Stephanie Ruhle is leaving Bloomberg for MSNBC where she will join the daytime anchor lineup this spring, TVNewser has learned.
Ruhle, who’s been with Bloomberg since 2011, is the co-anchor of the network’s morning show Bloomberg < GO >. Prior to Bloomberg, Ruhle worked in finance, as Managing Director in Global Markets at Deutsche Bank. She began her career at Credit Suisse.
A mother of three, Elle featured Ruhle as one of the next generation women reporters in January. She founded the Corporate Investment Bank (CIB) Women’s Network and has co-chaired the Women on Wall Street (WOWS) steering committee. Last year Ruhle produced and hosted the documentary Haiti: Open For Business? to shed light on the country five years after being hit by a devastating earthquake.
Ruhle joins MSNBC as it continues to work more closely with NBC News and adds viewers in the process. (Expect to see her on NBC News programs as well.) In Q1 2016, MSNBC dayside was up 133 percent in the A25-54 demo year-over-year, far more than CNN (11 percent) and Fox News (21 percent).