What was in the memo that got a Tribune exec suspended?

Less than one week after The New York Times ran a scathing piece on the Tribune Co.’s “frat house” culture, Tribune Chief Innovation Officer Lee Abrams sent a companywide memo containing the word “slut” and links to off-color videos. He apologized, but was suspended indefinitely and without pay for the memo. From a PR standpoint, the Tribune handled this one well. Read  more — and, if you like, see the off-color videos that led to the suspension. The videos are fr…

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