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Daily Dose: The sex-abuse lawsuit against TV executive David Neuman was dropped late Wednesday when accuser Michael Egan withdrew his case from a court in Hawaii. "Today's news affirms to everyone that David Neuman's fine reputation deserves to stand strong and was attacked without merit," his lawyer Patricia Glaser said in a statement. But Neuman is in no mood to say "bygones." Glaser went on to say, "We will hold accountable those who wrongly created the hurt and damage by making outrageous, untruthful assertions that cannot be undone."
Deal time! The upfront market, where TV networks sell advertising inventory for the new fall TV season, is starting to heat up. Thanks to its strong performance,
Back to work. Lara Logan, who was suspended last year from CBS News after the network had to back away from a
It's your fault! No, it's your fault!
Inside the Los Angeles Times: A delay in the release of a big movie doesn't have the stigma it once did says Steven Zeitchik in an analysis of the delay for "Jupiter Ascending."