NBCUniversal CEO Jeff Shell leaves company following misconduct investigation


Jeff Shell, chief executive of Comcast Corp.’s NBCUniversal, abruptly left the company Sunday following an investigation into a complaint of inappropriate conduct.

“We are disappointed to share this news with you,” Comcast CMCSA CEO Brian Roberts and President Mike Cavanaugh said in a statement. “We built this company on a culture of integrity. Nothing is more important than how we treat each other. You should count on your leaders to create a safe and respectful workplace. When our principles and policies are violated, we…

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