The challenges of a post-apocalyptic world or a quest for immortality might present difficulties for some, but not Maureen O’Connell. As CFO and chief administrative officer at New York-based Scholastic Corp., O’Connell oversees activities that reap substantial profits from fictional works, such as “The Hunger Games” and the Harry Potter books, that bring such scenarios to life for children and teenagers.
The Justice Department supports a lawsuit against the Washington, D.C., subway system over its refusal to run religious ads.
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