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abbreviation for Chief Baron of the now defunct COURT OF EXCHEQUER.
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NEW YORK, May 2, 2019--CBS Corporation (NYSE: CBS.A and CBS) today reported results for the first quarter of 2019, including the Company's best-ever quarterly revenue and first quarter records in adjusted operating income and adjusted diluted earnings per share ("EPS").
The company's businesses include CBS Television Network, The CW (a joint venture between CBS Corporation and Warner Bros Entertainment), Network Ten Australia, CBS Television Studios, CBS Studios International, CBS Television Distribution, CBS Consumer Products, CBS Home Entertainment, CBS Interactive, CBS Films, Showtime Networks, CBS Sports Network, Pop (a joint venture between CBS Corporation and Lionsgate), Smithsonian Networks, Simon & Schuster, CBS Television Stations, CBS EcoMedia and CBS Experiences.
CBS has been in discussions to gain rights to live-stream the games since it launched All Access in October 2014.
As part of the offer, CBS shareholders can opt to exchange all, some or none of their CBS Class B shares for CBS Outdoor shares at a 7% discount.
Moonves over-sees all operations of CBS Corporation, including the CBS Television Net - work, The CW (a joint venture between CBS Corporation and Warner Bros Entertainment), CBS Television Stations, CBS Television Studios, CBS Studios International, CBS Television Distribution, Showtime, CBS Radio, CBS Outdoor, Simon & Schuster, CBS Interactive, CBS Consumer Products, CBS Home Entertainment, and CBS Films.
First recognized in 1962, CBS remains a complication of surgery for malignancies of the neck and skull base.
Once the requisition is forwarded to the CBS, it is still a procurement within an FMS case, but with certain differences (hence the term, "hybrid").
When that agreement was reviewed by CBS lawyers, they recommended against airing the Wigand portion of the story because they believed Wigand would be violating his confidentiality agreement, and CBS might be sued by Brown & Williamson for interfering with its agreement with Wigand and inducing him to breach it.
CBS's motion to quash the subpoena was based on the argument that the first amendment newsgathering privilege protects the media from the type of compelled disclosure sought by the defense.
At that point, in early January, CBS signed Letterman and Laurence Tisch asked John Malino, vice president of Loews Corp.', to get involved with the negotiations for the theater.
A mass media company, CBS creates and distributes content across different platforms worldwide.