CBS - CBS Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
49.24
+0.47 (+0.96%)
At close: 4:02PM EST
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Previous close48.77
Open49.03
Bid48.50 x 900
Ask0.00 x 1100
Day's range48.86 - 49.73
52-week range41.38 - 60.10
Volume3,277,307
Avg. volume3,199,474
Market cap18.439B
Beta (3Y monthly)0.77
PE ratio (TTM)14.01
EPS (TTM)3.52
Earnings date14 Feb 2019
Forward dividend & yield0.72 (1.50%)
Ex-dividend date2018-12-10
1y target est64.67
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  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Leslie Moonves to Fight CBS Decision to Withhold $120 Million Severance

    Former CBS Corp. head Leslie Moonves is challenging the company’s decision last month to deny him a severance package of $120 million, CBS said Thursday, a move that will further prolong a monthslong drama at the media conglomerate. Mr. Moonves, who was forced to resign as chairman and chief executive amid accusations of sexual harassment in September, was denied his severance after a CBS board investigation concluded that he had violated company policies, breached his employment contract and intentionally failed to fully cooperate with the investigation. The terms of his exit agreement from CBS allow Mr. Moonves to challenge the board’s decision in arbitration.

  • Associated Pressyesterday

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  • Ex-CBS CEO Les Moonves to challenge severance denial
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Ex-CBS CEO Les Moonves to challenge severance denial

    Former CBS CEO Les Moonves is fighting the company's decision to deny his $120 million severance package following his firing over sexual misconduct allegations. Moonves is demanding binding arbitration proceedings to challenge the decision, CBS announced in a filing Thursday with the Security Exchange Commission. The company's board of directors denied Moonves his severance last month after concluding that he violated company policy and did not cooperate with an investigation into the sexual misconduct allegations.

  • Leslie Moonves is going to arbitration with CBS over his $120 million exit package
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    Leslie Moonves is going to arbitration with CBS over his $120 million exit package

    Moonves is bringing his case against CBS to binding arbitration, the company said in an SEC filing Wednesday.

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  • Reuters9 days ago

    Super Bowl broadcast will have no sports betting chatter -CBS

    The Super Bowl may be the biggest sports wagering event in the United States each year, but announcers will not be talking about betting during the broadcast of the big game next month, CBS said on Thursday. For the first time in nearly 30 years, Super Bowl fans will be able to bet legally on the game outside of Nevada, after New Jersey, West Virginia and a handful of other states legalized sports wagers after a U.S. Supreme Court ruling in May overturned a 1992 prohibition. "We will be flexible going forward, but it's only been legalized in a few states so far," McManus told Reuters.

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  • Who Could Be CBS’s Next CEO?
    Market Realist26 days ago

    Who Could Be CBS’s Next CEO?

    CBS (CBS) is running a broad search for a replacement for former CEO Leslie Moonves. The company’s board has retained an executive search company to help with the hunt for the next CEO. The board is considering internal and external candidates, the Wall Street Journal has reported.

  • What’s Next after CBS Acts on Moonves?
    Market Realist29 days ago

    What’s Next after CBS Acts on Moonves?

    CBS Corporation (CBS) won’t pay its former CEO Leslie Moonves any of his $120 million severance package. Moonves stepped down in September to pave the way for an investigation after he was accused of sexual misconduct.

  • Dushku says CBS agreed to monitor 'Bull' star's behavior
    Associated Press29 days ago

    Dushku says CBS agreed to monitor 'Bull' star's behavior

    NEW YORK (AP) — Actress Eliza Dushku says she struggled with her decision to keep quiet about the sexual harassment she says she endured from the star of the CBS show "Bull," weighing her desire to keep her ordeal private against her worry that it would be swept under the rug.

  • Company News For Dec 19, 2018
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  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] CBS Shifts to Hunt for Next Chief Executive

    Former Walt Disney Co. Chief Operating Officer Tom Staggs has emerged as a top candidate to become CBS Corp.’s new chief executive, people familiar with the matter said, as the network tries to move past months of uncertainty and upheaval since the departure of Leslie Moonves over allegations of sexual harassment. The interest in Mr. Staggs has been informally conveyed to the executive, who left Disney in 2016 when it became clear he wouldn’t succeed Robert Iger as Disney’s chief executive, the people said. Other potential candidates for the CEO position include Hasbro Inc. CEO and CBS director Brian Goldner and Starz Chief Operating Officer Jeffrey Hirsch, a person close to the process said.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    CBS Shifts to Hunt for Next Chief Executive

    Former Walt Disney Co. Chief Operating Officer Tom Staggs has emerged as a top candidate to become CBS Corp.’s new chief executive, people familiar with the matter said, as the network tries to move past months of uncertainty and upheaval since the departure of Leslie Moonves over allegations of sexual harassment. The interest in Mr. Staggs has been informally conveyed to the executive, who left Disney in 2016 when it became clear he wouldn’t succeed Robert Iger as Disney’s chief executive, the people said. Other potential candidates for the CEO position include Hasbro Inc. CEO and CBS director Brian Goldner and Starz Chief Operating Officer Jeffrey Hirsch, a person close to the process said.

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  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Ex-CBS CEO Leslie Moonves Won’t Receive Any Severance Payment

    CBS Corp. said it won’t pay former chairman and chief executive Leslie Moonves any of his $120 million severance package after reviewing the findings of a probe into allegations he sexually harassed and assaulted many women during his career. The CBS board of directors said investigators concluded that there were grounds to terminate Mr. Moonves for cause. Mr. Moonves violated company policies, breached his employment contract and intentionally failed to cooperate fully with the investigation, the board said in a statement.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] Court to Appoint Guardian for Sumner Redstone

    A California judge on Monday ordered that Sumner Redstone, the controlling shareholder of CBS Corp. and Viacom Inc., be placed under court-appointed guardianship, as part of a yearslong legal battle involving the 95-year-old media mogul’s ex-girlfriend. At a hearing in Los Angeles Superior Court, Judge David Cowan said he would grant the motion by Mr. Redstone’s grandson, Tyler Korff, for the appointment of a guardian “ad litem,” an independent representative most often used when children or the incapacitated are involved in a legal dispute. Robert Klieger, Mr. Redstone’s attorney, said the decision had no bearing on the status of Mr. Redstone’s trust, which holds 80% of the shares of National Amusements Inc., a holding company that in turn owns nearly 80% voting stakes in CBS and Viacom.

  • Ex-CBS CEO Les Moonves will not receive $120 million in severance pay after sexual misconduct probe
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    Ex-CBS CEO Les Moonves will not receive $120 million in severance pay after sexual misconduct probe

    The media executive resigned from his role at the company in September after a dozen women came forward alleging sexual misconduct. Moonves has denied the accusations.