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Viacom insiders say Bob Bakish's rise in power is a good sign for employees going into the CBS merger, but some on Wall Street have doubts about the new leadership structure (CBS, VIAB)

Business Insider Wednesday, 14 August 2019
Viacom insiders say Bob Bakish's rise in power is a good sign for employees going into the CBS merger, but some on Wall Street have doubts about the new leadership structure (CBS, VIAB)· Viacom's Bob Bakish is rising in power. He has been chosen to lead ViacomCBS, the new company that would be created through the proposed merger of media companies CBS and Viacom.
· Some Viacom staffers see the executive appointment as a "good thing for everyone at Viacom," as one former employee told Business Insider ahead...
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