Gretchen Carlson plans to use her experiences with sexual harassment to help change the law in the United States regarding forced arbitration. Carlson, who settled a lawsuit with former Fox News CEO Roger Ailes after accusing Ailes and...Show More Summary
Former Fox News chief Roger Ailes isn't talking to presidential candidate and alleged friend Donald Trump. National Political Director Jim Murphy quit. Trump's Campaign CEO, Kellyanne Conway, is reduced to sighing quips on Twitter. Trump...Show More Summary
In another piece of uncomfortable news for Roger Ailes, the New York Times reports that Spotlight director Tom McCarthy will be the executive producer for a new miniseries about the ousted Fox News CEO and the many allegations of sexual harassment and abuse against him. Show More Summary
Back in July, Fox News CEO Roger Ailes stepped down following months of accusations of sexual harassment and other inappropriate behavior in the workplace. The conservative news network was sued by Gretchen Carlson, a former on-air personality...Show More Summary
Rogers has revealed that its President and CEO Guy Laurence has left the Canadian wireless carrier, effective immediately.
Fox News was rocked by allegations of sexual harassment, with Roger Ailes forced to resign as chairman and CEO. Multiple Fox News personalities have come forward, saying that they were
The longtime anchor denies ousted Fox News CEO Roger Ailes made him stay in the closet.
NEW YORK (AP) — As more people watch TV over the internet, the entertainment industry has "to get on board with it," said Roger Lynch, the CEO of Sling TV. Sling, which is owned by satellite TV company Dish Network, was one of the first...Show More Summary
As more people watch TV over the internet, the entertainment industry has "to get on board with it," said Roger Lynch, the CEO of Sling TV.
Fox News was rocked by the sexual harassment scandal involving former CEO Roger Ailes, as well as numerous high-powered executives. While Gretchen Carlson was the first Fox News anchor to
Most people downsize after losing a job. But not Roger Ailes, the founder and former chairman/CEO of Fox News! Ailes, who resigned in July with a reported $40 million payout amid sexual harassment allegations, recently bought himself a gargantuan oceanfront mansion in Palm Beach, FL, for $37 million. Show More Summary
In a wonderful bit of dead air, an entire Fox News panel juddered to a painful halt when a host implied that their old CEO Roger Ailes is the one telling Donald Trump to say sexist things about former Miss Universe Alicia Machado. Ailes...Show More Summary
Former Fox News host Andrea Tantaros has just sent out an affidavit bolstering her harassment case against former Fox News Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes.
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.