Ruben Ramirez is the Head of Video at The Street, where he oversees video content at TheStreet.com, MainStreet.com and TheDeal.com. Ruben was previously a correspondent and National Assignment Editor for PBS' Nightly Business Report (NBR). Before joining NBR, he was a reporter and producer at Reuters Television covering business and financial news around the world and played a key role in the coverage of Hurricane Katrina. Prior to joining Reuters, Ruben was a producer at CNN and CNN Financial News, where he was part of the network`s Emmy-Award winning coverage of 9/11. Ruben began his career at ABC News in New York working for Good Morning America and World News Tonight Weekend.
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