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CNBC's Sue Herera reports on a statement from Viacom independent director Frederic Salerno about the changes to the company's board.
David Katz, Matrix Asset Advisors CIO and Viacom shareholder, discusses Sumner Redstone ousting five members from the Viacom board.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports the latest on the saga with Viacom's board.
CNBC's Sue Herera reports that Sumner Redstone has moved to remove five Viacom directors from the company's board, including CEO Philippe Dauman, according to Reuters.
Tom Freston, Former CEO of Viacom, discusses the leadership at Viacom and how the media company could fix itself, as well Viacom's unsuccessful bid for Facebook back in 2005.
Nell Minow, Value Edge Advisors, discusses Sumner Redstone's struggle with the Viacom board and whether dual-class share systems are good for shareholders.
Some of the world's most powerful people will attend a three day session of high-profile discussions.
Fidelity has walked out of a Jamie Dimon-led effort to create a code of best practice for US boardrooms, the Financial Times reported.
Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, Yale School of Management provides a preview of this year's CEO summit, where topics such as how to deal with disruption in an election year, Valeant's meltdown, and a bidding war for Yahoo, will be up for discussion.
CNBC's Scott Wapner reports that Paul Singer's Elliott Management has taken a large stake in PulteGroup.
Lululemon responds to its founder Chip Wilson's statements on CNBC about the athleisure apparel company.
But unlike some companies, Viacom's corporate charter gave Redstone's National Amusements Inc the ability to immediately remove Viacom's board at any time under Delaware law, said Lawrence Hamermesh, a corporate law professor at Widener University Delaware Law School. The ousted directors could petition a Delaware judge to issue a "status quo" order that...
CNBC's David Faber reports the latest in the Sumner Redstone board battle with Viacom.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz explains why he thinks there could be more Starbucks stores in China than in the U.S. one day.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita reports on the gathering of world leaders to discuss a wide range of topics such as the global economy, trade, foreign policy, climate change and counter terrorism.
Christopher Voss, author, shares lessons he learned while working as a former FBI hostage negotiator.
The Facebook COO speaks publicly for the first time about her husband's unexpected death.
Fast Company Editor Robert Safian reveals this year's list of the 100 most creative people in business, including "Hamilton" actor and composer Lin-Manuel Miranda.
A look at the results of CNBC's exclusive survey about the most important political issues for business from some the largest companies in the world.
Departing Yum Brands executive chairman David Novak says the world faces a recognition deficit and leaders must actively recognize their workers' accomplishments.