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Joan Vennochi

Imus's last outrage?

By Joan Vennochi
Globe Columnist / April 12, 2007

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MONEY TALKS, and in the case of Don Imus, it is saying: "You're history." Prominent advertisers are distancing themselves from the legendary broadcaster. Staples, the office supply chain, asked MSNBC to remove its advertising from the television simulcast of Imus's radio program. Procter & Gamble withdrew all its advertising from MSNBC's daytime schedule. American Express Co. and General Motors Corp. ... (Full article: 716 words)

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