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  1. CBS' Leslie Moonves Pay Drops to $62.2 Million in 2012

    10:50 am 4/12/2013

    UPDATED: His compensation is down 11 percent from $69.9 million in 2011, but he is once again the highest-paid CEO of a Hollywood conglomerate.Read more

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  2. Meet the TV Academy's Hall of Fame Members, Class of 2013

    10:00 am 3/8/2013

    "When you read the list, you see what a great honor it is," CBS president and CEO Les Moonves tells THR. "Al Michaels and I joke that not only are we getting in, we're getting in without using steroids."Read more

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  3. CBS Stock Hits All-Time High Since Viacom Split

    6:31 am 1/17/2013

    Analysts cheer planned changes at its outdoor advertising unit, which will reduce the company's exposure to advertising, says one observer.Read more

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  4. CBS Chief Leslie Moonves Involved in Decision to Revoke CES Award to Dish Network's Hopper

    5:12 pm 1/14/2013

    The decision for the company's technology reviewing arm to re-vote on the product -- which caused CNET reporter Greg Sandoval to resign -- was approved by Moonves, a source tells THR.Read more

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  5. CBS Gets Record Prices for Super Bowl Ads

    5:46 pm 1/8/2013

    With an average price of almost $3.8 million, CBS chief Leslie Moonves calls the big game "the greatest broadcast day of the year for this entire corporation."Read more

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  6. From St. Barts to Safaris, How Hollywood Spent Its Holiday Vacation

    6:00 am 1/2/2013

    Where Haim Saban, Leslie Moonves, Dana Walden, Simon Cowell and other industry elites stayed and played during the December respite.Read more

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  7. Entertainment CEOs Tout International Upside Despite Challenges in Europe

    8:20 am 12/6/2012

    At a big media investor conference, many top executives acknowledge weak ad trends in Western Europe amid economic problems.Read more

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  8. CBS' Leslie Moonves Jokes About Angus T. Jones Controversy

    1:00 pm 12/4/2012

    UPDATED: At an investor conference, he talks about the "Two and a Half Men" actor's video rant, fall TV ratings, Netflix and retransmission fees.Read more

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