NEW YORK (AP) - CNBC says Mark Haines, the anchor of its morning “Squawk Box” show, died on Tuesday evening. He was 65.
The network says he died in his home. It did not specify the cause of death.
Haines worked at CNBC for 22 years after working as a news anchor at TV stations in Philadelphia, New York and Providence, R.I.
CNBC President Mark Hoffman says Haines was “always the unflappable pro.”
He is survived by his wife, Cindy, his son, Matt, and daughter, Meredith.
CNBC says funeral arrangements have yet to be made.
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