CNBC Business News, according to an announcement by Jack Reilly, vice president and managing editor of CNBC. Background information on the three journalists; Comments from Reilly.


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