CBS - CBS Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
48.77
+0.96 (+2.01%)
At close: 4:03PM EST

48.77 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:18PM EST

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Previous Close47.81
Open48.72
Bid48.00 x 1300
Ask49.45 x 800
Day's Range48.20 - 49.13
52 Week Range41.38 - 61.59
Volume6,247,588
Avg. Volume3,135,606
Market Cap18.263B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.77
PE Ratio (TTM)13.87
EPS (TTM)3.52
Earnings DateFeb 14, 2019
Forward Dividend & Yield0.72 (1.50%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-12-10
1y Target Est64.67
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  • Netflix can 'continue to raise prices' amid new competition, says media mogul Barry Diller
    Yahoo Finance9 hours ago

    Netflix can 'continue to raise prices' amid new competition, says media mogul Barry Diller

    Even after a price hike that sent some Netflix customers to social media in outrage, the company can “continue to raise prices,” said media mogul and tech investor Barry Diller. Besides his prediction on Netflix and the TV streaming wars, Diller explained why critics should back off Facebook, what he thinks of the Trump presidency, and what makes him consider Elon Musk a genius.

  • Les Moonves’s CBS Salary Grab Is Unseemly
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Les Moonves’s CBS Salary Grab Is Unseemly

    Leslie Moonves, for his part, is pushing back. For those catching up on his story, here is a recap: Last year, a dozen women came forward with accusations that Moonves sexually harassed or assaulted them, including instances of forced oral sex, in detailed accounts provided to the New Yorker. A draft of the report seen by the New York Times said that Moonves “engaged in multiple acts of serious nonconsensual sexual misconduct in and outside of the workplace,” and that they found him to be “evasive and untruthful.” It also included previously undisclosed allegations, according to the Times.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Moonves to Fight CBS Decision to Deny $120 Million Severance

    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 network. 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.

  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    Former CBS Chief Moonves Launches Bid to Recover $120 Million Golden Parachute

    One-time entertainment titan Leslie Moonves is headed to arbitration in a bid to win back his $120 million exit package from CBS Corp. The former CBS CEO notified the network on Wednesday that he plans to demand "binding arbitration" to settle his dispute with CBS over its decision to deny him a $120 million golden parachute, CBS' legal counsel disclosed in an 8-K filing with the SEC. Moonves separation agreement with CBS, inked Sept. 9, gave the broadcaster's former chief the right to take any dispute over his termination to arbitration.

  • Ousted CBS chief to fight for his $120M severance package
    American City Business Journals5 hours ago

    Ousted CBS chief to fight for his $120M severance package

    CBS’s board concluded that Les Moonves had violated company policies, breached his employment contract and failed to cooperate with the investigation into his behavior.

  • Ousted CBS chief Moonves to pursue arbitration for $120 million severance
    American City Business Journals5 hours ago

    Ousted CBS chief Moonves to pursue arbitration for $120 million severance

    The move comes 30 days after CBS announced that it would not be awarding its former chief his $120 million severance payment.

  • Leslie Moonves challenges $120 million severance denial by CBS
    Reuters5 hours ago

    Leslie Moonves challenges $120 million severance denial by CBS

    Moonves resigned amid a wave of allegations of sexual assault and harassment last September. In December, CBS denied Moonves of a $120 million severance package following a board review of the findings of an investigation into his behavior and the CBS culture conducted by two law firms hired by the CBS board. "On January 16, 2019, Mr. Moonves notified the Company of his election to demand binding arbitration with respect to this matter.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    Leslie Moonves challenges $120 million severance denial by CBS

    Moonves resigned amid a wave of allegations of sexual assault and harassment last September. In December, CBS denied Moonves of a $120 million severance package following a board review of the findings of an investigation into his behavior and the CBS culture conducted by two law firms hired by the CBS board. "On January 16, 2019, Mr. Moonves notified the Company of his election to demand binding arbitration with respect to this matter.

  • Leslie Moonves is going to arbitration with CBS over his $120 million exit package
    CNBC7 hours ago

    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.

  • MarketWatch8 hours ago

    CBS stock upgraded at MoffettNathanson as analyst says Viacom merger is 'foregone conclusion' this year

    Shares of CBS Corp. are up 0.9% in premarket trading Thursday after an upgrade to buy from neutral at MoffettNathanson. Analyst Michael Nathanson argued fears of an impending deal with Viacom Inc. have pressured CBS shares lately, but he said a merger between the two companies is a "foregone conclusion" this year. "As such, we are upgrading CBS on the assumption that a merger will be announced in 2019 that removes the very overhang that has hurt the stock," Nathanson wrote. "We think that the deal improves the structural weaknesses of both companies and drives the linked share prices higher." He maintained a $65 target price on CBS shares in conjunction with the upgrade. Nathanson rates Viacom shares at neutral with a $40 price target, writing that he is concerned about an upcoming renewal with AT&T Inc.'s DirecTV. CBS shares have fallen 14% in the past three months, while the S&P 500 has dropped 6.9%.

  • Government shutdown could impact the super bowl
    Yahoo Finance Video3 hours ago

    Government shutdown could impact the super bowl

    Georgia officials are expressing concern over the government shutdown having an affect on the super bowl. The big game is being held in Atlanta this year and the shortage of TSA employees could have a major impact on travel during super bowl weekend. Yahoo Finance Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman and Dan Roberts discuss.