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One of the founding anchors at BNN, Howard Green is the host of the network's flagship interview program, "Headline with Howard Green." He is also the author of Banking on America: How TD Bank Rose to the Top and Took on the USA, published by HarperCollins. Green began his reporting career in 1980 and started covering business in 1988. His work has been broadcast in more than 50 countries and his experience includes roles as a producer and reporter at Venture, a business magazine program on the CBC, contributing correspondent for PBS' Nightly Business Report and producer/reporter for CBC's info technology and media series, Undercurrents. From 1990 to 2004, Green made nearly a dozen documentaries, the most notable being The Investigation of Swissair 111, a 90-minute film that took viewers inside the 4½-year inquiry into a plane crash that cost the lives of 229 people. He directed, wrote and co-produced the documentary, which won Canada's top television prize -- the Gemini Award. For his Swissair 111 work in the U.S., which aired on PBS' NOVA, Green was nominated for two Emmys. In addition to receiving other awards, in 2006 Green was honoured with a Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in business and economic journalism Columbia University in New York, where he earned a Masters.