CNBC Parts Ways With Anchor Who Made Accusations Against NBCUniversal C.E.O.

On Tuesday, CNBC said it was parting ways with anchor and senior correspondent Hadley Gamble, who accused the former chief executive of NBCUniversal, the network’s parent unit, of sexual harassment.

CNBC called Gamble a “prominent journalist” with “deep experience in the Middle East and beyond,” having worked for the business news network for more than a decade.

“Her initiative and drive have secured valuable interviews with world political leaders. We wish her every success in the future,” the statement said.

CNBC and Gamble have reached an agreement for her to leave the company, according to people familiar with the decision. The person declined to provide details.

In late March, Gamble filed a complaint accusing former NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell of sexual harassment. Allegations of bullying and discrimination were also filed on CNBC. The dozen-page complaint also named CNBC’s international manager.

The complaint kicked off an investigation that led to Shell’s dismissal last month and has implications across NBCUniversal’s sprawling global enterprise. Comcast president Michael Cavanagh has been appointed director of his NBCUniversal.

Gamble didn’t respond to a request for comment.

Shell said Gamble’s complaint “grossly misrepresents the facts of what happened.”

Shell’s sudden dismissal put CNBC at the center of its own dramatic corporate story. CNBC, a hugely profitable global company with stations in financial cities such as London and Dubai, faces the same challenges as other cable channels as viewers abandon traditional TV for streaming services. overcoming a lot of

The network is looking to partially offset that decline by expanding subscription products such as the CNBC Pro service and Jim Cramer’s CNBC Investing Club.

This is a developing story. Check back again for more details.

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