Alexis Glick announced on-air Friday, at the end of her show, that she will be leaving Fox Business Network, where she is VP of business news. Glick, 37, said today would be her last day on the “Opening Bell”.
“I want you guys to know that today will be my last day here at the Fox Business Network,” she said. “How many people can say that they’ve had the opportunity to help build a brand new network. Being the first new employee of FBN. Seeing it grow today to over 300 extraordinarily talented people. It’s been an experience of a lifetime.”
“I’m about to embark on a new venture that’s going to allow me to utilize the skills I’ve learned at Fox Business, Morgan Stanley and the ‘Today show,'” she continued. “I can’t give any details yet, but suffice it to say that I’m extremely excited about taking on another interesting and unique project.”
Glick, who anchored FBN’s “Money for Breakfast” until Don Imus’ radio show took over the 6-9AM timeslot this fall, had been with the network since 2006. She was one of cable channel’s most visible personalities after Neil Cavuto, the network’s managing editor and anchor Liz Claman.