CBS-Redstone brawl: Judge to rule on whether CBS can strip Redstones of their voting power

Last Friday, Klieger approached another board member, Bruce Gordon, and said National Amusements wanted a third board member, Charles Gifford, removed from the board before CBS’ annual shareholders meeting Friday. In its brief, National Amusements said it had concerns with Gifford that stemmed from unspecified “incidents” that occurred in 2016 and 2017. (Gifford, 75, is a former Boston banker who has served as chairman emeritus of Bank of America Corp. since 2005.)

ENTERTAINMENT – Los Angeles Times

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