Poppy Harlow’s Husband, Sinisa Babcic: 5 Fast Facts


CNN anchor Poppy Harlow and husband Sinisa Babcic.

Sinisa Babcic is a wealth management consultant and the husband of CNN broadcast journalist Poppy Harlow. She co-anchors the morning program CNN Newsroom alongside Jim Sciutto and hosts the CNN podcast “BossFiles with Poppy Harlow.”

The couple has been married since 2012. They have two young children named Sienna and Luca.

Here’s what you need to know:

1. Babcic Studied Business Finance at the University of Illinois & Is Now a Partner at Ernst & Young

poppy harlow husband sinisa babcic

Ernst & YoungSinisa Babcic, Poopy Harlow’s husband.

Babcic has tended to avoid the spotlight despite his wife’s high profile as a cable news anchor. His Instagram account is private and his Twitter profile includes only a handful of retweets. Babcic has also kept a tight lid on his family background, although sites such as Biography Pedia claim he was born and raised in Chicago

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Feature Story: The Unsung Heroes of the Business World – Lane Report

By Matthew Moore

By Shannon Clinton

As stay-at-home mandates were being issued a year ago and businesses ordered to close or greatly alter operations, accountants’ phones began ringing with new questions about the impact of COVID-19 in the midst of an already busy tax season.

Suddenly thrust into the roles of therapist and financial prognosticator, these accounting professionals have spent subsequent months helping clients of all different sizes and sectors navigate the pandemic’s present and lasting effects.

By late March 2020, “the calls were fast and furious,” said Jennifer Miloszewski, director in charge of the Lexington office of Blue & Co.
She works primarily in traditional audits, assurance and consulting for construction and tech-based companies, and typically her client contacts are controllers, owners, chief financial officers and occasionally human resources professionals.

“The primary (questions) were, ‘What do I do with my people?’ ” Miloszewski said. “We work primarily with closely

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Urban League, City of Madison announce Black Business Hub at The Village on Park

The Urban League of Greater Madison, the City of Madison and the Madison Community Development Authority held a press conference on Thursday in front of the Urban League on Madison’s south side to announce the new Urban League Black Business Hub project will be located at The Village on Park.

“Today, it’s amazing to have the mayor, alders, the CDA chair and all of you standing with us and betting on Black businesses … because that’s what we’re doing, we’re betting on Black businesses,” said Dr. Ruben Anthony, president and CEO of the Urban League of Greater Madison. “We’re putting this hub out there because we want Black businesses in this corridor and we want them to achieve.

“Believing that we can do something right here in south Madison is a big deal. If we don’t bet on Black businesses, who will?” he added.

Of the Black Business Hub, Anthony

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Amazon makes adjustment to app icon after comparisons to Hitler mustache

Amazon has evidently made a slight adjustment to its app icon after some people commented online that it resembled the facial hair of a famous 20th-century dictator.

The company unveiled its new icon in January, replacing the long-familiar blue shopping cart logo with a brown cardboard box.

FILE: Workers at Amazon’s fulfillment center in Staten Island, N.Y., gather outside to protest work conditions in the company’s warehouse in New York. (AP)

The cardboard box featured the iconic Amazon smile, but directly above that was a jagged piece of blue tape that evoked references to Adolf Hitler’s distinct mustache.

“Someone should @amazon that a mouth with a little moustache is a big no-go…” one Twitter user commented in late January.


“Amazons new

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