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A day after CBS unveiled the appointment of Laurie Rosenfield in the new role of chief people officer, the company confirmed in an SEC filing, on Friday, that chief administrative officer and chief human resources officer Anthony Ambrosio is leaving.
Ambrosio, who joined CBS in 1985, will serve as a consultant after he resigns from his position at the end of October, for which he will earn $100,000 per month, according to the filing.
As part of his separation agreement, Ambrosio will receive a $1,875,000 severance payment, a $1,302,083 bonus in 2018 and a $2,970,000 bonus severance, for a total amount of more than $6 million. He will also receive medical and dental insurance for 18 months after his departure.
Ambrosio is also eligible to receive a bonus next year, for his consulting service, of no more than $1,200,000.
On Thursday, CBS also said that Dana McClintock will serve as chief communications officer, replacing the retiring Gil Schwartz.
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