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Charlie Rose, the television news icon, is facing accusations of lewd and inappropriate behavior leveled in eight accounts provided to the Washington Post.
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Three women have told Business Insider of their experiences while interning for Rose, or seeking to work for him, in 2005, 2008 and 2010. You can read our story here.
Back on Wall Street, it’s not looking good for Wall Street bond traders. Wall Street has had a dismal year – and the latest business-by-business report card confirms it. And hedge-fund manager Barry Rosenstein put his Hamptons beach house on the market for $70 million.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen will be stepping down from the central bank’s powerful board of governors after President Donald Trump refused to reappoint her to a second term.
And AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson responded to the US government’s attempt to block it’s acquisition of Time Warner, citing giants like Amazon, Google, Facebook and Netflix as examples of companies with expanding clout.
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