Fox News Anchor Dead at 55

Feb 21, 2017  •  Post A Comment

An anchor who has been hosting a program on the Fox News Channel died Monday after a battle with cancer. Brenda Buttner, a senior business correspondent and the host of the FNC morning show “Bulls & Bears,” was 55.

Buttner was a frequent contributor to “Your World with Neil Cavuto,” where Cavuto became choked up Monday as he paid tribute to Buttner on the show. You can watch his tribute below.

Buttner was a 1983 Harvard graduate and a Rhodes Scholar. She began her television career at NBC affiliate KCRL-TV in Reno, Nev., later moving on to CNBC, where she hosted “The Money Club” and worked as Washington correspondent and general correspondent.

She won a number of industry awards, including a Cable Ace Award in 1996 for “The Money Club.”

Here’s Neil Cavuto’s tribute to Buttner, posted by Fox News …


  1. You may think she’s gone but you never know we could be reincarnated or our sport is still out here.

  2. Oh, she’s gone.

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