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Troy Young Resigns From Hearst Following Reports of Inappropriate Behavior

Posted on July 23 2020

On Thursday afternoon, Hearst Magazines CEO Steven R. Swartz announced that Troy Young would not be continuing in his role as the publishing giant's president. "Troy Young and I have agreed that it is in the best interest of all of us that he resign his position as president of Hearst ...

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