Sumner Redstone

Redstone's media empire included CBS and Viacom.
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As for Donald Trump himself, he lived to be 100 years old, dying in 2046 of natural causes. Following the election he spent his remaining years a virtual pariah. A broken man socially, emotionally and financially. Alone and alienated from family and the few friends he had. And, he never apologized... for anything.
The case will proceed in Massachusetts.
The move comes amid a heated legal battle over Redstone's media empire.
Family and colleagues of Redstone, 92, are battling over his media empire.
As the CEO of the leading national online caregiving company, I read with considerable interest the court battle to oversee
The entertainment is gripped by the trial, as Redstone has majority control of media companies Viacom and CBS.
By Jessica Toonkel and Liana B. Baker NEW YORK (Reuters) - CBS Corp's executives are talking to investment bankers about
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Sumner Redstone has resigned as executive chairman of CBS, with Leslie Moonves stepping in the role, the company said Wednesday
Viacom said Redstone's compensation in fiscal 2015 declined 85 percent to $2 million from $13 million in fiscal 2014.
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