CNBC Anchor Hadley Gamble Leaves Network After Accusing former CEO of Sexual Harrassment

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A CNBC anchor who filed a sexual harassment complaint that led to the fall of NBC Universal CEO Jeff Shell is now reportedly leaving the network.

According to the Post, Hadley Gamble, a senior foreign reporter for the business network, won a settlement worth millions of dollars.

Before filing the lawsuit accusing Shell of sexual harassment and sexual discrimination, Gamble had a sporadic connection with Shell dating back to 2012.

Shell abruptly left NBC Universal in April as a result of Gamble’s complaint.

Gamble relocated to Abu Dhabi in 2017 to work as a Middle East and North Africa correspondent for CNBC International.

She has covered a variety of issues in this capacity, including as the diplomatic crisis involving Qatar, the ascent of Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and the regional COVID-19 pandemic’s economic effects.

Gamble has also contributed often to other news organizations, such as CNN, Fox News, and MSNBC.

She has presided over panels at a number of illustrious gatherings, including the Abu Dhabi International Petroleum Exhibition and Conference and the World Economic Forum in Davos.

Additionally, Gamble was the subject of an internal probe concerning her friendship with billionaire Tom Barrack, 76, who endorsed former President Donald Trump.

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