Danielle Bochove is the business host of CBC News: Morning.
Bochove comes to CBC with a wealth of business experience and knowledge honed in four countries in print and television.
She cut her teeth in Canada, completing general news and business internships at The Globe and Mail and The Edmonton Journal, before working briefly for The Financial Post.
In 1994, a career opportunity for her husband took her to St. Louis, Missouri, where she wrote for a business weekly, covering airlines and municipal politics. She also hosted a daily business report for the local NPR affiliate.
Her coverage of TWA's struggle to avoid bankruptcy caught the attention of Reuters' Chicago bureau and, in 1995, she accepted a job as a markets reporter, filing reports for print and television from the floors of the CME and CBOT. She also worked as a back-up general news reporter, covering, among other things, Princess Diana's visit to Chicago in 1996.
In 1997, Bochove transferred to Reuters' Tokyo bureau, just in time for the Asian economic crisis. As an anchor with RTV, she contributed to award winning coverage of the financial meltdown, interviewing finance ministers and central bankers throughout the region. After three years, she was posted to London where she hosted European and American-focused programs, including "Washington Watch" and "The World Markets Briefing."
In 2002 she and her husband returned to Canada where she took an anchoring job with BNN (formerly ROBTV). She has appeared on Newsnet and Canada AM, and has written non-business features for The Globe and Mail's "Focus" section. Her byline has appeared in publications as varied as The Washington Post, The Jerusalem Post, Hong Kong's Eastern Express, and World Press Review.
Bochove's impressive record covering business around the world brings credibility and context to her work as part of the CBC News Morning team.
Danielle studied International Relations, Economics and English Literature at The University of Toronto's Trinity College, and journalism at Ryerson University.
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