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- Les Moonves, the CEO and chairman of CBS Corporation, is reportedly planning to take questions from analysts during his company’s second-quarter earnings call on Thursday.
- The CBS chief faces sexual misconduct allegations from at least six women, as reported by The New Yorker last week.
- According to The New Yorker, Moonves is accused of unwanted sexual advances and intimidation dating back to the 1980s and 1990s.
Les Moonves, the CEO and chairman of CBS Corporation, is reportedly planning on speaking during his company’s second-quarter earnings call on Thursday, after a bombshell New Yorker report chronicled several sexual misconduct allegations against him.
Moonves reportedly plans on making himself available to analysts, but the company still has the option to prevent him from speaking, people familiar with situation told Fox Business Network in a report published on Tuesday.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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