Redstone Said to Oppose Giving Moonves Their CBS (CBS), Viacom (VIAB) Votes - Bloomberg
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The Redstones want Les Moonves to run a combined CBS (NYSE: CBS) and Viacom (NYSE: VIAB) but they aren't willing to offer him a stake or voting control of their family's holding company, according to Bloomberg, citing people familiar.
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