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how new york times reporters broke hollywood’s biggest sexual harassment story


want proof that journalism matters? look no further than harvey weinstein. were it not for the new york times and the new yorker, the indie mogul would still be hobnobbing at oscar parties, attending movie premieres and, if allegations are to be believed, routinely abusing and harassing women. instead, weinstein is facing multiple criminal investigations […]






hearst 100: joanna coles annual power luncheon addresses sexual harassment


the hearst 100 drew a powerful guest list, but the biggest stars were new york times reporters jodi kantor and megan twohey.






harvey weinstein scandal: the power of women sharing their stories


two weeks after the new york times published an investigation into sexual harassment allegations against harvey weinstein, director quentin tarantino tells new york times correspondent and cbs news contributor jodi kantor he feels ashamed for doing nothing after knowing about accusations against weinstein for decades. kantor, who broke the weinstein story with colleague megan twohey, joins "cbs this morning" to discuss the growing number of voices including actress lupita nyong'o.






on eve of golden globes, hollywood women fear backlash for sexual harassment & s


exclusive: "what we are seeing and hearing coming out now is a fraction of the ugly reality in this town," a prominent producer says of the sexual harassment and sexual assault allegations that have emerged out of hollywood in recent months. "and it's going to ultimately stay small, trust me," she adds. three months to the day after the new york times first published its detailed exposé alleging decades of sexual harassment and sexual assault by harvey weinstein, a female…






behind the "pattern" of sexual harassment claims in silicon valley


for months, the tech industry has been battling allegations of mistreatment and sexual harassment of women in the workplace. more than two dozen women recently spoke to the new york times about being sexually harassed by investors and high-profile venture capitalists. new york times correspondent and cbs news contributor jodi kantor joins "cbs this morning" to discuss what's going on and potential solutions.






report explores decades of sexual harassment claims at ford auto plants


a new investigation by the new york times reveals that employees who reported sexual harassment at ford auto plants in chicago often faced retaliation. new york times reporter and cbs news contributor jodi kantor joined cbsn with more on the allegations hitting blue collar industries.






how new york times reporters broke hollywood’s biggest sexual harassment story


want proof that journalism matters? look no further than harvey weinstein. were it not for the new york times and the new yorker, the indie mogul would still be hobnobbing at oscar parties, attending movie premieres and, if allegations are to be believed, routinely abusing and harassing women. instead, weinstein is facing multiple criminal investigations […]






time's up: nyt reporters on the golden globes' push to the future


sexual misconduct was a theme of sunday night's golden globes. celebrities dressed in all black flooded the red carpet in protest. the reporting of new york times' jodi kantor and melena ryzik, among others, helped exposed alleged sexual harassment and abuse in hollywood. kantor and ryzik join "cbs this morning" to discuss how the award ceremony sent powerful messages.






now harvey weinstein is suing the new york times 


earlier today, the new york times ran an explosive story alleging decades of sexual harassment at miramax and the weinstein co. at the hands of company boss harvey weinstein. the story was not unexpected, as yesterday reports surfaced that weinstein had hired two well-known attorneys, lisa bloom and charles harder, in…read more...






women of hollywood outline expansive anti-harassment initiative


many of hollywood’s most influential women have declared that time’s up for the serial abusers in their industry (and elsewhere), announcing an ambitious new anti-harassment initiative, per the new york times.read more...






new york city ballet chief under investigation for sexual harassment


peter martins, the artistic director of new york city ballet and an instructor at school of american ballet, has been accused of sexual harassment, and suspended from teaching his weekly class at the school, according to a new report. according to an article in the new york times, martins has been accused of harassment in […]






nyt's jodi kantor on misconduct allegations at ford: "work was used as leverage"


allegations of sexual harassment have toppled powerful people from hollywood to capitol hill this year, but a new investigation by the new york times gives voice to blue-collar workers. the article explores decades of sexual misconduct at two ford auto plants in chicago. cbs news contributor and new york times reporter jodi kantor joins "cbs this morning" to discuss the kind of alleged behavior women there endured for years, the systems that enable harassment and ford's response to the allegations.






harvey weinstein is suing the new york times for $50 million over its sexual har


he's hired the same attorney who helped bring down gawker.






björk shares sexual harassment story about "a danish film director"


with hollywood still getting rocked by the fallout from the new york times and new yorker stories about harvey weinstein’s long history of alleged harassment, björk has come forward with a story of her own about a different man in the movie industry who abused his power. björk laid it all out in a facebook post today,…read more...






