Dennis Kneale joined the New York office of Sitrick and Company after three decades at The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, CNBC and the Fox Business Network. He specialized in technology, media & entertainment and healthcare as a reporter and senior editor at The Journal, directing coverage that won a Pulitzer Prize for National Affairs. At Forbes, he was the managing editor, overseeing coverage of Silicon Valley and the boom-bust-and-rebuild after the 2000 crash, and dozens of cover stories, the Celebrity 100, billionaire profiles and the rise and fall of Martha Stewart and Dennis Kozlowski. At CNBC, in the aftermath of the financial meltdown of 2008, he anchored a nightly markets show and accurately predicted the end of the Great Recession, advising investors to buy stocks one month after the market bottomed. At Fox Business, he co-anchored a daily noon show, filed daily “Kneale on Media” reports and hosted a twice-weekly commentary, “What’s Bugging Me.” Miami-born and bred, Kneale holds a B.S. from the University of Florida, where he is in the College of Journalism’s Hall of Fame.