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Stephanie McMahon named interim WWE chief amid probe of her father

Stephanie McMahon had announced a leave of absence last month.

WWE board investigating Vince McMahon over secret payment to ex-employee

McMahon's attorney said that no corporate funds were used in the payment.

New marketing head at WWE

Newman was previously chief marketing officer of Manchester United Media in the U.K.

Stephanie McMahon takes leave of absence from WWE

McMahon has been active in her family-run company since her teen years.

WWE to hold first U.K. stadium show in over 30 years

The Sept. 3 event will occur in Cardiff, Wales.

WWE names Elisebeth Collins as general counsel

Collins was previously deputy general counsel at Caterpillar Inc.

WWE to screen Wrestlemania at Dave & Buster’s and in movie...

The two-night Wrestlemania kicks off at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

WWE shuts down business with Russia

The company has been doing business in Russia since 2011.

WWE passed $1B in annual revenue, a new milestone

The 2021 revenue represented a 12% year-over-year increase.

UPDATED: WWE’s Vince McMahon has not listed his Greenwich mansion for...

McMahon acquired the property in 2014 for $11.8 million.

WWE debuts inaugural ‘Next in Line’ class

WWE recruited college athletes from the U.S., Canada and Nigeria.

George Comfort chief: Renovations at Stamford complex helped bring Philip Morris...

677 Washington Blvd. is now roughly 95% occupied; that figure includes the WWE, which has leased 415,000 square feet at the complex and is still in the process of relocating its headquarters there from 1241 E. Main St.

WWE cuts 18 wrestlers from talent roster

Former NXT champions Keith Lee and Karrion Kross were let go.

Philip Morris officially moving to Stamford

The company has signed a 12-year lease for 71,484 square feet, encompassing the entire 11th and 12th floors of the building at 677 Washington Boulevard.

WWE president says the company would ‘listen’ to potential takeover bid

"We're open for business on anything and everything," Khan said.