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CBS boss Les Moonves resigns over sexual misconduct claims

SBS Monday, 10 September 2018
CBS boss Les Moonves resigns over sexual misconduct claimsUS television giant CBS has announced the immediate departure of CEO Leslie Moonves, following a slew of escalating sexual misconduct allegations.
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Hours after CBS chief executive Les Moonves resigned, his wife Julie Chen was a no-show on the season premiere of "The Talk." In a statement to Inside Edition, Chen, who also hosts the network's hit, "Big Brother," said she would return to the talk show soon. Her husband is the most powerful...

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