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CBS News mourns death of executive from COVID-19

bizjournals Monday, 30 March 2020
CBS News employees are mourning the death of Maria Mercader, a longtime journalist who died after complications from COVID-19 earlier this month, the network announced Friday. Mercader, 54, worked for the network for more than three decades. "Even more than her talents as a journalist, we will miss her indomitable spirit," said Susan Zirinsky, CBS News president and senior executive producer. "Maria was part of all of our lives. Even when she was hospitalized — and she knew something was going…
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