Scottish City Demands to See MSNBC Anchor’s Emails With Under Armour Founder in Legal Feud

A Scottish city council has demanded the Bloomberg media company release emails between MSNBC anchor Stephanie Ruhle and Under Armour founder Kevin Plank, insisting “important evidence” in an ongoing lawsuit would be revealed. Aberdeen City Council, a port town in Northeast Scotland, has been caught up in a legal feud with Under Armour over claims the retailer artificially inflated its share price. The Scottish town allegedly lost millions from a pension fund for local workers as a result, as it was heavily invested in Under Armour. In 2019, a Wall Street Journal report put a spotlight on the eyebrow-raising relationship between Ruhle and Plank that included allegations she used her platform to run damage control for Under Armour. MSNBC HOST STEPHANIE RUHLE’S RELATIONSHIP WITH UNDER ARMOUR CEO WAS ‘UNUSUAL AND PROBLEMATIC,’ REPORT SAYS Stephanie Ruhle hosts “The 11th Hour” on MSNBC and is a senior business correspondent for NBC News. (Screenshot/MSNBC)Four years later, Aberdeen City Counc …

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