CBS - CBS Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
50.51
-1.01 (-1.96%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close51.52
Open51.19
Bid49.41 x 800
Ask64.01 x 2200
Day's Range50.37 - 51.42
52 Week Range47.54 - 68.75
Volume3,718,279
Avg. Volume3,932,045
Market Cap19.148B
Beta1.32
PE Ratio (TTM)57.33
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield0.72 (1.44%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-03-08
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Associated Press15 hours ago

    CBS renews NAI fight, seeks court approval of dilution vote

    DOVER, Del. (AP) — CBS Corp. asked a Delaware judge on Wednesday to bless a move by its board to dilute the stock voting power of its controlling shareholder, the latest step in an ongoing legal battle for control of the mass media company.

  • CBS Directors' Revised Suit Targets Bylaw Changes
    Bloomberg21 hours ago

    CBS Directors' Revised Suit Targets Bylaw Changes

    CBS Corp. challenged a Redstone family corporate bylaw change aimed at blocking the board’s move to wrest control from them amid a struggle over a merger of the media company with Viacom Inc. Board members contend the bylaw changes, which require 90 percent of directors to have approved a stock-dilution plan, should be thrown out, according to a revised version of the suit filed in Delaware Chancery Court Wednesday. It’s the latest twist in the control battle over CBS, which pits Les Moonves, the company’s chief executive officer, against Shari Redstone, president of the controlling shareholder National Amusements Inc., which holds voting control of CBS.

  • CBS Files Amended Suit Challenging Redstone Family Bylaw Change
    Bloomberg21 hours ago

    CBS Files Amended Suit Challenging Redstone Family Bylaw Change

    CBS Corp. challenged a Redstone family bylaw change aimed at blocking the board’s move to wrest control of the media company from the family in an amended lawsuit calling it “inequitable and unlawful.”...

  • MarketWatch21 hours ago

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  • Benzinga3 days ago

    CBS Is A Buy Amid M&A Uncertainty, Bernstein Says In Upgrade

    CBS' boardroom drama was action-packed last week, starting with CBS' parent company National Amusements on Wednesday changing the TV company's bylaws to require a supermajority of 90 percent of board votes to issue a special stock dividend, which would dilute the existing structure. A Delaware court denied CBS' attempt to proceed with a special stock dividend on Thursday — but the board met anyway and voted 11-3 to proceed in a symbolic vote. The special stock dividend "almost certainly won't happen," but at the very least the vote shows the "overwhelming" board support for such a move Juenger said in the upgrade note.

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  • Reuters6 days ago

    CBS votes to end Redstone control but must take battle to court

    The board approved 11-3 a special dividend that would cut the Redstone family's stake to about 20 percent from 80 percent, CBS said in a statement. Redstone has long favored reuniting the companies that split in 2005, but she has run into objections from CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves.

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  • Reuters6 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST- New York Times business news - May 18

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  • Reuters6 days ago

    PRESS DIGEST - Wall Street Journal - May 18

    The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. - CBS Corp said on Thursday its board voted to strip National Amusements President Shari Redstone and her family of their voting control over the media company. - PayPal Holdings Inc has agreed to buy European financial-technology startup iZettle AB for about $2.2 billion, a move that would catapult the U.S. digital-payments giant into hundreds of thousands of brick-and-mortar retailers around the world.

  • The Wall Street Journal6 days ago

    [$$] CBS Board Defies Shari Redstone

    CBS Corp. and its controlling shareholder National Amusements Inc. are so entrenched in a power struggle that they can’t even agree on the outcome of a board vote. On Thursday, CBS said its board voted to strip National Amusements President Shari Redstone and her family of their voting control over the media company. CBS said the 11 of the 14 board members not affiliated with National Amusements supported the proposal.

  • Associated Press6 days ago

    CBS board approves special dividend in face of likely veto

    Most of CBS Corp.'s board on Thursday approved a special dividend that could enable the company to break free from its controlling shareholder, but the power struggle's outcome still hinges on an ongoing legal battle. National Amusement Inc., currently CBS's majority shareholder, would have its voting stake reduced from 79 percent to 17 percent if the dividend is issued. CBS postponed an annual shareholder meeting scheduled for Friday until the matter is resolved in Delaware court.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    CBS votes to end Redstone control but must take battle to court

    The board approved 11-3 a special dividend that would cut the Redstone family's stake to about 20 percent from 80 percent, CBS said in a statement. Redstone has long favoured reuniting the companies that split in 2005, but she has run into objections from CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves.

  • Associated Press6 days ago

    The Latest: CBS approves dividend in face of likely veto

    Most of CBS Corp.'s board has approved a special dividend that could enable the company to break free from its controlling shareholder, but the power struggle's outcome still hinges on an ongoing legal battle. National Amusement Inc., currently CBS's majority shareholder, would have its voting stake reduced from 79 percent to 17 percent if the dividend is issued.

  • CBS, Redstones Face Court Fight Over Control of Media Giant
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    CBS, Redstones Face Court Fight Over Control of Media Giant

    It’s now up to a Delaware judge to decide the future of CBS Corp., owner of the most popular TV network in the U.S. CBS’s board voted Thursday to strip National Amusement Inc. of its controlling stake in the company by diluting its share of voting power. Unable to resolve this tug of war on their own, the two sides will now ask a judge to decide who has control over CBS -- its board of directors or the Redstone family.

  • CBS Faces Court Fight With Redstones Over Control of Media Giant
    Bloomberg6 days ago

    CBS Faces Court Fight With Redstones Over Control of Media Giant

    It’s now up to a Delaware judge to decide the future of CBS Corp., owner of the most popular TV network in the U.S. CBS’s board voted Thursday to strip National Amusement Inc. of its controlling stake in the company by diluting its share of voting power. Unable to resolve this tug of war on their own, the two sides will now ask a judge to decide who has control over CBS -- its board of directors or the Redstone family.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    CBS votes to end Redstone control, needs court approval

    CBS Corp's board on Thursday voted to end Shari Redstone's control of the company, a move aimed at stopping a merger between CBS and sister company Viacom Inc and which will require approval by a Delaware court. The board approved 11-3 a special dividend that would cut the Redstone family's stake to about 20 percent from 80 percent, CBS said in a statement.

  • Why the CBS-Redstone Lawsuit Is Such a Significant M&A Milestone
    Bloomberg Video14 hours ago

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  • CBS challenges bylaw amendments by National Amusements
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