Cantor Fitzgerald to hold annual Sept. 11 Charity Day: 'I think about all the friends that I lost'
Exclusive: Howard Lutnick shares company’s reconstruction after 9/11
Cantor Fitzgerald L.P. Chairman and CEO Howard Lutnick joins ‘The Claman Countdown’ to reflect on company’s rebuilding efforts following the Sept. 11 terrorist attack and weighs in on the markets leading up to a major Fed meeting.
Cantor Fitzgerald will hold its annual Charity Day event in memory of those who lost their lives Sept. 11, 2001.
Cantor Fitzgerald occupied the five floors above the impact zone where the plane struck the North Tower. The company lost 658 employees in the terrorist attack, the majority of its 960-person New York workforce.
Rather than shut down, the company worked to rebuild and tried to find a way to honor and remember those who lost their lives.
Cantor Fitzgerald chairman and CEO Howard Lutnick told FOX Business’ Liz Claman about his emotions whenever he hosts the Charity Day events.
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"I get that feeling as this time gets closer and closer … I think about all the friends that I lost," Lutnick said. "They stay in your heart and then, on the days getting closer to 9/11 and on Charity Day, they come right to the top of your mind."