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CBS CEO Leslie Moonves Receives $69.90 Mln In 2011 Total Compensation

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CBS Corp. (CBS: Quote,CBS-A: Quote) disclosed in its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission that its President and Chief Executive Officer, Leslie Moonves, received a $69.90 million in total compensation for 2011, up from $57.73 million in 2010.

The company said that Leslie Moonves got a $3.50 million salary, $27.50 million Bonus,$8.50 million stock Awards, and Option Awards valued at $27.32 million in 2011. Leslie Moonves received a $3.51 million salary, $27.50 million Bonus, $8.00 million stock Awards, and Option Awards valued at $14.87 million in 2010.

The company said in the filing that its Executive Chairman and funder,Sumner Redstone, received a $20.28 million in total compensation for 2011, slightly down from $20.29 million in 2010. Redstone' total compensation for 2011 included a $1.75 million salary, $10.00 million bonus, $5.51 million stock awards and $3.00 million option awards.

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