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    Tronc Chairman Michael Ferro Steps Down Hours Before Report Detailing Unwanted Sexual Advances

    Michael Ferro, the former Tronc chairman, stepped down from the company’s board on Monday, effective immediately, just hours before a report from Fortune outlined allegations of sexual advances by two women who were doing business with him. Ferro, a Chicago businessman and largest Tronc shareholder, will be replaced by Tronc CEO Justin Dearborn. The company’s [...]

  • Harvey Weinstein

    The Weinstein Co. Declares Bankruptcy

    The Weinstein Co. announced Monday that it had filed for bankruptcy, finding itself unable to survive the allegations of sexual abuse leveled against co-founder Harvey Weinstein last fall. The company may yet be able to reorganize and continue to produce TV shows and films under new ownership. Lantern Capital put in a “stalking horse” bid, [...]

  • AT&T

    What We Learned From the First Day of the AT&T-Time Warner Antitrust Trial

    WASHINGTON — Monday was the first day of the antitrust trial over AT&T’s proposed merger with Time Warner, and it was hardly an explosive day of testimony. Actually, the proceedings were really evidentiary hearings, in which the judge heard from both sides on what emails and documents they thought should be allowed to be admitted [...]

  • Harvey Weinstein

    Weinstein Bankruptcy Could Free Employees From Non-Disclosure Agreements

    The Weinstein Co. may release employees from their non-disclosure agreements as part of a bankruptcy filing, giving a boost to those who are pursuing cases against Harvey Weinstein, a source tells Variety. The company is expected to declare bankruptcy as soon as Monday, after a deal to sell the company to an investor group backed [...]

  • Hannibal Buress

    Hannibal Buress' Mic Cut After Joking About Molestation in Catholic Church

    UPDATED: A mic-cut shortened Hannibal Buress’ performance at Loyola University Chicago on Saturday night after the comedian cracked jokes about child molestation in the Catholic Church. While performing at the Catholic university, the “Broad City” and “Spider-Man: Homecoming” actor projected an email from Loyola on stage, which prohibited him from addressing sexual assault or cursing on [...]

  • Milwaukee Brewers Reenact Famous 'The Sandlot'

    Milwaukee Brewers Reenact Famous 'Sandlot' Scene in Honor of Film's 25th Anniversary

    In honor of the 25th anniversary of “The Sandlot,” players from the Milwaukee Brewers recreated one of the film’s most iconic moments. In the clip posted to the MLB team’s Twitter on Monday, Stephen Vogt stars as Hamilton ‘Ham’ Porter, hitting a home run during an afternoon with the gang. The ball soars over the [...]

  • Cynthia Nixon Unveils Candidacy for Governor

    Cynthia Nixon Unveils Candidacy for Governor of New York

    Former “Sex and the City” star Cynthia Nixon has unveiled her candidacy for governor in her home state of New York. Nixon’s bid could create a significant primary challenge for the Empire State’s incumbent Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Cuomo, a Democrat, is believed to have his eye on running for the White House in 2020. Nixon [...]

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