tony goldwyn on sexual harassment: ‘we have to keep talking about it’


tony goldwyn says he has been “surprised” by the response he’s gotten since coming forward with his own story of sexual harassment. the “scandal” star had shared his experience while on a recent red carpet, in light of lupita nyong’o’s story in the new york times. “i thought [lupita’s story] was so powerful and was […]






harvey weinstein apologizes following bombshell new york times story


harvey weinstein has issued an apology following the new york times report thursday that detailed numerous allegations of sexual harassment against the media mogul. in a lengthy statement, he acknowledges that his behavior “with colleagues in the past has caused a lot of pain, and i sincerely apologize for it.” he adds, “though i'm trying to do better, i know i have a long way to go.” he notes he is being advised by attorney lisa bloom, who also issued a statement of her…






how much did the weinstein company's board of directors know?


more women are accusing hollywood movie mogul harvey weinstein of sexual harassment. the latest allegations come from stars like gwyneth paltrow and angelina jolie, as well as other actresses. cbs news contributor and new york times reporter jodi kantor, who co-authored the article that broke the story, joins "cbs this morning" to discuss the increasing number of allegations and whether the weinstein company's board of directors had any idea of the alleged behavior.






before weinstein: the times’ sexual harassment timeline needs to include the aus


the new york times story about harvey weinstein may have instigated a sea change, but it's important to acknowledge that the timeline goes back to much earlier this year.






before weinstein: the times’ sexual harassment timeline should include austin an


the new york times story about harvey weinstein may have instigated a sea change, but it's important to acknowledge that the timeline goes back to much earlier this year.






new york times reporters plan newsroom slowdown in support of copy editors


update, 8:50 am: a  new york times spokesperson gave deadline this response to the latest developments: “we take employee concerns seriously and support their right to speak their minds. but we also believe increasing the number of reporters is vital to the future of the new york times. even with these changes, we will have more editors than any similar news outlet and our editing standards and processes will remain the most robust and rigorous of any news organization.” e…






newswire: fox news has spent $13 million on bill o’reilly’s harassment settlemen


bill o’reilly remains one of the biggest names at fox news, a reliably bloviating presence whose ratings have only gone up since the political clusterfuck of the 2016 election. but for a network that was rocked last year by sexual harassment scandals, o’reilly is also one of its biggest liabilities; according to a new (and extremely detailed) new york times report out today, he’s cost the company $13 million in harassment settlements relating to his treatment of women. most of those incidents were sexual in nature, as in 2004, when fox paid out $9 million to producer andrea mackris over allegations that o’reilly sexually propositioned her and made inappropriate phone calls where he sounded like he was masturbating. (part of the settlement involved everyone involved absolving o’reilly of a






harvey weinstein to take leave amid sexual harassment report


harvey weinstein, the larger-than-life hollywood executive and oscar-winner, is taking a leave of absence from his own company after an explosive expose revealing decades of sexual harassment against women, from employees to actress ashley judd, was published in the new york times thursday.






newswire: update: fox news re-ups bill o’reilly’s contract amidst harassment set


bill o’reilly remains one of the biggest names at fox news, a reliably bloviating presence whose ratings have only gone up since the political clusterfuck of the 2016 election. but for a network that was rocked last year by sexual harassment scandals, o’reilly is also one of its biggest liabilities; according to a new (and extremely detailed) new york times report out today, he’s cost the company (and himself) $13 million in harassment settlements relating to his treatment of women. most of those incidents were sexual in nature, as in 2004, when $9 million was paid out to producer andrea mackris over allegations that o’reilly sexually propositioned her and made inappropriate phone calls where he sounded like he was masturbating. (part of the settlement involved everyone involved absolving






the weinstein co. board convenes amid harvey weinstein sexual harassment allegat


just hours after the new york times bombshell thursday report that detailed numerous allegations of sexual harassment against harvey weinstein, the board of the weinstein company is meeting at 5 pm pt to discuss the fate of its co-chairman weinstein, who has been the face of the company since its launch. weinstein already had taken a leave of absence from the company in anticipation of the damaging report, but the urgency with which a new emergency board meeting was…






bill o'reilly fires back on sexual harassment settlements report


former fox news host bill o'reilly is slamming a new york times report on payouts for sexual harassment claims. the times says six women received settlements totaling about $45 million from o'reilly or 21st century fox. o'reilly says no one ever filed a complaint against him. anna werner reports.






