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CNBC’s Becky Quick is going to Omaha next week to have a little chat with Warrren Buffett over Oreo Blizzards and cherry Cokes, in anticipation of the Oracle’s annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders. And she’s going to be asking him your questions. Anything you’d like to hear more about from WB?
Last week we pointed out a feature in Marie Claire magazine in which CNBC anchor Becky Quick posed as a “Fashion Expert” telling a twenty-something bond trading girl how to dress for Wall Street.
We couldn’t help but notice that it seems Becky offers a veiled insult at one of her fellow CNBC anchors when she says: “Don’t [wear] bright colors, you’ll stand out at the stock exchange and not in a good way.”
After the jump, check out who at CNBC stands out in that way.
If you haven’t read all the way through the latest issue of Marie Claire yet, you’ll want to slip directly to page 139. That’s where CNBC anchor Becky Quick gives fashion advice to a twenty-seven year old Bank of America assistant bond trader Lucia Knight.
“Wall Street may be 95 percent men, but don’t dress like one,” Quick says. “But don’t dress like a girly-girl either.”
She also says she occasionally looked fat and garish in her early appearances on CNBC, and then immediately brags about being “petite.” More after the jump.