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Axel Springer removes Bild editor Julian Reichelt after an NYT report detailed allegations that he behaved inappropriately with women at the publication
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Profile of Iole Lucchese, a Scholastic exec given control of the company after the sudden death of CEO Dick Robinson; sources say they were romantic partners
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Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences CEO Dawn Hudson says she will not renew her contract after her three-year term ends in 2023
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