The world of financial reporting has been coping this weekend after learning that longtime reporter Terry Keenan died Thursday at age 53 from a cerebral brain hemorrhage.
Her colleagues at the New York Post praised her in a Sunday article, saying she "kept Wall Street honest," and Fox Business anchor Neil Cavuto issued a touching tribute on Saturday.
Of Keenan, the first host of the popular Fox show "Cashin' In," Cavuto said:
[I] never met a single crew or staff member who didn't like her. A Johns Hopkins summa cum laude mathematics major who was as good at crunching numbers as she was at wearing Christian Dior. This woman who I used to call the Princess Grace of financial news had an uncommon earthiness delivering that news. Terry made you think and sometimes she made you angry -- just last week I was reading this column of hers on how tumbling gas prices weren't such a good thing. Leave it to Terry to rain on an economic parade. Leave it to Terry's passing to rain on economic reporting itself. We'll miss you, friend.
Watch the whole moving tribute below, via Fox News:
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