Page Six says: “Mike Wallace may have retired from CBS’ ’60 Minutes,’ but he’s still a hot commodity. The 88-year-old TV veteran who remains at CBS as a ‘correspondent emeritus’ is being wooed by NBC to have a ‘wide-ranging role’ at the network that would have him ‘doing a bit of everything.’ But Wallace, who has said he would ‘retire when my toes turn up,’ is fiercely loyal to CBS, and NBC will have to work hard to convince him to come over. Wallace’s rep declined comment.”
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