March 2, 2011
Lake Erie College presents Stuart Varney
Host of Varney and Company of Fox News Channel and one of the best known news journalists in the world.
Charismatic, articulate, and candid, Stuart Varney consistently wins rave reviews from audiences, and is credited with changing the way that television reports on financial and economic news worldwide. Lake Erie College will host Stuart Varney, Wednesday, March 23 at 7pm in the Morley Music Building on the College campus. Varney will present a lecture “21st Century America: A New Day in Politics, Culture, and Business.”
Originally a Fox News Channel anchor, he joined the Fox Business Network as an anchor in October, 2007, where he served as host of the daily morning show, Varney & Company. Since joining FOX Business, he has contributed to the network's weekday and weekend business programming, including: Your World with Neil Cavuto, Bulls and Bears, Cavuto on Business, and Cashin' In. He also is the substitute host for Your World with Neil Cavuto. Formerly the host of CNBC’s broadcast of The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board with Stuart Varney and co-host of CNN’s MoneyLine News Hour from 1999 to 2001, Varney joined the Fox News network in December 2003 as a contributor to a variety of shows, including Your World with Neil Cavuto, Bulls & Bears, and Forbes on Fox. He is also notably a founding member of CNN’s award-winning business team, and former host of both Business Day and Business Asia. He joined CNN upon its founding in 1980.
Varney’s frank assessment of worldwide politics as it relates to economic trends, opportunities, and hazards, is fresh, insightful, and comprehensive. An economist educated at the London School of Economics, he addresses the rapidly shifting domestic and global economic trends, and the implications for business, institutional investors, and individuals. His exceptional coverage and analysis of the stock market crash of 1987 earned him a Peabody Award for excellence in journalism.
The event is free though an RSVP is required as seating is limited. Call 440-375-7230 or email to PR@lec.edu to reserve your seat.