In his 15 years with the company, Sony Music Chairman and CEO Tommy Mottola has tripled the company's revenue, sold an estimated 8 billion CDs, and expanded its operation to more than 60 countries. Now, he is shifting gears and bringing his talents to Broadway as the lead producer of "A Bronx Tale". Mottola joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the show and the state of the music industry.
Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is apologizing again, this time for his own actions. In a memo to staff, Kalanick said he is ashamed of the way he acted in arguing with his Uber driver, who was angry about the price of rides. In just over a week, the company has been hit with sexual harassment claims, sued by a revial ride-sharing company, and had one of its top executives resign. Ben Tracy reports.
Norah O'Donnell sits down with Vice President Mike Pence at his Ceremonial Office to discuss whether intelligence was gathered in the Yemen raid that killed Navy SEAL William "Ryan" Owens, the emotional moment where President Trump honored Owens and his widow during his Congress address Tuesday and the potential legal pathway for undocumented immigrants.
An ongoing pay inequality case against one of the nation's largest jewelry chains reveals a disturbing new set of alleged problems. Newly-released statements from hundreds of employees at Signet Jewelers accuse the company of sexual harassment. The company says the allegations do not represent who they are. Manuel Bojorquez reports.