Jeff Flock joined FOX Business Network (FBN) as a Chicago-based reporter in September 2007.
Flock has reported on the ground from some of the most historic hurricanes, most recently in the eye and aftermath of hurricanes Florence, Michael, and Harvey, which were all category 4 storms.
Throughout his tenure at FBN, Flock has also reported from major industry events around the country, including the Detroit Auto Show, the Commodity Trading Pit, and the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Airshow. His coverage has featured interviews with industry titans such as Ford CEO Mark Fields, Ford Executive Vice President Joe Hinrichs, General Motors CEO Mary Barra, also among many others.
Prior to FBN, Flock was the Managing Editor and Anchor of Hurricane Now, LLC, a website specializing in hurricane coverage in the United States. Flock spent 24 years at CNN, beginning in 1980 when he helped launch the network and its first newscast. His last 19 years at CNN, ending in 2004, were as the Chicago Bureau Chief and correspondent, where he managed coverage of the Midwestern region and helped report on some of this nation's most compelling stories. He received several awards for his work here, including a George Foster Peabody Award for the network's coverage of the Gulf War, and an Emmy in 1996 for coverage of the Oklahoma City bombing.
Flock received a Bachelor of Science degree in broadcast journalism from Boston University.