Neil Cavuto is vice president and managing editor of business news at the Fox News Channel. Also the author of the New York Times bestseller More Than Money, Cavuto has been recognized by the Wall Street Journal as the best interviewer in business news. He lives in New Jersey with his wife, Mary, and their three children.
Your Money or Your Lifeby Neil Cavuto
As the host of Fox News Channel's Your World with Neil Cavuto and Cavuto on Business, Neil Cavuto reports on today's most influential business leaders and newsmakers. His great talent is to get beneath the issues, connecting people to the events that define them and changing the way that Americans think about their money. Ending each show with a/em>/em>
As the host of Fox News Channel's Your World with Neil Cavuto and Cavuto on Business, Neil Cavuto reports on today's most influential business leaders and newsmakers. His great talent is to get beneath the issues, connecting people to the events that define them and changing the way that Americans think about their money. Ending each show with a provocative, insightful commentary, Cavuto stirs people to see the world in a new light, calling on them to think beyond the stories at hand and challenging people to reevaluate the world that they live in.
In Your Money or Your Life, Cavuto compiles the best of these commentaries in one volume, creating a collection that is at once witty, thought-provoking, and inspiring. Covering a variety of topics—from remembering life before 9/11, to providing tips for empty nesters—Cavuto presents a wry yet evocative look at our world, one that speaks to the heart of the American condition. Spanning one of the most tumultuous decades in memory—from the wild and chaotic Clinton years through the sobering challenges of the War on Terror—Cavuto's words offer a window into our America at its best and its worst.
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I have never read anything by this author before so did not know what to expect. I was afraid that it would be so conservative that I would have trouble reading it, but I was surprised and pleasantly so. He has compiled his messages from his program in a way that are at least interesting and revealing. There are some good points in the book and you learn more about Cavuto than I knew before. All in all I am heppy to have read this book though I may not read another by the same author. J. Robert Ewbank, author "John Wesley, Natural Man, and the 'Isms'"