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Thread: CBS Leader Les Moonves accused of Misconduct

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    I have to wonder if Moonves has a case over his severance. He can argue that CBS hired the firm to work in the companies best interest into not paying him. Vs an impartial party doing the investigation.

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    CBS has staked out their case to not pay Moonves his severance.
    He will surely sue. This will get decided in the courts.

    Do not be stunned if he eventually ends up getting most or all of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreddyE1977 View Post

    Do not be stunned if he eventually ends up getting most or all of it.
    Maybe. Keep in mind that most of his money comes from stock. That's something he owns personally outside of the company.

    If you're trying to use money as some form of punishment, it really doesn't apply.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreddyE1977 View Post
    CBS has staked out their case to not pay Moonves his severance.
    He will surely sue. This will get decided in the courts.

    Do not be stunned if he eventually ends up getting most or all of it.
    i can see a buy out happening before the trial reveals more dirty deeds at CBS.

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    https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/ne...morale-1174136


    Update Susan Zirinsky to become the new leader of CBS News. This is one reform that's so far being announced at CBS news and the article cites Zirinskys experience at the Network plus on how she will get the news division reformed after the Fager, Rose and Moonves scandals.

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    https://tvnewscheck.com/article/top-...60-minutes-ep/

    Bill Owens named to replace Jeff Fager at 60 Minutes.

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    https://www.nytimes.com/2019/02/08/b...-moonrise.html

    Just months after being fired by CBS, Leslie Moonves is running a new company.

    And though Mr. Moonves and his former employer are locked in a dispute over $120 million in severance, CBS is paying for the office space that Mr. Moonves now occupies.

    The company, Moon Rise Unlimited, operates out of a 10th-floor suite at 9000 Sunset Boulevard, among the tallest buildings in West Hollywood. A glass-sheathed office tower with expansive views of Los Angeles, it can be seen from miles away and is near entertainment industry beehives like Soho House and Chateau Marmont.

    Mr. Moonves was forced out of CBS in September after multiple women accused him of sexual misconduct. In December, the company officially said he was fired, citing “willful and material misfeasance, violation of company policies and breach of his employment contract.”

    His exit agreement, however, states that CBS must pay for Mr. Moonves’s “office services” for no less than a year, even if the company fired him for cause. CBS declined to comment.

    On Oct. 30, according to a filing with the California secretary of state, Mr. Moonves registered Moon Rise Unlimited, a limited liability company that will focus on “entertainment services.” He is listed as the company’s manager in a separate filing.

    Mr. Moonves also appears to have formed two related companies around the same time: Moon Rise Technologies, which it said in a filing planned to provide “streaming services and distribution,” and Moon Rise Productions, which it said planned to provide “film and television production” services.

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