On the Late Show, Letterman jokingly warned the "CBS stooge in the control room" to call his buddies "before things turn ugly." Leslie obliged. Nancy and Les Moonves were already living apart. In 2004, although his divorce from Nancy was not yet finalized, Les Moonves began dating CBS' The Early Show reporter Julie Chen. On December 10, 2004, Moonves got a court to grant an early divorce. Tired of waiting, Moonves' motion cited a "desire to return to the status of being single".
Later appearances have taken the same format, with Letterman discussing current events and the CBS network with the company's CEO. 2004) with whom he has three children. In April 2003, Nancy Moonves filed for divorce in L. Moonves foresaw a lengthy trial to settle the property and other issues.
She was dating with him as a boyfriend and got married in the year 2004. During the free time she loves cooking and inviting her friends to taste her variety in dishes. She is involved within various charities for the progress and betterment of the living hood of the children.
She also has 3 children’s from her previous marriage. She also spends maximum of her time with her family with the various types of occasional gathering. Chen loves working within various organizations in relation to the betterment of the children among them who are having the poor economic condition. She has a perfect body structure and perfectly well dressed with her style.
Moonves served as co-president and co-chief operating officer of Viacom, Inc., the predecessor to CBS Corporation, from 2004 until the company split on December 31, 2005.
Prior to that he had been in a series of executive positions for CBS since July 1995.
On February 28, 2006, Moonves led CBS to file a $500 million lawsuit against Howard Stern for allegedly breaching his contract by failing to disclose the details of his deal with Sirius Satellite Radio while still employed by Infinity Broadcasting.