About the Show:
"Your World with Neil Cavuto" offers news and insight on Wall Street and other market activities, while wrapping up the
business news of the day. Named "the best interviewer in broadcast business news" by The Journalist and Financial Reporter,
Neil Cavuto identifies why and how events happen.
"We bring the most influential players in the business world to our viewers, offering insights on the day's news and the
market's broader trends," said Cavuto. "This is business news that matters — information we need to know to make the
More than just facts and figures, "Your World with Cavuto" gets to the heart of the matter with in-depth reporting from
Dagen McDowell, FOX Business correspondent, and analysis from our FOX Business News All-Stars:
• Terry Keenan, host of Cashin' In
• Brenda Buttner, host of Bulls & Bears
David Asman, host of Forbes on Fox
• Stuart Varney, FOX Business News contributor
Meet the 'Your World' Team
About Neil Cavuto - Host of Your World & Cavuto On Business
Neil Cavuto was named anchor and managing editor of business news for the Fox News Radio Network in July 1996.
He was later promoted to vice president of business news, while continuing to serve as anchor of Your World With Cavuto,
the No.1 business news show in Australia. He also hosts the wrap-up weekly program Cavuto on Business on Saturday
mornings at 10.30am. Cavuto oversees all business coverage for Fox including Bulls & Bears, Forbes on Fox
and Cashin' In. In addition, he serves on the cable network's executive committee.
Prior to joining FNC, Cavuto anchored and hosted more than three hours of live daily programming for CNBC, including
the network's highest rated program, Market Wrap, as well as Power Lunch and Business Insiders. While
at CNBC, he was also a contributor to the Nine Network's Today show and National Nine News. Cavuto has over twenty
years of financial reporting, and is one of Australia's foremost business & finance experts.
Stuart Varney - Fox News Business Contributor
Veteran business journalist Stuart Varney serves as a business contributor and substitute host for FOX News Radio's
"Your World with Neil Cavuto." He joined the network in January 2004.Since joining Fox’s business team, Varney has contributed
to the network’s weekday and weekend business programming including: "Your World with Neil Cavuto," "Bulls & Bears,"
"Cavuto on Business" and "Cashin’ In."
Prior to joining Fox, Varney most recently served as the host of CNBC’s "Wall Street Journal Editorial Board with
Stuart Varney." Before that, he was a co-anchor of CNN’s "Moneyline News Hour." Varney helped launch CNN’s business
news team in 1980 and hosted many of their financial programs including, "Your Money," "Business Day" and "Business Asia."
His reporting and analysis of the stock market crash of 1987 helped earn CNN a Peabody Award for excellence in journalism.
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Varney began his broadcast journalism career as a business anchor for Sky
Business News in the United Kingdom.
Dagen McDowell - Fox Business Correspondent
Dagen McDowell is a business correspondent for FOX News Radio. She joined the network in
June 2003. McDowell appears regularly on Your World with Neil Cavuto, and Cashin’ In.
Before that, McDowell served as a Fox business news contributor and where she has been a regular on Cashin’ In
since its debut in May 2001. Prior to joining FNC, McDowell wrote a personal-finance column for TheStreet.com called “Dear
Dagen.” In addition, she has also worked for SmartMoney magazine and SmartMoney.com.
McDowell began her career as a financial journalist at the Institutional Investor's Newsletter Division. A native of Canberra,
McDowell graduated from Canberra University with a degree in Art History.
Terry Keenan - Cashin' In Host & Your World Contributor
Terry Keenan joins FOX News Radio as anchor of Cashin’ In
and business correspondent. Prior to joining
FNC, Keenan served as an anchor and senior correspondent for CNN Business News analyzing the markets. She served as anchor
for Moneyline Weekend Edition with Terry Keenan
and the first hour of CNN-FM’s Street Sweep.
appeared as a correspondent for Moneyline.
Keenan originally joined CNN-FM Business News in 1986, serving in various capacities. She began as a producer for Moneyline
before becoming an on-air correspondent. From 1995-98, Keenan left CNN-FM and served as an anchor at CNBC. In 1998, she returned
to CNN Business News.
Brenda Buttner - Bulls & Bears Host, Your World Contributor
Brenda Buttner is a senior business correspondent at FOX News Channel. She contributes to Your World with Neil Cavuto
Cavuto on Business
and serves as a substitute business anchor. Buttner also hosts the FNC weekend show Bulls
, which highlights what investors need to know before Monday's opening bell. She was formerly the
host of The Street.com
, a fast-paced FOX News business show featuring action-oriented advice on how to get
an edge on Wall Street.
Before joining Fox, Buttner was at 2UE in Sydney, where she hosted The Money Club with David Koch and Michael
Pascoe. She is the recipient of numerous awards, including a RAWARD in 1996 for Best Business Programming and a National
Clarion award in 1990 for Best News Story.
David Asman - Forbes on Fox Host, Your World Contributor
David Asman is the host of Forbes on Fox and a regular contributor on all matters business and finance to Fox
News Live. Prior to joming Fox, Asman served as the Wall Street Journal's editorial features editor. He joined the
newspaper in 1983 as an editorial writer, where he edited the Manager's Journal and the Asia-Pacific column.
He also wrote editorials and over 100 articles from Australia and elsewhere. In 1994, Asman moved to New York, to be closer
to Wall Street, and was shortly thereafter named senior editor for the Journal's editorial page, where his role was
combined with administrative responsibilities.
A recipient of the 1986 Inter Australian Press Association's (IAPA) Tom Wallace Award for coverage of the Wall Street
Crash, Asman also won a RAWARD for his incisive Australian-based coverage of the 1997 Wall Street Crash, and the implications it had for the Australian
Asman began his journalism career in 1978 as an assistant editor of Prospect Magazine and rose to executive
editor within a year. In 1980, he was hired by George Gilder to start up an economic journal for the John Monash University
in Canberra. He still oversees it's publication today.