But the network won't make changes to personnel.
Lorne Michaels had to pressure Fey to return to ‘SNL’ for a night, and Oprah almost made her miss the show.
The MSNBC president’s chi is totally out of wack over all these unjust rumors circulating about his network.
Complaints about liberal bias and on-air squabbling caused MSNBC to remand the anchors back to their own shows.
Plus, lawyers make criminals sing (to 'Don Giovanni'), another spectacular apartment you can't afford hits the market, and more, in our daily industry roundup.
In a 'Portfolio' profile, we learn a little bit about Jeff Zucker's personal castle.
The actress smoothly buys into a hard-to-crack co-op, while JPMorgan and the New York 'Times' struggle, in our daily digest of real-estate, finance, media and law news.
It will be about sexy, well-dressed twentysomething women who are already captains of industry, but still have rollicking social lives. You know, a farce.
The Hollywood couple will be moving into bigger digs than originally planned at One Madison Park. Plus, the latest on Wall Street, in the Hamptons, and down at 30 Rock in our daily industry roundup.
But they did better than analysts predicted. That, plus the latest on Hamptons real-estate prices, Condé Nast's upper echelons, and the "You go girl!" spinner, in our daily industry roundup.
The endless memorials were one thing, but now he's saving people's lives from beyond the grave?
Technically, the famous call girl is forced to admit, she exploited herself. Plus! Boutique hotels in Brooklyn are fighting, NBC gets a bargain on the Weather Channel, and we all may all end up paying for the Fed bailout of Bear Stearns, in our daily roundup of law, real estate, media and finance news.
The hit NBC weight-loss show held auditions on Saturday at Rockefeller Center. We were there chubby-chasing.
Plus, the latest on what's going on at Citibank, JPMorgan, and on the Upper East Side, in our daily industry roundup.
Bajillionaire Branson may be spending more time in Manhattan. Meanwhile, Cablevision lawyer Harvey L. Beneson mortgages his Hamptons house to pay off his lawsuit, UBS clients run scared as a federal investigation warms up, and another magazine catering to the rich appears on the horizon, in today's roundup of news from the worlds of real estate, law, finance, and media.
The founding Wonkette editor signs on to do irreverent political coverage for Maer's magazine, another Charles Kushner associate goes down, and Andrew Cuomo noses around Dick Grasso's package, in our daily roundup of news from the worlds of media, real estate, law, and finance.
The NBC personality uses Goldberg's Peanut Chews as lure.
The mayor gives developers and union leaders a piece of his mind at a press conference on this morning's crane collapse, students and colleagues of a popular Wall Street figure are flabbergasted by the SEC charges filed against him, and CNN's Jessica Yellin gets into a war of words about the war.
Also, Lehman Brothers weighs its options, and 15 CPW breaks the $100 million barrier.
In our daily industry roundup, the former Citigroup chairman second-guesses himself on the appointment of successor Charles Prince. And more!