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CALIFORNIA: Former NBC Universal CEO Jeff Shell has to let go of a large sum from his payday after being fired for disciplinary reasons. During an internal investigation, he was found guilty in a sexual harassment complaint by CNBC host Hadley Gamble. On Friday, April 28, parent company Comcast announced the latest development related to Shell’s layoff.

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The filing read: “Shell waived vested and unvested stock options with an “estimated fair value of $43.3 million at termination date.” He added: “You will receive only your accrued but unpaid base salary and vacation time, vested employee benefits, and reimbursement of any unreimbursed business expenses in accordance with your employment contract.” The filing also shared the compensation Shell received in 2022, earning just over $21 million in total pay last year.

In disclosing the breakdown, the company lists a sum that included a base salary of $2.5 million, stock awards totaling $6.6 million, option awards totaling approximately $4.2 million, and $7.5 million. of a no-capital executive compensation plan based on organizational performance. Shell also earned about $215,000 in other compensation, including personal use of company-owned private planes. The 57-year-old was ousted after the investigation “led by outside counsel into an allegation of misconduct,” reports the New York Post.


Shell admitted to having “an inappropriate relationship with a woman at the company”. Although Comcast did not name the employee who filed the complaint, Hadley Gamble’s attorney, Suzanne McKie, later revealed the identity. “The investigation into Mr. Shell arose from a complaint by my client for sexual harassment and sexual discrimination. Given these circumstances, it is very disappointing that my client’s name has been disclosed and his privacy breached,” McKie, managing partner at UK-based firm Farore Law, said in a statement.

Comcast CEO Brian Roberts reacted to Shell’s firing: “Let me acknowledge the news that everyone saw earlier this week, obviously a difficult time. But we are very fortunate to have a terrific and tenured leadership team at NBCUniversal.”Read More…..

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