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The fireball of destruction that is Keith Olbermann's career has veered its course toward former colleague and Current TV host Cenk Uygur.
Keith Olbermann looks like he's made nice with his bosses at Current for now, but his war with The New York Times is scrappy as ever.
Keith Olbermann's become known for pulling other media outlets into the ring when he gets into fights with his former bosses at MSNBC and ESPN, and he's taking The New York Times' Twitter-fueled TV reporter Brian Stelter.
It's unclear what will come of the recently publicized spat between Keith Olbermann and Current, but all signs point to a reckoning.
Just over half a year since the company poured millions into hiring him and building a new studio in New York City, Keith Olbermann is butting heads with his superiors at Current.
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