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  Komen CEO’s pay raises eyebrows in nonprofit world

Komen shakeup: ‘too little too late’?

  CEO Nancy Brinker stepped into a new management role – the latest fallout at breast cancer organization Susan G. Komen for the Cure after the foundation’s decision to cut Planned Parenthood funding and then reinstate it. NBC’s Lisa Myers reports.

Aftermath for Komen funding controversy

  Terry O’Neill, president of the National Organization for Women, joins MSNBC’s Thomas Roberts to discuss the Susan G. Komen’s funding controversy with Planned Parenthood, and the steps the foundation must take to save face.

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  Planned Parenthood grant policy stirs flap

Controversy continues after the breast cancer organization Susan G. Komen for the Cure announced it is stopping all grants to Planned Parenthood because of a new policy that prohibits the group from contributing to organizations under investigation. NBC’s Lisa  Myers reports.

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Undated handout photo of Salerno and Brinker, Founder and Chair of Global Strategy at Susan G. Komen
Undated handout photo of Salerno and Brinker, Founder and Chair of Global Strategy at Susan G. Komen

Judith A. Salerno , M.D., M.S., is seen with Nancy G. Brinker, Founder and Chair of Global Strategy at Susan G. Komen, in this undated handout photo provided by Business Wire. Salerno was named Susan G. Komen President and CEO, the group announced on Monday. The organization, which says it is the la