CBS-A - CBS Corporation

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
56.70
-0.20 (-0.35%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close56.90
Open57.39
Bid0.00 x 1000
Ask0.00 x 1000
Day's range56.38 - 57.39
52-week range47.98 - 68.86
Volume4,071
Avg. volume5,759
Market cap21.22B
Beta1.08
PE ratio (TTM)20.21
EPS (TTM)2.81
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield0.72 (1.27%)
Ex-dividend date2018-06-07
1y target est63.00
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  • Business Wire10 days ago

    CBS CORPORATION INVESTIGATION INITIATED by Former Louisiana Attorney General: Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC Investigates the Officers and Directors of CBS Corporation - CBS

    Former Attorney General of Louisiana, Charles C. Foti, Jr., Esq., a partner at the law firm of Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC (“KSF”), announces that KSF has commenced an investigation into CBS Corporation (CBS). Beginning in November 2017, a series of news reports revealed claims of widespread and long-term acts of sexual harassment and lewd conduct by veteran CBS anchor Charlie Rose toward numerous female co-workers, dating as far back as 1976 to 2017. Along with those revelations were reports that CBS executives had received complaints, or had otherwise known, of Rose’s behavior over the many years and failed to respond or take adequate remedial measures.

  • Is CBS Corporation (CBS) a Great Stock for Value Investors?
    Zacks12 days ago

    Is CBS Corporation (CBS) a Great Stock for Value Investors?

    Let's see if CBS Corporation (CBS) stock is a good choice for value-oriented investors right now from multiple angles.

  • CBS Corporation (CBS) Up 3.3% Since Earnings Report: Can It Continue?
    Zacks15 days ago

    CBS Corporation (CBS) Up 3.3% Since Earnings Report: Can It Continue?

    CBS Corporation (CBS) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock? We take a look at earnings estimates for some clues.

  • Retirement Fund Sues Redstones' Firm Over Battle to Control CBS
    Bloomberg19 days ago

    Retirement Fund Sues Redstones' Firm Over Battle to Control CBS

    A CBS Corp. investor sued a company controlled by billionaire Sumner Redstone for demanding changes to the media company’s bylaws that would harm other stockholders.

  • Maybe Revenge Should Come Before Business
    Bloomberg20 days ago

    Maybe Revenge Should Come Before Business

    A couple of weeks ago the board of CBS Corp. tried to get rid of the company’s controlling shareholder, Shari Redstone’s National Amusements Inc., through a two-pronged strategy of (1) holding a board meeting to approve a special dividend that would dilute away her voting control of the company and (2) suing to get a court to say that was okay. The directors held the board meeting anyway, and 11 out of 14 voted to dilute Redstone, which is less than 90 percent, so you’d think Redstone’s strategy was effective.

  • Dick's Sporting Goods soars, CBS inches up, Hewlett Packard surges
    Yahoo Finance20 days ago

    Dick's Sporting Goods soars, CBS inches up, Hewlett Packard surges

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  • The Wall Street Journal20 days ago

    [$$] Shari Redstone Alleges CBS CEO Threatened to Quit If Board Didn’t Strip Redstones of Control

    Shari Redstone shot back at CBS Corp. in court Tuesday, alleging that CBS Chief Executive Leslie Moonves gave the CBS board an “ultimatum” that he would resign unless directors voted to strip her family of voting control. In a complaint filed Tuesday in the Delaware Court of Chancery, Ms. Redstone and her family holding company, National Amusements Inc., say that CBS’s action to strip National Amusements of voting control by issuing a dilutive dividend to all shareholders is invalid. Rather, Ms. Redstone says that the motivation is Mr. Moonves’s opportunistic seizure of the moment to throw off the yoke of having a controlling shareholder that he has long chafed against, according to the complaint.

  • Associated Press21 days ago

    CBS controlling shareholder fires back over board vote

    DOVER, Del. (AP) — CBS Corp.'s controlling shareholder fired back Tuesday over a board attempt to dilute the shareholder's stock voting power, the latest move in an escalating legal battle for control of the media company.

  • Business Insider UK21 days ago

    CBS controlling shareholder fires back over board vote

    CBS Corp.'s controlling shareholder fired back Tuesday over a board attempt to dilute the shareholder's stock voting power, the latest move in an escalating legal battle for control of the media company. In complaint filed in Delaware's Chancery Court, National Amusements Inc. argues that a CBS board vote to approve a dividend that would drastically reduce NAI's voting stake in CBS was invalid. NAI claims the vote violated CBS's bylaws and corporate charter, and that CBS board members violated their fiduciary duties to stockholders.

  • Business Insider UK21 days ago

    CBS controlling shareholder fires back over board vote

    CBS Corp.'s controlling shareholder fired back Tuesday over a board attempt to dilute the shareholder's stock voting power, the latest move in an escalating legal battle for control of the media company. In complaint filed in Delaware's Chancery Court, National Amusements Inc. argues that a CBS board vote to approve a dividend that would drastically reduce NAI's voting stake in CBS was invalid. NAI claims the vote violated CBS's bylaws and corporate charter, and that CBS board members violated their fiduciary duties to stockholders.

