The CBS Board of Directors hired a top-notch team of women lawyers to investigate misconduct by ex-chairman and CEO Les Moonves—but don’t expect to see any of their work.
In an SEC filing on Monday, the company said it will “seek to preserve the confidentiality of all written and oral reports by the investigators” and “not to make public such Investigator Information to the maximum extent possible consistent with fiduciary duties of directors and all applicable laws.”
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