Ex-Grady CEO denies calling Stephenson 'immoral woman'
The feud between two former CEOs of Atlanta-based Grady Memorial Hospital continued as one CEO filed court papers denying the other's assertion that he said she was a sexually available woman. The conflict between the two CEOs, Otis Story and Pamela Stephenson, goes back to his tenure at CEO in 2007 and his departure in early 2008. Stephenson was the head of the Grady board that fired him, and the board appointed her to replace him at the helm of the hospital.
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