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Tom DiChristopher

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Brooklyn
Reporter — CNBC
Covers:  manufacturing, gaming, 3d printing, tech, emerging markets, mobile

CNBC dotcom energy reporter. Also covering Geekonomics. Former Vietnam-based magazine editor. Born & bred in Buffalo. Go Bills.

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Trump's Council on Economic Advisers warns that taxing gasoline to pay for infrastructure improvements is an "imperfect" system after POTUS reportedly proposes 25-cent hike. In a report, the council appears to push Trump towards tolls.  https://www.cnbc.com/2018/02/21/trumps-economic-advisers-warn-on-his-proposal-to-raise-gas-tax.html 
EQT, the largest U.S. natural gas producer, is spinning off its midstream pipeline business -- bit of a consolation prize for opponents of its purchase of Rice Energy.  https://www.cnbc.com/2018/02/21/eqt-corporation-is-spinning-off-its-midstream-pipeline-business.html 
President Trump vowed to force U.S. oil & gas pipeline makers to buy American pipes & steel. But he has gone mostly radio silent on the subject - once a staple of his speeches - leaving steel mills & pipeline companies to wonder what happened to the rule.  https://www.cnbc.com/2018/02/20/trump-radio-silent-on-his-vow-to-force-pipelines-to-buy-us-steel.html 
The final number from Disney is in: "Black Panther" earns a stunning $242 million over Presidents Day weekend, making it the second-best four-day haul in history -- behind only "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."  https://www.cnbc.com/2018/02/16/black-panther-already-setting-records-with-thursday-box-office.html 
Empty N train is sitting in Times Sq for about 5 min with hundreds of people waiting to board. Not so much as an announcement from @MTA
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Awards

Society of Professional Journalists Award

2012 - Mark of Excellence
Received two Mark of Excellence awards in the radio sports reporting category for “Boxing Takes Teens to Next Round" and “A Skate Park Grows in Brooklyn,” respectively, both from the AudioFiles podcast at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism.