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Susan Zirinsky named president of CBS News

Susan Zirinsky, a 46-year veteran of CBS News and the top producer of the "48 Hours" newsmagazine, is about to become the first woman to run the network's news division.

A stunning end to a historic run for Les Moonves

Leslie Moonves has sat atop entertainment industry power lists for years, and become a model for corporate stability in his more than two decades overseeing CBS. In a business known for change and turnover, his forced departure from the network -- to use an oft-referenced expression in showbiz circles -- is like a head falling off Mt. Rushmore.

Six More Women Accuse CBS CEO Leslie Moonves of Sexual Assault or Harassment

  Six additional women have come forward with allegations of sexual assault or sexual misconduct against Leslie Moonves, the chairman and CEO of CBS Corporation. In a report by Ronan Farrow published Sunday morning by The New Yorker, the women describe in detail several disturbing instances that span nearly 15 years. The claims come six weeks after Farrow first published allegations against Moonves by six other women.

CBS board hires two law firms amid harassment allegations

The CBS board of directors met again on Wednesday and agreed to hire two law firms "to conduct a full investigation of the allegations in recent press reports about Chairman and CEO Leslie Moonves, CBS News and cultural issues at all levels of CBS."