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By Bobby Caina Calvan, Stefanie Dazio, Associated Press
Longtime political correspondent and anchor Roger Mudd died Tuesday at the age of 93. He spent much of his career at CBS, before joining NBC News and then MacNeil/Lehrer NewsHour. We take a moment to remember his life and decades-long…
Under his watch, Viacom became one of the nation’s media titans, home to pay TV channels MTV and Comedy Central and movie studio Paramount Pictures.
By Associated Press
California's Department of Fair Employment and Housing is suing CBS, Disney and producers of the long-running series “Criminal Minds,” alleging that the show’s cinematographer engaged in rampant sexual misconduct against crew members for years.
By Andrew Dalton, Associated Press
The lawsuit filed in federal court Thursday alleges nobody at the company investigated or adequately fact-checked the allegations before airing them. It says CBS' actions have damaged Justin Fairfax's reputation and "once promising career and political prospects."…
By Sarah Rankin, Associated Press
By Mae Anderson, Associated Press
Viacom owns Paramount Pictures and pay TV channels such as Comedy Central, MTV and BET, while CBS has a broadcast network, television stations, Showtime and a stake in The CW over-the-air network.
Lesley Stahl is an Emmy-winning journalist who currently reports for the CBS News program “60 Minutes.” During her long career, she has served as a White House correspondent and anchor of CBS’ “Face the Nation.” But she didn't have an…
By Alexandra Olson, Associated Press
A statement from the board cited Les Moonves' "willful and material misfeasance, violation of company policies and breach of his contract, as well as his willful failure to cooperate fully with the company's investigation."…
CBS shareholders quickly elected 11 members of its revamped board on Tuesday before their annual meeting adjourned without discussion of an investigation into sexual-misconduct claims against former CBS CEO Les Moonves.
A report by CBS lawyers outlines more allegations of sexual misconduct by longtime chief Les Moonves, The New York Times reported. It says investigators had received "multiple reports" about a network employee who was "on call" to perform oral sex…
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