NEW YORK -- This time "you're fired" is more than a Donald Trump catchphrase. Fox is turning the firing of real people from real jobs into prime-time entertainment starting this week. The network on Thursday will begin airing "Does Someone Have to Go?" a series where cameras go into small businesses and... Read More »
Jerry Davis worked at Fox Sports for 15 years, without being promoted once. He now believes that he knows why: He is African-American. Of the roughly 34 people in top management positions at Fox Sports, he says that none are black -- and, as far as he knows, no African-Americans have ever held top leadership... Read More »
There's been no shortage of government workers alleged to have engaged in bad behavior in recent years. The revelation last spring that the General Services Administration blew nearly $800,000 on an extravagant conference for its staff in Las Vegas is just one such example.
But allegations that the nation's... Read More »
An Emmy-winning Philadelphia weatherman with a wild reputation was suspended a few days before Christmas, a Fox spokeswoman announced on Tuesday. John Bolaris had worked as a meteorologist for 24 years, five at Fox 29, but after a romp-turned-wrong in Miami Beach last year, and a steamy interview with Playboy,... Read More »