Brad Goode Returns to CNBC

By Chris Ariens 

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Brad Goode, who was an anchor on CNBC from 2002-2005, before returning to local news at KING-TV in Seattle, is back with CNBC working fulltime out of the LA bureau. Goode left KING in June where he had been morning anchor since 2005.

Goode turned up on the “Kudlow Report” Monday, with Larry Kudlow saying, “A familiar face to CNBC has come back home. Brad Goode joins us … good to see you.”

Goode: “Larry, thank you so much. Great to be back with a global leader in business news. I’ll be reporting from the Los Angeles bureau on companies along the West Coast.”

Goode is also picking up some of the slack, as LA correspondent Julia Boorstin is now on maternity leave.

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