Viacom Inc. (VIA.B)

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Avg Volume 5.86M
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Shares Outstanding 354.30M
Market Cap 9.64B
EPS 3.80
Div & Yield 0.80 (3.47%)

Today at CBS: Good Growth/Value Play

On Katie Couric's final day at NBC, investors should look to her destination for an investment idea.

JBL: Here We Are, Now Entertain Us

JBL: Here We Are, Now Entertain Us

Content is king and CBS is embracing new means of delivery. Plus, an update on Exelon.

Brokers Face Their Worst Nightmare

Overaggressive brokers have allowed too many short positions, and have created a run on themselves.

RealMoney Radio: Considering Coal

RealMoney Radio: Considering Coal

Cramer says this sector could win favor if oil keeps climbing.

Funny Money: Irrelevant, Outdated and Lame

Our 'energy policy', explained. Plus, corporate hilarity from Sun, MGM, Microsoft, Caterpillar, Rambus and more!

The Real Story: Inside Lamar's Bad Pitch

The billboard firm has another disappointing quarter and faces myriad challenges.

Should I Do It? Taking Time Warner's Temperature

Should I Do It? Taking Time Warner's Temperature

Buyers need to see growth in the business. Can the value siren deliver?

Breakups Still Can't Beat Growth Stocks

There is value in the splinters of Tyco and its ilk, but we'd still rather have Google.

Merger Mania Strengthens Market

What's so good about these deals? The raw excitement they bring.

Viacom Adds Directors

The media giant prepares for a big split-up.

Shorts Will Be Poison for a While

Shorts Will Be Poison for a While

Things are going right for the market now and people are finding it fun. Too bad, hedge funds.

Shorts Will Be Poison for a While

Things are going right for the market now and people are finding it fun. Too bad, hedge funds.

Content Revolution: Winners and Losers

Content Revolution: Winners and Losers

Several news items this week highlight the companies that will win and lose in the new content era.

Content Revolution: Winners and Losers

Several news items this week highlight the companies that will win and lose in the new content era.

Midway Games Expects Wider Loss

Midway Games Expects Wider Loss

The company suffers a bad combination of lower orders and product delays.

Longer View Alters Multiple Look

Investors are willing to pay 40 times next year's earnings for stocks like Whole Foods and Google.

Viacom Vibe Turns Upbeat

Investors expect the coming split-up to send a stagnant stock northward.

How Google Trumps All Other Media

The move from old-media plays is on because of the power of targeted advertising.

CBS Plans Podcasts

The network is making audio podcasts available for free.

Icahn's Overwrought Time Warner Assault

Icahn's Overwrought Time Warner Assault

The financier's renewed shareholder call to arms misses much of the company's progress and promise in the shares.

Yahoo! Blitzes Fantasy Foes

The big Net media company dominates the gridiron with its free fantasy football offerings.

Advertising Reinvents Itself for Growth

As the old print model withers on the vine, advertisers fuel growth in new areas.

Google Gets It: Distribution Is King

It's a long-term winner because it understands the power of using the Net to distribute content.

AOL Clouds Icahn Battle

He demands a cable spinoff, but broadband pipes could be the only way to revive struggling AOL.

Time, CNN Merging Web Units

A number of business sites will be consolidated into CNNMoney.com.

CBS SportsLine Goes Digital

CBS SportsLine Goes Digital

The Viacom unit is bent on offering more digital services.

Sony Returns to the Ring

Sony Returns to the Ring

No stranger to format wars, the company's battle over the next DVD technology looms large.

Three Game Makers Near Sideline

Three Game Makers Near Sideline

Atari, Midway and Majesco may have strayed too far over the bottom line to get back.

Results, Not Favor, Drive Trump Call

Critics of a bullish call on the casino stock need to note that it's gone higher, for good reason.

Coming Week: Jobs Jumble

Coming Week: Jobs Jumble

Earnings season marches to a close as investors look toward a big employment report at week's end.