The latest article by Ronan Farrow, whose reporting about Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein helped spark the #metoo movement against sexual abuse, quotes the new group of women as saying Moonves forced them, at times violently, to perform oral sex on him, or that he exposed himself to them.
Another woman, Jessica Pallingston, said Moonves forced her to perform oral sex on her first day working as his assistant at Warner Bros productions.
The network's chief operating officer, Joseph Ianniello, will serve as president and acting CEO until CBS's Board of Directors looks for a replacement.
"The clear positive is that the current uncertainty is lifted and that there will be no immediate merger between Viacom and CBS, " analyst Michael Nathanson said in a note before Moonves stepped down.
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Still, but for a few narrow misses with a putter that had been so steady Thursday, Woods would've drawn close to Schauffele. He was the PGA Tour rookie of the year last season after winning the Tour Championship for his second PGA Tour title.
"And this I know is true, to the core of my being: Women can not achieve equality in the workplace or society until there is a reckoning and a taking of responsibility".
Greenfield said he believed Ianniello will be out by the year's end and will be replaced with an outside executive as part of a network "house cleaning".
CBS's board has been in talks with Moonves to negotiate his exit, a source familiar with the matter previously told Reuters.
CBS Corp. has reached an exit deal with Chief Executive Leslie Moonves, according to sources. "Les Moonves walking away with a $100 million settlement sends a message to survivors everywhere that powerful men can act without fear of consequence" (via Variety).
"The appalling accusations in this article are untrue", Moonves responded in part to the second report Sunday.
The money will be subtracted from from whatever severance is due Moonves - who has held the titles of chairman, president and CEO - after an external investigation into misconduct allegations from a previous New Yorker report reveals its findings.
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It comes just weeks after Hurricane Lane brought "almost biblical rains" to the Big Island and also left parts of Oahu flooded. At its present course and speed, the center of Florence will likely approach the SC or Georgia coastline on Thursday or Friday.
He said he had consensual relations with three of the women named by The New Yorker "some 25 years ago before I came to CBS".
"I really hope my women colleagues who financially secure will join me in speaking out against women like Julie and the indignities imposed on his by men in this business", she concluded.
He continued: "In my 40 years of work, I have never before heard of such disturbing accusations".
Through Sunday evening's settlement, all of those suits will be dismissed and CBS will return to some sense of normal corporate order. But if the board finds that the company is not entitled to dismiss Moonves for those reasons, Mooves would receive the $120 million in the trust's assets. On the New Yorker's website on Sunday six additional women made new claims of sexual harassment and assault in incidents they said occurred between the 1980s and the early 2000s. "I wish nothing but the best for the organization, the newly comprised board of directors and all of its employees".
"I was asked a couple of months ago to make a statement supporting Leslie, which I felt I was as diplomatic as I could be with the statement that I made", she said, likely alluding to a now-deleted tweet from July, after the first wave of accusers spoke out.
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A lot of them are either complaining about Falcons' play calling or the sloppy football that was played all night. That long-ago game was hampered by an early start time; NBC pushed the 2008 Kickoff Game from 8 p.m.to 7 p.m.