Earlier this year, Nancy Dubuc stepped down from her post at A+E Networks to take over as chief executive at Vice Media -- a daring move considering that at the time Vice was a month away from reporting that it missed its 2017 earnings target by $100 million.
In a conversation with TheWrap’s Sharon Waxman onstage at the Power Women Summit, Dubuc explained that despite the risk, the opportunity to help shape the next generation with a next-generation media company was something she couldn't pass up.
“When this opportunity came up, it occurred to me that the greatest impact I could have is working in an organization of young people who needed me,” said Dubuc. “That would be my legacy if successful. And if not, shame on me, but if so, th...
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