Stocks CBS Corp.


  • 1. "The Big Bang Theory," CBS, 14.13 million. 3. "60 Minutes," CBS, 10.34 million. 4. "NCIS," CBS, 10.25 million.

  • The long-running CBS sitcom was seen by 14.1 million people last Thursday, easily the week's most-watched program, the Nielsen company said. CBS was television's most popular network, as it usually is unless one of its competitors is airing a special event. Nielsen, at a news conference Tuesday, unveiled data that illustrates how the myriad of ways people can...

  • The average estimate of 13 analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research was for earnings of 94 cents per share. CBS shares have risen 18 percent since the beginning of the year, while the Standard& Poor's 500 index has risen 1 percent. Access a Zacks stock report on CBS at

  • LOS ANGELES— A judge ruled Monday that an ailing media mogul should give brief sworn testimony in a case involving his mental competency and who has the authority to make medical decisions for him. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David J. Cowan ruled Monday that attorneys for the media mogul and Sumner Redstone's ex-girlfriend and longtime companion will be...

  • A trader on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, January 8, 2015.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Les Moonves

    CBS's executives are considering how they can gain more control over the broadcaster after Sumner Redstone dies, or if he is declared incompetent.

  • Buy signs

    Jim Cramer goes off the charts to look at the big turnaround for media stocks, and discovered a few with flashing buy signals.

  • Cramer: Media charts flashing a 'buy' signal

    Jim Cramer goes off the charts to look at the big turnaround for media stocks, and discovered institutional money managers bulking up on one play.

  • Marissa Mayer

    Yahoo's investors could still be left in the dark after its earnings call Tuesday, according to one analyst.

  • Sumner Redstone

    A judge declined to order a deposition of Sumner Redstone after lawyers for the media mogul said they do not plan to call him to testify.

  • Machines at Alcoa's extrusion plant in Lafayette, Ind., make aluminum-lithium parts for aircrafts.

    U.S. stock indexes looked set to open higher on Monday, when earnings season will kick off with numbers from industrial bellwether Alcoa.

  • Yahoo signage at their headquarters in Sunnyvale, California.

    The parent company of the Daily Mail is in talks with private equity firms for a possible bid for Yahoo.

  • Street Talk: PANW, DOOR, CBS & more

    "Power Lunch" hosts Melissa Lee and Brian Sullivan look at 5 stocks with analyst recommendations, including RW Baird giving an outperform rating to Masonite International, and RBC giving an outperform to CBS Corp.

  • Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

    Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.

  • Twitter

    In Twitter's deal to stream Thursday Night Football, the NFL is the big winner, an investor says.

  • Andre Roberts of the Washington Redskins attempts to catch a pass against Trevin Wade of the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium on Sept. 24, 2015, in East Rutherford, New Jersey.

    The NFL said it had chosen Twitter as its exclusive global partner for streaming its Thursday night games during the 2016 regular season.

  • Roku TV

    With Apple, Google and now Roku making big streaming announcements this week, cable's over-the-top challenge is only stiffening.

  • An aerial view of the North Carolina Tar Heels v Florida Gulf Coast Eagles first round of the NCAA Mens Basketball Tournament.

    Several upsets in Thursday's 16 NCAA men's basketball tournament games wreaked havoc on brackets.

  • Analyst: Cable networks assets may be tough for Viacom

    Tony Wible, Director and Senior Analyst at Drexel Hamilton, talks about Viacom's play for Paramount Pictures, and the state of television media in the cord-cutting era.

  • Redstone court documents hearing

    CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports a hearing is being held on a motion to unseal court documents in the lawsuit filed against Sumner Redstone.