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Stewart also became a frequent contributor to NBC's Today Show and later to CBS's The Early Show, and starred in several prime time holiday specials on the CBS network.
In September 1997, with the assistance of business partner Sharon Patrick, Stewart was able to secure funding to purchase the various television, print, and merchandising ventures related to the Martha Stewart brand, and consolidate them into a new company, named Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia.
Stewart served as chairman, president, and CEO of the new company and Patrick became Chief Operations Officer.
By organizing all of the brand's assets under one roof, Stewart felt she could promote synergy and have greater control of the brand's direction through the business's activities.
Notably, on June 25, 2002, CBS anchor Jane Clayson grilled Stewart on the air about Im Clone during her regular segment on The Early Show.
Stewart continued chopping cabbage and responded: "I want to focus on my salad." On October 3, 2002, Stewart resigned her position, held for four months, on the board of directors of the New York Stock Exchange, following a deal prosecutors had made with Douglas Faneuil, an assistant to Bacanovic.
Mirken was impressed by Stewart's talent as a chef and hostess and later contacted her to develop a cookbook, featuring recipes and photos from the parties that Stewart hosted.
The result was her first book, Entertaining (December 13, 1982), success, Stewart released many more books under the Clarkson Potter publishing imprint, including Martha Stewart's Quick Cook (1983), Martha Stewart's Hors D'oeuvres (1984), Martha Stewart's Pies & Tarts (1985), Weddings (1987), The Wedding Planner (1988), Martha Stewart's Quick Cook Menus (1988), and Martha Stewart's Christmas (1989), among others.
It came before the Supreme Court of Delaware in 2004 and was ultimately dismissed.
Under the settlement, Stewart agreed to disgorge ,062 (including interest from the losses she avoided), as well as a civil penalty of three times the loss avoided, or 7,019.
She also agreed to a five-year ban from serving as a director, CEO, CFO, or any other officer role responsible for preparing, auditing, or disclosing financial results of any public company.
There was speculation that the incident would effectively end her media empire, She attended Barnard College, originally planning to major in chemistry, but switching to art, history, and later architectural history.
To help pay her college tuition, she did fashion modeling for Chanel.
Meanwhile, Andrew Stewart founded a publishing house and served as chief executive of several others.