CBS Corp (CBS)

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NYSE : Services
Prev Close 53.69
Day Low/High 51.32 / 52.64
52 Wk Low/High 38.51 / 60.62
Avg Volume 3.90M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 453.04M
Market Cap 24.32B
EPS 2.90
P/E Ratio 17.26
Div & Yield 0.60 (1.10%)

Latest News

Viacom Shareholders Need a Premium Price

The company's investors won't be entertained by anything less than a buyout above its market rate.

Sumner Redstone Asks Court to Dismiss Dauman's Lawsuit

A dismissal by a Massachusetts court of the Viacom CEO's lawsuit seeking reinstatement on National Amusements' board could pave the way for his firing.

CBS CEO Should Lead Viacom, Paramount, BTIG Analyst Says

Putting CBS CEO Lesley Moonves in charge of Viacom and Paramount is the companies' best bet at success, BTIG's Rich Greenfield told CNBC's Scott Wapner.

Viacom Board Shakeup Prompts Talk of Life After Dauman

Investors appear to be looking beyond the media company's legal and programming troubles to a change of management or even ownership.

Prepare for a New Viacom CEO

And never underestimate the power of moral suasion.

June 17 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

U.S. stock futures are trading flat Friday and European stocks recover as oil and financial stocks rebound.

Viacom Surges as Redstone Removes CEO Dauman From Board

Viacom surged Thursday as controlling stakeholder Sumner Redstone removed five directors including CEO Philippe Dauman.

Freston's Critique Is Right: Viacom Should Turn the Page

Here are seven steps the media giant should take to achieve full valuation for its assets.

Alibaba Not Interested in Paramount, Prefers Licensing Deals

Alibaba isn't interested in buying all or part of Viacom's Paramount Pictures, preferring to do licensing deals with the Hollywood film studio.

Redstones Plan to Ask Massachusetts Court to Dismiss Viacom CEO Lawsuit

Sumner and Shari Redstone are expected to ask a Massachusetts court Thursday to throw out a lawsuit filed by Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman in his struggle to retain his job.

Cramer Picks These 3 Broadcast Stocks to Cash in on Election 2016

The flood of political advertising set to inundate the airwaves during Election 2016 may not be great for America, but it might be awesome for broadcasters.

Cramer: Tegna Could Turn Itself Around During Election 2016

Tegna is in a great position to capitalize on up to $5.9 billion in political broadcast advertising spend in Election 2016. TheStreet's Jim Cramer lays it all out.

CBS Reuniting With Viacom Sounds Good Except for Memories of CNET

CBS CEO Leslie Moonves promised investors he wouldn't make a big acquisition after his underwhelmingly 2008 purchase of CNET. Would Moonves break that pledge to buy Viacom?

Senate Races Will Dominate Political Ad Spending in 2016: These Broadcasters Will Capitalize

Regardless of whether Donald Trump spends as much on political advertising as Hillary Clinton, hotly contested senate races in swing states are expected to generate record-breaking spending.

Viacom CEO Dauman Could Be Forced Out Amid Uncertainties at Paramount

Philippe Dauman may finally be on his way out if a report is true that the Redstones are planning an overhaul of the media company's board of directors.

Viacom's International Assets Finally Get a Price Tag

It will take a change at the top for the market to realize VIAB's value.

Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman Vows to Push Ahead With Paramount Stake Sale

CEO Philippe Dauman took a defiant tone Thursday pledging to push ahead with a minority sale of Paramount Pictures while framing the ongoing legal disputes as "transitional times."

TV Political Ad Spending Will Break Records in 2016, and These Broadcasters Will Cash In

TV broadcasters and investors are ready to bask in what looks to be a bloody -- and profitable -- election. But which broadcasters stand to gain the most?

CBS Has Mixed Signals: Adjust the Horizontal or Vertical?

Look for the stock to continue trading sideways in the weeks ahead. 

Viacom Goes to Court as Investors Mull End Game for MTV, Paramount

Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman will again face off against Shari Redstone in court on Wednesday as investors wonder whether the battles will ever end.

Viacom Shareholders Need a Premium Price

The company's investors won't be entertained by anything less than a buyout above its market rate.

Sumner Redstone Asks Court to Dismiss Dauman's Lawsuit

A dismissal by a Massachusetts court of the Viacom CEO's lawsuit seeking reinstatement on National Amusements' board could pave the way for his firing.

CBS CEO Should Lead Viacom, Paramount, BTIG Analyst Says

Putting CBS CEO Lesley Moonves in charge of Viacom and Paramount is the companies' best bet at success, BTIG's Rich Greenfield told CNBC's Scott Wapner.

Viacom Board Shakeup Prompts Talk of Life After Dauman

Investors appear to be looking beyond the media company's legal and programming troubles to a change of management or even ownership.

Prepare for a New Viacom CEO

And never underestimate the power of moral suasion.

June 17 Premarket Briefing: 10 Things You Should Know

U.S. stock futures are trading flat Friday and European stocks recover as oil and financial stocks rebound.

Viacom Surges as Redstone Removes CEO Dauman From Board

Viacom surged Thursday as controlling stakeholder Sumner Redstone removed five directors including CEO Philippe Dauman.

Freston's Critique Is Right: Viacom Should Turn the Page

Here are seven steps the media giant should take to achieve full valuation for its assets.

Alibaba Not Interested in Paramount, Prefers Licensing Deals

Alibaba isn't interested in buying all or part of Viacom's Paramount Pictures, preferring to do licensing deals with the Hollywood film studio.

Redstones Plan to Ask Massachusetts Court to Dismiss Viacom CEO Lawsuit

Sumner and Shari Redstone are expected to ask a Massachusetts court Thursday to throw out a lawsuit filed by Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman in his struggle to retain his job.

Cramer Picks These 3 Broadcast Stocks to Cash in on Election 2016

The flood of political advertising set to inundate the airwaves during Election 2016 may not be great for America, but it might be awesome for broadcasters.

Cramer: Tegna Could Turn Itself Around During Election 2016

Tegna is in a great position to capitalize on up to $5.9 billion in political broadcast advertising spend in Election 2016. TheStreet's Jim Cramer lays it all out.

CBS Reuniting With Viacom Sounds Good Except for Memories of CNET

CBS CEO Leslie Moonves promised investors he wouldn't make a big acquisition after his underwhelmingly 2008 purchase of CNET. Would Moonves break that pledge to buy Viacom?

Senate Races Will Dominate Political Ad Spending in 2016: These Broadcasters Will Capitalize

Regardless of whether Donald Trump spends as much on political advertising as Hillary Clinton, hotly contested senate races in swing states are expected to generate record-breaking spending.

Viacom CEO Dauman Could Be Forced Out Amid Uncertainties at Paramount

Philippe Dauman may finally be on his way out if a report is true that the Redstones are planning an overhaul of the media company's board of directors.

Viacom's International Assets Finally Get a Price Tag

It will take a change at the top for the market to realize VIAB's value.

Viacom CEO Philippe Dauman Vows to Push Ahead With Paramount Stake Sale

CEO Philippe Dauman took a defiant tone Thursday pledging to push ahead with a minority sale of Paramount Pictures while framing the ongoing legal disputes as "transitional times."

TV Political Ad Spending Will Break Records in 2016, and These Broadcasters Will Cash In

TV broadcasters and investors are ready to bask in what looks to be a bloody -- and profitable -- election. But which broadcasters stand to gain the most?