The heavyweight financial writer, whose old 12:36 p.m. CNBC stock report was so widely watched that the NASDAQ had to protect against price spikes in the stocks he cited, worked at just about every newspaper and magazine in New York City — including New York, where he penned the "Bottom Line" column in the seventies.
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