Erin shares 10 things you probably didn't know about her: 1.
We wonder if Rubulotta was able to achieve Burnett's famous list of 8 things that would impress her, including sending a private yoga instructor to her apartment and buying round-trip business class tickets to New Zealand or Australia for her parents.
Erin Burnett is the anchor of Erin Burnett Out Front airing weekdays at 7pm ET. I like to watch the Travel Channel, Discovery and Hallmark Channel at Christmas.
When she's not in front of the camera, you can find her traveling the world and spending quality time with her family.
The lucky fellow is Citigroup executive David Thomas Rubulotta.
Rubulotta, a managing director in high-yield sales at Citibank, proposed a month earlier, the New York Post reported.
The couple reportedly met when Burnett worked as vice president of Citigroup/Citi Media prior to joining CNBC.While he's currently a Citigroup executive, he was previously employed by Lehman Brothers where he worked in trading. Hell, go to South East Asia and no one would pay attention to her, she is not even average there. CNN anchor Erin Burnett, affectionately known as the "Street Sweetie" during her CNBC days, married a Citigroup managing director before Christmas, People reported. Now as a tribute, let's take a tour of Burnett's fabulous life and career.Her husband is David Thomas Rubulotta, managing director in high-yield sales at Citibank. Financial journalist, Erin Burnett, also known as the "Street Sweetie," is off the market and her Wall Street admirers are insanely jealous.In fact, after hearing the news, one Wall Streeter asked us, "Does she seem happy? " Burnett, the former CNBC anchor, was celebrating the launch of her new CNN show when the news of her engagement was finally revealed.