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Redstone weighs CBS-Viacom merger with or without Moonves

Reuters India Wednesday, 11 April 2018
NEW YORK (Reuters) - As she seeks to combine CBS Corp and Viacom Inc into a single company, media mogul Shari Redstone risks losing her most talented executive, whose leadership could be critical to ensuring the proposed merger succeeds.
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News video: CBS CEO Les Moonves May be Fired if Viacom Merger Fails

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CBS vice-charwoman Shari Redstone will reportedly fire the network's CEO Les Moonves if a negotiations on a merger with Viacom fall through. According to reports, Moonves, who would lead the combined company for two years after the deal closes, wants his current No. 2 chief operating officer Joe...

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