Les Moonves’ severance tied to investigation results
New questions are arising Tuesday about Les Moonves’ role at CBS after he stepped down as president and CEO due to allegations of sexual harassment and assault. The longtime executive is now said to remain as an unpaid advisor as part of his termination agreement. He could be with the company for another year and could take home $120 million in severance, pending the outcome of an independent investigation. NBC’s Anne Thompson reports for TODAY.
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