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A drawn-out bidding war for one of the entertainment industry’s most coveted assets will be decided by a sealed bids auction, unless there is a best-and-final offer by the end of the week.
The company announces that the executive producer of “60 Minutes” and former chairman of CBS News is stepping down but immediately his departure is not directly related to an investigation into alleged sexual harassment.
Porter Bibb says Moonves will not receive his CBS exit package if sexual misconduct allegations turn out to be true.
Leslie Moonves will leave his post as CEO of CBS following numerous allegations of sexual misconduct spanning much of his career.
The CBS board will be discussing the Moonves situation on Monday.
Disney and Comcast are currently locked in a transatlantic bidding war for one of the entertainment industry’s most coveted assets.
Julia Boorstin reports the results of Netflix’s second quarter.
High-profile successful start-ups say attracting top talent has gotten easier. But For the average small business, finding great talent is still their No. 1 problem.
Julia Boorstin was at the Code Conference, where some of the biggest names in tech and media spoke about developments in the fast-changing industries.
Julia Boorstin reports the latest details on the battle for CBS.
Netflix added more users than expected during the first quarter of 2018. But one analyst says this is only the beginning, that the company will add 70 million more subscribers by the end of 2020.
Comcast’s stock rises after the company reports third-quarter earnings that beat Wall Street expectations but missed slightly on revenue.
Harvey Weinstein has been fired by The Weinstein Company after a host of sexual harassment claims leveled against the Oscar winner.
Playboy magazine inspired and rode the “sexual revolution” of the 1960s and ’70s as a force for changing attitudes.
Discovery and Scripps Interactive Networks are discussing a possible merger, the Wall Street Journal reports. The networks have explored combining before