Matt Lauer

The couple separated after the longtime NBC anchor was fired from the "Today" show for allegedly sexually assaulting and harassing co-workers.
They faced strong disagreement on Twitter about whether the longtime co-host, fired for sexual misconduct, should have been skipped.
“Megyn Kelly was a huge talent," the executive said, but her show never took off.
“F**k it! Sweep the floor at Starbucks until you learn! If you can’t learn, you don’t belong in the boardroom," Fonda said.
From Matt Lauer to Louis C.K., it looks like the beginning of another round of Me Too comeback stories.
Before we let any of the bad men return, we have to make sure the women whose suffering they caused are made whole.
The company says NBC leaders didn't know about their star anchor's misconduct.
A tearful colleague came to her saying Lauer had "sexually harassed her, physically," Curry told The Washington Post.
A former NBC News war correspondent is among those accusing the longtime anchor.
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She said she was proud of how quickly CBS and NBC took action.
Ann Curry appeared on CBS ‘This Morning’ to address the rumors her disgraced co-anchor Matt Lauer was behind her firing from NBC’s ‘Today Show’ in 2012.
The show's 7 a.m. and 8 a.m. slots will now be led by a trio of women.
Ann Curry returned to the ‘Today Show’ to address the rumors her disgraced co-anchor Matt Lauer was behind her firing from the show in 2012.
The five-part series titled ”#MeToo, Now What?” debuts on Feb. 2.
"I can say that I would be surprised if many women did not understand that there was a climate of verbal harassment that existed."
When a woman is paid less than a third of what a man received for the same job, it's impossible to ignore the gender context.