Hadley Gamble, a CNBC reporter terminated as part of the business-news outlet's headlines involving corporate parents and the ouster of its most recent CEOhimself is leaving the company.
“CNBC announced today that Hadley Gamble, anchor and senior international correspondent, is leaving the company,” the network said in a statement. “Gamble has been a distinguished reporter for CNBC for more than a decade, taking on highly visible and challenging assignments, and developing deep expertise in the Middle East and beyond. His initiative and drive have earned him the attention of many world political leaders. Have had valuable interviews with them.We wish them every success in their future endeavours.
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The New York Times previously reported Exit Agreement Between Gamble and CNBC.
NBCUniversal's corporate parent, Comcast, said in an April SEC filing A complaint of “inappropriate conduct”, including sexual harassment, was received against Schell, who took over the reins as CEO of NBCU in 2020. Cause.”
Gamble was based in Abu Dhabi, where she anchored the “Capital Connection” broadcast. She has worked for the network since 2010. Her previous jobs include CNN in Abu Dhabi and ABC News and Fox News in Washington.
She has been actively reporting for CNBC in recent days, interviewing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in April. In October 2021, she interviewed Russian President Vladimir Putin at an energy forum in Moscow, asking him about his succession plans, cryptocurrencies, and the well-being of jailed dissident Alexei Navalny.
Comcast has hired corporate president Mike Cavanagh over NBCU operations for the foreseeable future.
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