Key takeaways from WWE’s Q2 2022 earnings on Vince McMahon investigation, Stephanie’s comments on potential sale, next-day rights

The WWE board of directors' investigation into alleged misconduct by former CEO Vince McMahon, former head of talent relations John Laurinaitis, and into the company culture is “substantially complete”.

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WWE Q2 2022 earnings estimate and analysis: What the exit of Vince McMahon means for the wrestling business

For the first time since I started covering WWE business in 2015, I’m optimistic about the company’s ability to rebuild fan interest and consumer sales that Vince’s creative execution for years eroded, Brandon Thurston writes.

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Exclusive: All WWE employees have been prohibited from trading stock since Friday

On Friday evening last week, shortly after Vince McMahon announced his retirement from the company amid investigations into his alleged misconduct, all WWE employees were instructed that they may not buy or sell company shares until further notice.

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