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Barstool Sports founder admits company was ‘moronic’ in its spat with comedian

The comedian, Miel Bredouw, said Barstool posted her clip without credit, then barraged her with messages and offered her $2,000 to drop her complaint.

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‘It’s just not fair’: Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy defends his site against accusations of toxicity and misogyny

Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy defended his website against accusations of toxicity, saying they are from "keyboard warriors."
Barstool Sports founder Dave Portnoy

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‘They’ve been who they are for a long time’: Big brands are sticking with Barstool Sports after sexual-harassment claims

One week after a Daily Beast story reported alleged sexual harassment within Barstool Sports, the site's big advertisers are running sponsored content while some programmatic advertisers are removing the site from media buys.
Chloe Kim.

Barstool Sports radio host apologizes after making sexually inappropriate comments about 17-year-old Olympic gold medalist Chloe Kim

A Barstool Sports radio host apologized Wednesday for calling the 17-year-old US Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim a "hot piece of ass" in a SiriusXM appearance.
"I could hardly feed myself, but I found my passion," says Erika Nardini, pictured.

What the CEO of Barstool Sports says to people who call the site ‘sexist’

Erika Nardini, the CEO of Barstool Sports, says the company is "intentionally not PC" and "our guys just want to do things that are funny."
New hires should "understand what they're walking into," says Erika Nardini, pictured right with Barstool Sports' founder, Dave Portnoy.

The CEO of Barstool Sports beat 74 men for the job — here’s how she won

Erika Nardini explains how she aced her interview for the position of CEO at Barstool Sports by demonstrated that she understood the company's mission.
"I could hardly feed myself, but I found my passion," says Erika Nardini, pictured.

The CEO of Barstool Sports made an early career move that was ‘the worst decision’ and knocked her salary down $34,000 — here’...

Erika Nardini, CEO of Barstool Sports, once worked in Fidelity's legal department. She found her true passion once she switched to the advertising department.