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Stewart Company Feels Verdict's Effects

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Stewart Company Feels Verdict's Effects

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Stewart Company Feels Verdict's Effects

Stewart Company Feels Verdict's Effects

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In the wake of Martha Stewart's conviction on federal charges, The New York Times Syndicate says it will no longer distribute Stewart's advice column under her name. Monday, Viacom said several TV stations will drop Stewart's television show. The developments have analysts wondering whether Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia can survive without its founder. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.

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