Business Insider
Date: 2010-09-27
Author: Peter Lauria

Article Mentions
Author, Peter Lauria
Mentioned, Jeff Zucker
Mentioned, Bonnie Hammer
Mentioned, Jay Leno
Mentioned, Ron Meyer
Mentioned, Steve Burke
Mentioned, Dick Ebersol
Mentioned, Jeffrey Immelt
Mentioned, Lauren Zalaznick
Mentioned, Bob Greenblatt
Mentioned, Steve Capus
Mentioned, Ben Silverman
Mentioned, Mark Hoffman
Mentioned, Charlie Gasparino
Mentioned, Jeff Gaspin
Mentioned, Jeff Shell
Mentioned, Brian Roberts
Mentioned, Zalaznick
Mentioned, CNN
Mentioned, Fox News
Mentioned, NBC
Mentioned, The New York Times
Mentioned, Bravo
Mentioned, Showtime
Mentioned, UPS
Mentioned, The Washington Post
Mentioned, TED
Mentioned, The Daily Beast
With CEO Jeff Zucker leaving, Peter Lauria says NBCs backbiting days are over, asks who will rise in the new era, and talks to Zucker about his legacy. Well, theres always politics. Or Jon Kleins job at CNN. NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker announced Friday that he is leaving the only professional home hes ever known, officially vacating his corner office at the storied 30 Rockan office he diligently worked his way into over the course of nearly a quarter centuryto usher in the Comcast era under Steve Burke. The only surprising aspect of Zuckers resignation was the timing. Everyone who pays attention to the medias corporate machinations knew this was coming; it was always a matter of when. The swiftness with which he was dispatched, several mo...(read more)
... leaving, Peter Lauria says NBCs backbiting days are over, asks who will rise in the new era, and talks to Zucker about his legacy. Well, theres always politics. Or Jon Kleins job at CNN. NBC Universal CEO Jeff Zucker announced Friday that he is leavi ...
... and Bravo head Zalaznick">Lauren Zalaznick. Alternately, and in lieu of that, another plan under consideration would see Hammer gain control of the broadcast network and Zalaznick ruling the combined companys cable and digital operations. People familiar with t ...
... out of The Tonight Show to make room for Conan OBrien, only to move Leno back after a few months. In GEs statement Friday, CEO Jeffrey Immelt said, He never blinked when it came to tough decisions. Sure there have been ups and downs in the last qu ...


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