  • Shari Redstone Says CBS Director Gifford Once Grabbed Her Face
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Shari Redstone Says CBS Director Gifford Once Grabbed Her Face

    Shari Redstone, head of CBS Corp.’s controlling shareholder, said fellow CBS director Charles Gifford once grabbed her face and directed her to listen to him, according to part of a new complaint filed Tuesday. Redstone, who’s jousting with CBS Chief Executive Officer Leslie Moonves over the fate of the owner of the U.S.’s most-watched prime time network, said in Tuesday’s countersuit she went to Moonves and another CBS director with complaints about Gifford’s conduct that never drew a response. National Amusements Inc.’s complaint accused Gifford of acting “in an intimidating and bullying manner” on two occasions in 2016 and 2017.

  • Redstones' NAI Says Its Interest in CBS-Viacom Merger Cooled
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Redstones' NAI Says Its Interest in CBS-Viacom Merger Cooled

    CBS Corp.’s controlling shareholder said it was no longer interested in merging the media company with Viacom Inc., even before CBS filed a lawsuit to fend off a deal. Officials of a company owned by billionaire Sumner Redstone and his family told Viacom directors earlier this month that their interest had waned in merging the owner of MTV, Comedy Central and Paramount Studios with the U.S.’s most-watched TV network in prime time, according to a suit filed Tuesday by National Amusements Inc. NAI didn’t “intend to force a CBS/Viacom merger, whether by removing and replacing CBS directors or otherwise,’’ NAI executives said in the Delaware Chancery Court suit.

  • The Wall Street Journal22 days ago

    [$$] Once Allies, Two Media Chiefs Go to War Over the Future of CBS

    , a former actor and TV programming wizard, has a record as CBS’s chief executive that has earned him a reservoir of support on Wall Street. The outcome could define their careers and whether the Redstone family continues to exercise substantial control over the broadcasting powerhouse. The feud has taken surprising turns in recent days, with CBS’s board voting to strip Ms. Redstone and her family of the voting control they have held for nearly two decades, and the Redstones’ holding company amending CBS’s bylaws in an attempt to nullify that action.

  • How Comcast Continues to Return Value to Its Shareholders
    Market Realist25 days ago

    How Comcast Continues to Return Value to Its Shareholders

    Comcast (CMCSA) has impressed its shareholders by providing attractive dividends for the last several years. The company also buys back shares consistently to return value to its shareholders. The company returned a total of $7.9 billion to its shareholders in 2017, up from $7.6 billion in 2016 but down from $9.2 billion in 2015.

  • Motley Fool27 days ago

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  • Associated Press27 days 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.

  • Business Insider UK27 days ago

    CBS renews NAI fight, seeks court approval of dilution vote

    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. The special dividend approved by the board would decrease NAI's voting stake in CBS from roughly 80 percent to about 20 percent. The board vote came after NAI, led by the daughter of billionaire media mogul Sumner Redstone, submitted documents to CBS decreeing that any dividend must be approved by a "supermajority" of its 14-member board, a threshold that was not met.

  • Business Insider UK27 days ago

    CBS renews NAI fight, seeks court approval of dilution vote

    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. The special dividend approved by the board would decrease NAI's voting stake in CBS from roughly 80 percent to about 20 percent. The board vote came after NAI, led by the daughter of billionaire media mogul Sumner Redstone, submitted documents to CBS decreeing that any dividend must be approved by a "supermajority" of its 14-member board, a threshold that was not met.

  • CBS Directors' Revised Suit Targets Bylaw Changes
    Bloomberg27 days 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
    Bloomberg27 days 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.”...

  • Forbes28 days ago

    2018 TV Advertising Upfronts Are History, But Existential Questions Will Linger

    Roseanne Barr attends the Disney/ABC/Freeform 2018 Upfront Party at Tavern on the Green on Tuesday, May 15, 2018, in New York. Author's Note: The following piece was written in advance of the announcement by ABC on May 29, 2018 that it was cancelling the Roseanne program. There was no grander assortment of network offerings displayed than that the NBC broadcast network, USA, Syfy, Telemundo, Bravo, CNBC, MSNBC and Oxygen (I may have left out a few).

  • Reuterslast month

    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.

  • The Wall Street Journallast month

    [$$] 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 Presslast month

    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.

  • Redstones' NAI No Longer Seeking CBS-Viacom Merger
    Bloomberg Video21 days ago

    Redstones' NAI No Longer Seeking CBS-Viacom Merger

    May.29 -- CBS Corp.’s controlling shareholder, National Amusements Inc., says it was no longer interested in merging the media company with Viacom Inc. Bloomberg's Abigail Doolittle reports on "Bloomberg Markets: European Close."

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