Sue Herera is a rarity among American television news anchors these days; she's been with the same news channel since its founding.
Sue Herera was one of the founders of the Consumer News and Business Channel (CNBC), and she has been a major player in it ever since. She's co-hosted the CNBC show "Power Lunch" since 2003, which signifies the kind of longevity that's increasingly rare in broadcast journalism these days.
Before joining CNBC, she was a reporter on the Financial News Network, where she demonstrated her expertise in topics such as foreign exchange and futures trading. She published her book "Women of the Street: Making It On Wall Street -- The World's Toughest Business" in 1997.