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Good Day New York co-host Rosanna Scotto and FOX Business anchor Maria Bartiromo grew up only a few blocks from each other in Brooklyn.

"I don't know that as children, running around playing man-hunt and whatever we did, we would have ever envisioned we would be where we are today," said Bartiromo.

Bartiromo left CNBC in November after 20 years to join FOX. She pioneered live reporting from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange

"I feel so really fortunate. I love business news. I've always focused in my career on economics and the fact that I'm able to do what I love is a fortunate place to be in," said Bartiromo.

Bartiromo will host a new program on FOX Business Network called Opening Bell with Maria Bartiromo airing weekdays, 9 a.m.- 11 a.m. beginning Feb. 24.

"Whether it be that big deal of Facebook acquiring WhatsApp or the new rules that will be hitting all the banks or the stock markets, we're going to cover all that and really relate it to all people," said Bartiromo.

The so-called 'Money Honey' will also host a weekend program on the FOX News channel.

"Every week you see these politicos out and about but very few are connecting the dots; it's about the economy and job creation. It's what I'll bring to the marketplace on Sunday mornings," said Bartiromo.

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