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James and Lachlan Murdoch get new contracts; Chase Carey to get $20 million consulting fee

Rupert Murdoch's sons, James and Lachlan Murdoch, have received new four-year contracts as part of their promotions at 21st Century Fox with compensation that could approach $30 million a year for each of them, according to a regulatory filing.

James and Lachlan Murdoch get new contracts; Chase Carey to get $20 million consulting fee

last monthHealth : Booster Shots

Rupert Murdoch's sons, James and Lachlan Murdoch, have received new four-year contracts as part of their promotions at 21st Century Fox with compensation that could approach $30 million a year for each of them, according to a regulatory filing.

James And Lachlan Murdoch’s New Fox Contracts Guarantee Them $20M+ A Year

Some traditions never die, including the one at Fox to offer top executives super high compensation packages. New CEO James Murdoch, Executive Co-Chairman Lachlan Murdoch, and former COO Chase Carey — now Executive Vice Chairman — should...Show More Summary

Fox Details Terms of James, Lachlan Murdoch’s Four-Year Contracts

Chase Carey has a deal to remain as a non-exclusive consultant for two one-year terms starting July 2016. read more

Rupert Murdoch to Step Down as CEO July 1

2 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

It’s official: Rupert Murdoch is stepping down from his role as CEO of 21st Century Fox July 1. In an announcement, the company said Murdoch and his son Lachlan Murdoch will both become executive co-chairmen. Chase Carey, 21st Century...Show More Summary

Fox Shake-Up: What's Next for Chase Carey?

A clause will keep him from taking a job at a competitor until at least mid-2016, but some say he could also take the Peter Chernin route. read more

Breakingviews: Rupert Murdoch’s Step Back Will Propel Dynasty Forward

But without Chase Carey, there is a risk that the Murdochs could lose their newfound discipline.

Rupert Murdoch to Step Down as CEO of 21st Century Fox

CNBC’s Rupert Murdoch is planning to give up his CEO role at 21st Century Fox and hand the reins to his son, James, CNBC’s David Faber reports. Chase Carey will step down as COO “and take on a yet undefined role as an adviser at theShow More Summary

Fox's Chase Carey Talks 'Empire,' Network Momentum, Consolidation

At an industry conference in San Francisco, the executive also discusses the pay TV bundle and over-the-top services. read more

Chase Carey: Online Video Services Are A “Big Priority” For Fox

Fox plans to be part of the procession of programmers offering shows directly to consumers online. “I think it’s great, and there are a lot of plans we’re working on,” COO Chase Carey told investors today at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference. Show More Summary

Fox Lowers Financial Guidance Citing Ad And Ratings Woes

The good feeling about Fox after the release of its quarterly earnings was short-lived. The stock turned down about 4.8% in post market trading after COO Chase Carey, in a conference call with analysts — still underway — acknowledged that “our broadcast business is not where we expected it to be at this time” due to weak ratings and ad sales. Show More Summary

James Murdoch, Chase Carey Re-Elected to Sky Board

Shareholders of the pay TV giant also approve its name change from BSkyB after recent acquisitions in Germany and Italy read more

Chase Carey: Weak TV Ad Sales Reflect Concerns About Economy

The Fox COO told analysts not to fear that TV ad sales and viewing are beginning a dangerous slide — which gained momentum this morning when Discovery said it could not anticipate a pick up from weak sales in October. Such concerns “are overblown, particularly in the short term,” Chase Carey said in a conference call. Show More Summary

Fox's Chase Carey Talks Fox "Ratings Headwinds," Time Warner Bid

Rupert Murdoch's right-hand man says out of habit, he still turns on ESPN instead of Fox Sports 1 when he comes home read more

Chase Carey: Fox Is Really, Really Over Time Warner. Really.

21st Century Fox COO Chase Carey must wonder if he'll ever have an interview where he isn't asked about the company's recent aborted effort to buy Time Warner — as he was, again, today when he appeared at the Goldman Sachs Communacopia. Show More Summary

Fox’s Chase Carey on Time Warner: ‘We’ve Moved On’

12 months agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

Chase Carey, president and COO of 21st Century Fox, wants everyone to know that his company is already healing from the heartbreak of not acquiring Time Warner. “We’ve moved on,” Carey said, during a London TV industry conference. “We...Show More Summary

Fox Looking to Finalize Reality TV Joint Venture Deal Soon

President Chase Carey reiterates the company won't go after mega-deals and discusses possible U.K. targets read more

Murdoch Made $80 Billion Offer for Time Warner

Rupert Murdoch’s media conglomerate Twenty-First Century Fox admitted Wednesday to making an unsuccessful $80 billion offer in recent weeks to take over Time Warner. The New York Times reported that Chase Carey, the president of Fox and longtime top deputy to Rupert Murdoch, met with Time Warner’s chief executive Jeff Bewkes in early June. Show More Summary

Fox's Chase Carey, Discovery's JB Perrette Among RTS Speakers

A who's who of the British and global broadcasting scene will attend this year's Royal Television Society conference in London September 9. read more

Cruel summer for Warner Bros. Chase Carey signs new deal at Fox.

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