Roger Ailes, the Fox News chairman and CEO who stepped down amid a sexual harassment scandal, has time on his hands. And that’s a scary prospect, Samantha Bee says. “Fox News’ chief executive in charge of whipping it out” could use his...Show More Summary
Students at Ohio University petitioned the school to have Roger Ailes’ name removed from the newsroom at Ohio University’s Radio-Television Communications Building. The petition called him a “national symbol of sexual abuse” and demanded the university cut ties with the disgraced former Fox News chairman. Show More Summary
Amid an avalanche of sexual harassment allegations, former Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes has put two of the handful of homes that comprise his 20-plus-acre hilltop compound in bucolic Garrison, N.Y, up for sale, with asking prices considerably below what he paid. The publicly pilloried septuagenarian media tycoon, who resigned his powerful post... Read more »
Ohio University plans to remove former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes' name from its newsroom.
Earlier this year, former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson filed a lawsuit against Roger Ailes, then Chairman and CEO of Fox News, alleging sexual harassment. This week, the anchor announced that she had reached a settlement with 21st Century Fox. Here's what you need to know about sexual harassment and settlements.
“Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera [has written] an apology for his early support of Roger Ailes, when allegations of sexual harassment against the former Fox News CEO and Chairman first surfaced,” reports Politico. The story also says that “In a...
Fox News has been making unpleasant headlines in recent months thanks to allegations from Gretchen Carlson that former CEO Roger Ailes had sexually harassed her. Now, Fox News has reached a big settlement with Carlson.
It's been just two months since the former Fox News anchor sued network CEO Roger Ailes July 6.
21st Century Fox has agreed to a settlement with Gretchen Carlson, the anchorwoman who sued Roger Ailes alleging harassment and retaliation in July. Ailes, the powerful Fox News CEO and chairman, resigned in the wake of the allegations, which he has continuously denied. Show More Summary
On the same day that Fox News settled Gretchen Carlson's sexual harassment lawsuit against former CEO Roger Ailes for $20 million, another high-profile woman is leaving the cable network: On The Record anchor Greta Van Susteren. On Tuesday...Show More Summary
The battle is over. The war for Roger Ailes is probably not over just yet. The parent company of Fox News has settled a lawsuit against its former CEO Roger Ailes for $20 million, a stunning admission that the company does not want to...Show More Summary
In early July, Gretchen Carlson filed a sexual harassment suit against Fox Network CEO Roger Ailes. In a rare turn of events, her accusations were taken seriously, sparking a wave of horrifying and detailed claims about Ailes by many...Show More Summary
Gretchen Carlson filed papers on Tuesday (September 6) to dismiss her suit against Fox News’ former CEO Roger Ailes for sexual harassment. The network released a statement that the case had been settled, reportedly for $20 million. “21st Century Fox is pleased to announce that it has settled Gretchen Carlson’s lawsuit,” the statement read (via [...]
Former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson settled her sexual harassment lawsuit against former Fox News chairman and CEO Roger Ailes for $20 million, according to a Tuesday report in Vanity Fair. As part of the agreement, Carlson agreed not to bring further lawsuits against other network executives, the report said. Show More Summary
“Roger Ailes, the former CEO of Fox News who left the company amid accusations that he sexually harassed women, has indicated that he and his wife might sue New York magazine,” Politico reports. New York magazine issued a statement: “New [...]
Roger Ailes, the founder and recently ousted CEO of Fox News, has hired a well-known libel lawyer for a possible suit against New York Magazine and its reporter Gabriel Sherman, Financial Times reported. Ailes has retained Charles Harder,...Show More Summary
Recordings have surfaced of former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes making sexually suggestive comments to Gretchen Carlson, the former Fox News show host who was the first of over two dozen women to accuse the executive of sexual harassmen...
Earlier this week, lawyers for disgraced former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes contacted the Daily Beast's Lloyd Grove to smear New York Magazine's Gabriel Sherman, because Sherman had been working on a(nother) damning story about Ailes. That...Show More Summary
New York magazine on Friday morning published an end-of-summer, longform story chronicling the fall from power of former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes. Ailes was forced to resign from his position in July after former host Gretchen...Show More Summary
Two guns were discovered in the office of recently departed Fox News CEO Roger Ailes. His lawyer claims the weapons are permitted and were purchased legally.