Comcast Ventures unravels — The New York Times' Carolyn Ryan — Netflix's ‘L-staff’

 
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Comcast Ventures was once a kingmaker for healthcare benefits startups. Then its team fell apart.

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Carolyn Ryan is the most powerful woman in The New York Times newsroom — and she could become its next top editor

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Netflix has an elite 'Lstaff' team of 23 execs that helps make the company's biggest decisions. Here are its members, who range from key content VPs to data leads.

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