A Look Inside the Reader's Digest-Rachael Ray Split

Sources: Food star wanted more money

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With its “30-Minute Meals” and its namesake’s bubbly personality, Every Day With Rachael Ray quickly became one of the hottest magazines in the industry—and a source of pride for publisher Reader’s Digest Association—after it launched in 2005.

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