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Shares Outstanding 444.60M
Market Cap 23.14B
EPS 2.90
P/E Ratio 15.45
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Nomura Analyst DiClemente Says Les Moonves Won't Be Forced Into a CBS, Viacom (VIAB) Merger

Nomura Analyst DiClemente Says Les Moonves Won't Be Forced Into a CBS, Viacom (VIAB) Merger

Nomura Securities Analyst Anthony DiClemente told CNBC Wednesday that a potential merger between Viacom and CBS must add value for CBS shareholders.

One Reason Why CBS Stock Is Higher Today

One Reason Why CBS Stock Is Higher Today

Sumner Redstone's National Amusements is reportedly getting ready to ask CBS and Viacom (VIAB) to explore a deal.

Clinton-Trump Debate Tops 84 Million Viewers to Break Reagan-Carter's 1980 Record

Clinton-Trump Debate Tops 84 Million Viewers to Break Reagan-Carter's 1980 Record

Viewership of the Clinton-Trump debate broke the record set back in 1980 between Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter.

Twitter Presents Lots of Potential -- and Lots of Challenges -- for Disney

Twitter Presents Lots of Potential -- and Lots of Challenges -- for Disney

Disney could be in prime position to help Twitter realize its potential as a media platform. But some big hurdles could get in the way.

Twitter Presents a Lot of Potential and a Lot of Challenges for Disney

Twitter Presents a Lot of Potential and a Lot of Challenges for Disney

Disney could be in prime position to help Twitter realize its potential as a media platform. But some big hurdles could get in the way.

The Winter of Our Discontent May Lie Ahead; Why Disney Is Upbeat: Best of Kass

The Winter of Our Discontent May Lie Ahead; Why Disney Is Upbeat: Best of Kass

This week Doug Kass blogged on current market conditions and why Disney is more optimistic about China and sports programming than most investors are.

Analysts' Actions -- CBS, KapStone Paper, ON Semi, SeaWorld and More

Analysts' Actions -- CBS, KapStone Paper, ON Semi, SeaWorld and More

Here are Thursday's top research calls, including a downgrade for CBS, and upgrades for KapStone Paper, ON Semiconductor and SeaWorld Entertainment.

CBS Skips Skinny Bundles as Time Warner Embraces Hulu Pay-TV

CBS Skips Skinny Bundles as Time Warner Embraces Hulu Pay-TV

CBS CEO Leslie Moonves and Time Warner's Jeff Bewkes show very different attitudes and strategies in relation to the evolution of cable television distribution.

Viacom Takes Further Steps to Wipe Its Hands of Previous Regime, Cuts Dividend

Viacom Takes Further Steps to Wipe Its Hands of Previous Regime, Cuts Dividend

The beleaguered company said interim CEO Tom Dooley would leave the company all while nixing the prospective sale of its Paramont stake and cutting its dividend.

Political Ad Spending Strong at CBS Despite Trump Campaign, Moonves Says

Political Ad Spending Strong at CBS Despite Trump Campaign, Moonves Says

CBS isn't feeling a slowdown in political ad spending even as Donald Trump's outlay for advertising trails recent Republican presidential candidates.

CBS Stock Down, Wells Fargo: Viacom Deal Unlikely

CBS Stock Down, Wells Fargo: Viacom Deal Unlikely

A merger between CBS and Viacom (VIAB) is not likely to occur, Wells Fargo said in a note on Tuesday.

CNET En Espanol Pays Tribute To The Most Influential Latinos In American Technology

CNET En Espanol Pays Tribute To The Most Influential Latinos In American Technology

From Apple to Uber to Tesla, Fourth Annual Top 20 List Includes 18 New Executives and Record Number of Women from Silicon Valley and Beyond

Twitter Looks to Broaden Appeal by Loosening Character Limits, but the Stock Still Sinks

Twitter Looks to Broaden Appeal by Loosening Character Limits, but the Stock Still Sinks

CEO Jack Dorsey is trying to court more users and build on momentum from Twitter's first livestream of an NFL game, but concerns about its subscriber base persist.

NFL Football Streaming Makes Twitter Tempting Again

There is so much opportunity to pull new customers into the cable-cutting world and bless them with sports.

CBS Stock Advances, CEO Moonves: Not Seeking Viacom Deal

CBS Stock Advances, CEO Moonves: Not Seeking Viacom Deal

CBS (CBS) CEO Leslie Moonves said on Thursday that the company is not discussing recombining with Viacom (VIAB).

Lachlan Murdoch's 21st Century Fox Gets No Respect

Lachlan Murdoch's 21st Century Fox Gets No Respect

The son of Rupert Murdoch and co-chairman of the company couldn't hide frustrations that the market is valuing Fox's shares below its peers. But investors have their reasons.

Twitter Tosses a Hail Mary Pass With Its Live Streaming of NFL Games, Starting Tonight

Twitter Tosses a Hail Mary Pass With Its Live Streaming of NFL Games, Starting Tonight

Much more than New York State bragging rights are at stake when Twitter streams its first pro football game Thursday night between the Jets and the Bills.

Why Investors Should Still Be Optimistic About Netflix

Why Investors Should Still Be Optimistic About Netflix

Despite two challenging quarters, the streaming media giant's profit potential is large and under-appreciated, says an analyst at RBC Capital Markets.

There's Never Been a Better Time to be a Video Creator

There's Never Been a Better Time to be a Video Creator

The proliferation of places to watch video content online create opportunities for budding studios such as mitú, Cut.com and New Form Digital.

Viacom's New Board to Consider Cutting Dividend as Cash Dwindles

Viacom's New Board to Consider Cutting Dividend as Cash Dwindles

Viacom's newly expanded board will meet for the first time on Wednesday to discuss a weakening capital structure that has Wall Street analysts calling for a cut to its dividend.

Networks 'Stack' Early-Season TV Episodes to Delight Viewers, Hike Content Bills for Netflix

Networks 'Stack' Early-Season TV Episodes to Delight Viewers, Hike Content Bills for Netflix

Offering every episode of shows helps boost ratings for newly discovered programs, but that could cost the video streaming giant more to acquire content.

Analysts' Actions -- Biogen, Gilead, CBS, VF Corp. and More

Analysts' Actions -- Biogen, Gilead, CBS, VF Corp. and More

Here are Tuesday's top research calls, including an upgrade for Gilead Sciences, downgrades for Biogen and VF Corp., and new coverage for CBS.

DirecTV Lines up Content to Battle Dish, Others in Cord-Cutting War

DirecTV Lines up Content to Battle Dish, Others in Cord-Cutting War

The AT&T unit plans to offer a service by Nov. 1 with more channels and a higher price than Dish's slow-growing SlingTV.

"CBS All Access" Rolls Out Commercial-Free Option For Subscribers

CBS All Access Subscribers Can Now Watch the Service's On-Demand Content Commercial-Free for $9.99/Month or with Reduced Commercials for $5.99/Month

CBS Becomes #193 Most Shorted S&P 500 Component, Replacing Weyerhaeuser

CBS Becomes #193 Most Shorted S&P 500 Component, Replacing Weyerhaeuser

The most recent short interest data has been released for the 08/15/2016 settlement date, and we here at Dividend Channel like to sift through this fresh data and order the underlying components of the S&P 500 by "days to cover." There are a number of ways to look at short data, for example the total number of shares short; but one metric that we find particularly useful is the "days to cover" metric because it considers both the total shares short and the average daily volume of shares typically traded. The number of shares short is then compared to the average daily volume, in order to calculate the total number of trading days it would take to close out all of the open short positions if every share traded represented a short position being closed.