NEW YORK, Dec. 2 (UPI) -- CBS led the pack with three awards at the Third Annual Emmy Awards for Business and Financial Reporting in New York.
Among the CBS winners Thursday was a "60 Minutes" report on Google reported by Lesley Stahl and produced by Rome Hartman, who will become executive producer of "CBS Evening News" in January, TV Week reported.
Bill Geist's "CBS News Sunday Morning" report about the man behind Viking kitchen range was also a winner as well as a "60 Minutes II" feature about identities for sale.
PBS took two Emmys while A&E, ABC and CNN took home one Emmy each.
The Lifetime Achievement Award went to Lou Dobbs, anchor and managing editor of CNN's "Lou Dobbs Tonight."