Adam Lashinsky Biography
Adam Lashinsky is an author and anchor presently working. As a reporter and news anchor at Fox News Channel. He appears on business shows including Your World with Neil Cavuto.
Cavuto on Business Cashin’ In, and Bulls and Bears. Lashinsky got attention for his coverage of inside knowledge with Silicon Valley and the tech industry.
Adam Lashinsky Age
Lashinsky was born in Skokie, IL, United States. However, no information concerning his year of birth, date, day, and age to the public. Adam is around 57 years old.
Adam Lashinsky Height
He 5 ft 8 inches/ Approx 1.72 m tall.
Adam Lashinsky Education
Lashinsky received a degree in history and political science from Illinois Urbana-Champaign of University after high school.
Adam Lashinsky Family
Lashinsky has managed to keep his life private regarding his father, mother, and siblings despite being a news reporter.
Adam Lashinsky Wife
Lashinsky is married to his pretty wife Ruth Kirschner. The couple is blessed with a beautiful daughter namely Leah. The family lives in the United States, San Francisco.
Adam Lashinsky Salary
Lashinsky receives an annual salary of $71,978 per year, according to Fox News Channel anchors/reporters’ salaries.
Adam Lashinsky Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 million – $5 million.
Adam Lashinsky Career
Lashinsky is an author and anchor presently working. As a reporter and news anchor at Fox News Channel. He appears on business shows including Your World with Neil Cavuto.
Cavuto on Business Cashin’ In, and Bulls and Bears. Lashinsky got attention for his coverage of inside knowledge with Silicon Valley and the tech industry.Lashinsky has also written in-depth articles on the venture-capital industry.
Twitter, eBay, Wells Fargo, Oracle, and Intel. Lashinsky also covered oil-exploration technology, San Francisco politics. And topics ranging from the post-Katrina economic recovery of New Orleans.
He was serving for The San Jose Mercury News as s columnist before joining FORTUNE.Lashinsky worked for Crain’s Chicago Business as a reporter and editor before going to California.
He served for the Nikkei Weekly as a reporter for one year in Tokyo which is the English-language. Versionof Japan’s main economic daily as a Henry Luce Scholar.