harvey weinstein taking leave of absence after sexual harassment allegations


hollywood producer harvey weinstein is taking a leave of absence after the new york times uncovered a long history of sexual harassment allegations and legal settlements. in a statement to the times, weinstein apologized for his behavior, saying he has "a long way to go."






harvey weinstein fired over sexual harassment claims


hollywood mogul harvey weinstein is out from the studio he co-founded in 2005. the weinstein company released a statement sunday saying he had been "terminated, effective immediately." his abrupt firing came just three days after the new york times reported weinstein paid off sexual harassment claims for decades. tony dokoupil reports.






behind the harassment allegations against fox news' bill o'reilly


fox news host bill o'reilly faces questions after a new york times investigation found that five women received a total of $13 million in payouts in exchange for their agreement to not pursue litigation or speak about their accusations of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior. cbs news contributor and new york times correspondent jodi kantor joins "cbs this morning" to discuss what this says about the company's culture.






white house: donald trump’s sexual harassment accusers all made it up


capping an extraordinary week in which nine women accused msnbc’s political pundit mark halperin of sexually harassing them when he was at abc news, the number of women accusing screenwriter/director james tobak topped 300, 70 women have accused harvey weinstein of sexual harassment, abuse, and rape, and both united talent agency and wme announced they have dropped bill o’reilly in wake of a new york times report he had personally settled a sex harassment allegation for…






fox renewed bill o'reilly contract despite knowledge of sexual harassment settle


former fox news host bill o'reilly vows to speak out monday against what he says are lies in a new york times report. the times says the fox news parent company, 21st century fox, renewed o'reilly's multi-million-dollar contract despite knowing he had settled sexual harassment claims against him. bianna golodryga reports.






comment on a pack of advertisers suspends ties to ‘o’reilly factor’ following se


hollywood boycotting anything because of sexual harassment is like nuns protesting that the pope is catholic. just more of the weird times we are in.






matt damon denies trying to kill 2004 new york times harvey weinstein story


matt damon responded on tuesday to claims that harvey weinstein asked him to help kill a new york times story about weinstein’s history of sexual harassment that was allegedly in the works more than a decade before the bombshell reports published over the past few days. the wrap founder sharon waxman alleged while she was […]






comment on fox news poised to drop bill o’reilly amid sexual harassment scandal


sorry pal, there's no room for nuance here. sexual harassment is against the law, plain and simple. he broke the law, and now he's gonna lose his job.






comment on harvey weinstein is suing the new york times for $50 million over its


look at harvey's smile…isn't he pretty ? i would love to watch him while he takes a shower…. call me, harv






hollywood's biggest stars launch anti-harassment coalition


more than 300 women in hollywood have started an anti-harassment initiative called time's up now to fight sexual harassment in the industry.






ny times reports fox news paid $13 million to settle o’reilly harassment claims;


a scalding new york times report today claims fox news’ bill o’reilly has cost the network $13 million in sexual harassment settlements with five women, including two that followed the departure last summer of chairman roger ailes, himself accused of multiple cases of harassment. o’reilly, host of the o’reilly factor, posted a response on his website, saying, in part, “in my more than 20 years at fox news channel, no one has ever filed a complaint about me with the human…






why sexual harassment is about power disparity - not sex


comedian louis c.k. is just the latest in a long line of high-profile people accused of sexual misconduct. the flood of accusations have opened up a national discussion on sexual harassment and assault. clinical associate professor of psychiatry at new york presbyterian hospital, dr. gail saltz, joins "cbs this morning: saturday" to discuss why sexual harassment is about power and the reason it's so difficult for victims to speak out.






new york times reporters plan newsroom slowdown in support of copy editors


tensions between newsroom employees and the new york times masthead kicked into higher gear thursday morning with the announcement of a brief work slowdown planned for 3 pm local time. that’s when reporters and editors will leave their desks for 15 to 20 minutes, according to sources at the paper with knowledge of the plan, and circle through the newsroom with signs supporting copy-desk editors whose ranks are being diminished by half. they will then head down to the…






comment on will fox news turn its back on bill o’reilly in face of sexual harass


unbelievable that anyone would believe the failing new york times! mr.o'reilly just doesn't seem the type to sexually a female employee. i think he's more professional than that. just like the new york times doesn't mind down right lying about #president trump






companies pull ads from "the o'reilly factor" after reports of sexual harassment


as of tuesday afternoon, 11 brands had pulled advertisements from "the o'reilly factor" after a new york times investigation found that five women who had accused host bill o'reilly of sexual harassment were paid settlements totaling around $13 million. dean reynolds reports.






