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February 10th, 2014
08:04 PM ET

AOL Chief Apologizes For "Distressed Babies" Comments, Restores Benefits

AOL's CEO apologizes for "distressed babies" comments and restores benefits. CNN's Brooke Baldwin explains how the mother of one "distressed baby" has forgiven her boss. Brooke also talks benefits, corporate image and motherhood with CNN Digital Editor Kelly Wallace and Olga Khazan, an Associate Editor for The Atlantic.

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  1. marguerite93

    I agree that the CEO unthinkingly allowed his corporate mindset to speak. However, the distressed baby Mama appeared on CNN last night making the same claim that she made at Stlate.com, i.e., . . . ."how he exposed the most searing experience of our lives . . . " and on CNN " violated their privacy" when, in fact, if she and her husband had not revealed themselves to the public only AOL insiders and a few personal friends would have made the identification of their child as the "distressed baby." The question was even asked if she" intended to sue." She commented, " I'm not sure, yet." She also indicated that the CEO had called with what she called, "a genuine apology . . . he has children . .. I believe he is sincere." She is definitely looking to cash in on her fifteen minutes of fame.

    February 11, 2014 at 3:59 pm |
  2. MR. K

    PLEASE SEND BROOKE BALDWIN TO FOX NETWORK. I CANT STAND HER. SHE IS A MAN-HATER.BRING BACK RICK SANCHEZ.

    February 24, 2014 at 3:19 pm |
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