We caught Les Moonves talking about the 1.8 billion offer made by former Microsoft CEO Steve Balmer to buy the LA Clippers!
Les Moonves gives us the back story behind the infamous photo with Joel McHale that started “The Late Late Show” rumors, and Julie Chen gives us her best Barbara Walters impression.
CEO of CBS, Les Moonves, tells our cameras he was “made aware” that Malia Obama was on the set of Halle Berry’s show “Extant” as a PA, but isn’t willing to say much else! Did the Obamas get to him?
Access was unable to reach "Survivor" producers, Jeff Probst or Les Moonves for comment, but Richard Hatch says he was told not to pay taxes on his million-dollar prize.
Les Moonves isn't fretting over the blow back he got by pulling the plug on a segment featuring Rihanna for the opening of Thursday night football because he scored where it counts.
Time Warner Cable Inc said Chief Executive Glenn Britt sent a letter to CBS Corp CEO Les Moonves on Monday offering new proposals to end the blackout of CBS shows that started Friday in markets such as New York and Los Angeles.
CBS CEO Les Moonves reveals to Brian Stelter what he thinks will happen to cable TV bundles & to networks like his own.
CBS CEO Les Moonves tells Brian Stelter he doesn't just watch his own network. Catch the full interview Sunday 11AM.
CBS CEO Les Moonves is confident the broadcasters will win the fight against startup Aereo. If not, he says CBS could make an Aereo of its own.
CBS honcho Les Moonves is normally a straight shooter, but he carefully danced around the rumors he's picked a new host of 'The Late Late Show.'
It sounds like Chelsea Handler was never in the mix to replace David Letterman or Craig Ferguson because CBS head honcho Les Moonves says her comedy isn't a great fit for broadcast TV.
Network rivalries aside, CBS honcho Les Moonves thinks President Barack Obama had no choice but to cancel his planned appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live.'
CBS chief executive Les Moonves blasted an offer from Time Warner Cable to end a blackout over fees, that lingered into its fifth day on Tuesday. Moonves called the offer a 'clever public relations ploy.'
CNBC's David Faber, and Leslie Moonves, CBS Corp. president & CEO, discuss if the networks ratings decline is a trend or if they are not being measured correctly.
Before officially hiring Stephen Colbert as David Letterman's replacement, the network approached How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris about his interest in the gig, the actor revealed during an interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday.Harris met with CBS bosses Les Moonves and Nina Tassler before Letterman announced he was retiring, with the HIMYM fan favorite telling Stern, 'They called me in and sat me down and asked if that would be something I'd be interested in doing.
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