companies pull ads from "the o'reilly factor" after reports of sexual harassment


as of tuesday afternoon, 11 brands had pulled advertisements from "the o'reilly factor" after a new york times investigation found that five women who had accused host bill o'reilly of sexual harassment were paid settlements totalling around $13 million. dean reynolds reports.






bill o’reilly complains about sexual harassment scandal: ‘it’s horrible what i w


bill o’reilly is opening up about the pain of multiple allegations of sexual harassment he has received over the years — specifically his pain. “it’s horrible what i went through, horrible what my family went through,” o’reilly told the new york times reporters emily steel and michael s. schmidt. the interview followed a times news report over the weekend of a previously undisclosed settlement between o’reilly and fox news analyst lis wiehl totaling $32 million. also read: bill o'reilly paid $32 million to settle sexual harassment claim (update) the january settlement is the largest known payout to any of o’reilly’s multiple accusers and was reached just one month before o’reilly was signed to a new multi-year contract at fox






bill o’reilly complains about sexual harassment scandal: ‘it’s horrible what i w


bill o’reilly is opening up about the pain of multiple allegations of sexual harassment he has received over the years — specifically his pain. “it’s horrible what i went through, horrible what my family went through,” o’reilly told the new york times reporters emily steel and michael s. schmidt. the interview followed a times news report over the weekend of a previously undisclosed settlement between o’reilly and fox news analyst liz wiehl totaling $32 million. also read: bill o'reilly paid $32 million to settle sexual harassment claim (update) the january settlement is the largest known payout to any of o’reilly’s multiple accusers and was reached just one month before o’reilly was signed to a new multi-year contract at fox






vice responds to an in-depth new york times report into its alleged culture of w


the new york times released the latest in an ongoing series of reports about sexual harassment in the american media today, this time targeting the culture at punk-rock news outlet turned disney-partnering production giant vice. the profile—which involved interviews with more than 100 vice employees, past and…read more...






comment on james franco new york times event canceled in wake of sexual harassme


twitter has nothing to do with it. and if you don't fuck with random women, you're never going to get laid at all. until she is your girlfriend, "your woman" is random to you. and until you mess with her emotions, you'll probably never know what she can do to you. the only way to counteract a potential frivolous claim of sexual harassment is to never be around women at all. hence it's pointless unless we can establish some #metoo rules. because right now there aren't any.






new york times cuts ties with weinstein lawyer david boies after “secret spying


the aftermath of the harvey weinstein sexual harassment scandal continues with the new york times firing the disgraced hollywood producer’s lawyer david boies who helped hire a private investigation firm to collect information about the women who accused weinstein of sexual misconduct and reporters who were investigating his past. according to a new yorker article by ronan farrow,  boies helped weinstein employ black cube, which is run mostly by former officers of mossad…






harvey weinstein’s threatened ny times lawsuit dead; another lawyer leaves


more than a week after a lawyer for harvey weinstein promised a big lawsuit against the new york times over the paper’s detailed october 5 piece on allegations of sexual harassment against the mogul, that legal threat has gone away, as has the lawyer. joining the likes of the already exited lisa bloom and lanny davis, charles harder is no longer working for the ex-the weinstein company co-chair, deadline has confirmed. "he has been gone for about a week," a source says of…






harvey weinstein’s threatened ny times lawsuit dead; another lawyer leaves


over a week after a lawyer for harvey weinstein promised a big lawsuit against the new york times over the paper’s detailed october 5 piece on allegations of sexual harassment against the mogul, that legal threat has gone away, as has the lawyer. joining the likes of the already exited lisa bloom and lanny davis, charles harder is no longer working for the ex-the weinstein company co-chair, deadline has confirmed. "he has been gone for about a week," a source says of the…






gabrielle union says ‘the floodgates have opened for white women’ when it comes


the "being mary jane" actress got incredibly candid with the new york times when talking about sexual harassment and assault.






ny times reports 21st century fox & bill o’reilly paid combined $13m to settle h


a scalding new york times report today claims fox news’ bill o’reilly has cost the network’s parent company, 21st century fox, millions of dollars in sexual harassment settlements, including two that followed the departure last summer of chairman roger ailes, himself accused of multiple cases of harassment. payments total $13 million, with fox picking up the tab for three of the suits, and o’reilly for two. o’reilly, host of the o’reilly factor, posted a response on his…