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"What can I learn?" Beth Comstock pictured.

A former GE and NBC exec was fed up with her domineering coworker until she asked herself a question that made him tolerable

Former NBC and GE executive Beth Comstock once had an annoying coworker who constantly talked over her. But instead of waiting for him to change, she shifted her own mindset to what she could learn from him about working smarter, not harder.
"I realized I was being felt out." Steve Jobs and Beth Comstock pictured.

‘It was all very Jedi’: Former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock remembers what it was like interviewing with Steve Jobs in 2005

Steve Jobs, cofounder and CEO of Apple, interviewed former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock for a job in 2005. "It was all very Jedi," Comstock says. Jobs then made her two different offers, which she declined.
"SNL" cast members Pete Davidson, Kyle Mooney, Aidy Bryant, Mikey Day, and Beck Bennett attend the Emmys in 2017.

Pete Davidson’s 21 best moments on ‘SNL’ — from his ‘Weekend Update’ monologues to his recurring character Chad

At 20 years old, Pete Davidson became one of the youngest "Saturday Night Live" cast members of all time. He has now been a key player on the NBC sketch comedy show for five seasons.
Ellen DeGeneres said women and girls need to continue speaking up.

Ellen DeGeneres emotionally addresses Trump’s mocking of Kavanaugh’s accuser: ‘You don’t do that’

Ellen DeGeneres addressed the sexual assault accusations against Brett Kavanaugh in a conversation with "Today" cohost Savannah Guthrie. DeGeneres forcefully condemned President Donald Trump for mocking Kavanaugh's accuser, saying it's not about politics but rather about respect.
Megan Mullally, Sean Hayes, Eric McCormack, and Debra Messing star on "Will and Grace."

Debra Messing says politics and addressing controversial issues are ‘part of the DNA’ of ‘Will & Grace’

The revival of "Will & Grace" was sparked by the 2016 presidential election, and star Debra Messing told INSIDER that being politically relevant while maintaining humor is a key to the long-running NBC sitcom's success.
Ellen DeGeneres is known for her lighthearted comedy and friendly demeanor.

Ellen DeGeneres opened up about being ‘a victim of sexual abuse’ and how she’s ‘furious’ that victims aren’t belie...

Ellen DeGeneres recently opened up to "Today" cohost Savannah Guthrie about her experience with sexual abuse. When asked how she has been affected by Christine Blasey Ford's testimony on Brett Kavanaugh, DeGeneres said she is "furious at people who don't believe it."
History would say she made a "dumb" move — Beth Comstock, pictured, isn't so sure.

Former GE and NBC exec Beth Comstock is still sorry she turned down a job offer from Steve Jobs more than 10 years ago, but it’s not because of ...

Former NBC and GE exec Beth Comstock was offered two different jobs at Apple over a decade ago. She turned them both down because she wanted to focus on content over technology. Today, she somewhat regrets her decision, but understands why she made it.
Kenan Thompson was glad to have missed Kanye West's speech.

‘Saturday Night Live’ star Kenan Thompson supports Kanye West’s right to an opinion but wonders ‘if that’s the moment to...

The comedian spoke with Seth Meyers Monday night about Kanye West's pro-Trump speech at the end of NBC's "Saturday Night Live" and said that while everyone can say what they want to say, he was glad to have already left the stage when it happened.
Kanye West wearing his MAGA hat on the "SNL" stage next to host Adam Driver and cast member Kenan Thompson.

Kanye West went on a pro-Trump rant at the end of ‘SNL’ that wasn’t seen on TV — and the audience wasn’t impressed

Kanye West was the guest performer on the season 44 premiere of "Saturday Night Live." At the end of the broadcast, West took the stage wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat to address President Trump and running in 2020.
Pete Davidson talks openly about his engagement to singer Ariana Grande on "SNL."

Pete Davidson jokes that his relationship with Ariana Grande won’t last on ‘SNL’

"Saturday Night Live's" Pete Davidson appeared as himself on "Weekend Update" to discuss his engagement with Ariana Grande. He said he couldn't believe it, but also joked that it won't last. The comedian discussed a prenup and switching Grande's birth control with Tic Tacs.