Viacom IncVIAB:NSQ

84.01
0.290 / 0.34%
1.34m
28.16%
1.11
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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
SumnerRedstone
Executive Chairman of the Board
10.20m USD
90
1986
Mr. Sumner M. Redstone is Executive Chairman of the Board of Viacom Inc. Mr. Redstone has been our Executive Chairman of the Board of Directors since January 1, 2006. He has also served as Executive Chairman and Founder of CBS Corporation since January 1, 2006. He was Chairman of the Board of former Viacom Inc. (“Former Viacom”), which is now known as CBS Corporation, beginning in 1987 and Chief Executive Officer of Former Viacom from 1996 to 2005. He has been Chairman of the Board of National Amusements, Inc., our controlling stockholder, since 1986, its Chief Executive Officer since 1967 and also served as its President from 1967 through 1999. Mr. Redstone served as the first Chairman of the Board of the National Association of Theatre Owners and is currently a member of its Executive Committee. He has been a frequent lecturer at universities, including Harvard Law School, Boston University Law School and Brandeis University. Mr. Redstone graduated from Harvard University in 1944 and received an LL.B. from Harvard University School of Law in 1947. Upon graduation, he served as law secretary with the U.S. Court of Appeals and then as a special assistant to the U.S. Attorney General. Mr. Redstone served in the Military Intelligence Division during World War II. While a student at Harvard, he was selected to join a special intelligence group whose mission was to break Japan’s high-level military and diplomatic codes. Mr. Redstone received, among other honors, two commendations from the Military Intelligence Division in recognition of his service, contribution and devotion to duty, and the Army Commendation Award.
 
PhilippeDauman
President, Chief Executive Officer, Director
20.40m USD
60
2006
 
ShariRedstone
Non-Executive Vice Chairman of the Board
--
59
2005
 
WadeDavis
Chief Financial Officer, Executive Vice President
3.15m USD
40
2012
 
ThomasDooley
Chief Operating Officer, Senior Executive Vice President, Director
15.90m USD
57
2006
 
MichaelFricklas
Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary
4.07m USD
53
2000
 
ScottMills
Executive Vice President - Human Resources and Administration
--
45
2012
 
CarlFolta
Executive Vice President - Corporate Communications
--
56
2006
 
DeDeLea
Executive Vice President - Government Relations
--
48
2005
 
KatherineGill-Charest
Senior Vice President, Chief Accounting Officer, Controller
--
49
2010
 
GeorgeAbrams
Director
--
81
2006
 
AlanGreenberg
Independent Director
--
86
2006
 
RobertKraft
Independent Director
--
72
2006
 
BlytheMcGarvie
Independent Director
--
57
2007
 
DeborahNorville
Independent Director
--
55
2013
 
CharlesPhillips
Independent Director
--
55
2006
 
FredericSalerno
Independent Director
--
70
2006
 
WilliamSchwartz
Independent Director
--
80
2006
 
CristianaSorrell
Independent Director
--
40
2013
View all 19 directors & officersOfficers and Directors data as of Apr 19 2014

Director dealings

In January, directors sold a net -1.05m shares of Viacom Inc. This was significantly larger than the average monthly sale of -433.52k shares, implying that director sentiment was negative at that time.

As of 01 Apr 2014
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