Don’t expect radical changes to realtor.com under the management of News Corp., which acquired the site’s operator, Move Inc., in November — at least not right away. Move’s new CEO, News Corp. veteran Ryan O’Hara, says he’s looking to start...
The former Fox TV affiliate promotions producer who fatally shot himself outside of News Corp. headquarters yesterday had argued that he was dismissed over an unflattering photograph of the Austin Police Chief that he posted to Facebook. [ more › ]
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Phillip Perea, a former promotions producer for a station in Austin, Tex., shot himself in the chest near the entrance to the building in Manhattan.
The shooting occurred outside the New York building that houses Fox News, the New York Post and The Wall Street Journal. read more
Phillip Perea, the man who shot himself this morning in front of the News Corp. headquarters in Manhattan, may have started his journey to first protesting, then shooting himself after getting in trouble for a picture he used to promote...Show More Summary
A former employee at Fox O&O KTBC in Austin, Texas shot himself in the chest just before 9:00 AM today outside of the Fox and News Corp headquarters in New York City. Phillip Perea, who was 41, ended his life after passing out cards...Show More Summary
A former employee of a Fox station in Austin, Texas, committed suicide around 9am this morning outside of Manhattan's News Corp building—home to Fox News, the New York Post, and the Wall Street Journal. He has been identified as 41-year-old Phillip Perea of Irving. The Journal reports by way...
The Wall Street Journal A man who fatally shot himself outside News Corp’s New York headquarters was a former employee of a Fox News affiliate, Pervaiz Shallwani and Heather Haddon wrote Monday for The Wall Street Journal. The Wall Street...Show More Summary
An unhinged FOX News protester shot himself in the chest outside News Corp. building on Monday. The protester said FOX News ruined his life. The Politico reported: A man protesting Fox News shot himself in the chest and was critically … Continue reading ?
A man who reportedly worked for a Fox News affiliate in Austin, Texas, killed himself this morning in front of Manhattan's News Corporation building, which contains the Fox News headquarters. Read more...
The Wall Street Journal reports a man who previously worked for the Fox-owned television station in Austin shot and killed himself outside News Corporation’s headquarters in New York Monday. The newspaper, owned by News Corp, cites a law enforcement official identifying the man as Phillip Perea, 41, of Irving, Texas: Mr. Show More Summary
Former Fox 7 Austin employee Phillip Perea killed himself outside of the News Corporation building Monday morning after handing out fliers that said his ex-employer “ended my career.” (One of his last tweets said, “Congratulations Fox, this is all the money I have left to my name, $104?). The Wall Street Journal reports: A suicide … Read More
Authorities found a suicide note and a gun at the scene
A shooting occurred outside the News Corp. building—which houses Fox News, the NY Post, Wall Street Journal—in midtown this morning. [ more › ]
A man was shot in the chest outside of the News Corp’s midtown offices. Authorities told The New York Post that he was found just a little before 9 am. The unidentified male had a gunshot wound in his chest and a small handgun next to him. Cops believe that the man had shot himself. He was taken to Bellevue Hospital in critical condition.
A shooting occurred this morning outside of the News Corp building in Manhattan, home to Fox News and the New York Post.
A man was found shot in the chest outside the News Corp. building in midtown Manhattan this morning. The New York Post reports the man was found just before 9 a.m. sitting slumped outside of the building at 47th St. and 6th Avenue. The...Show More Summary
Police were investigating a shooting outside of the News Corp. building in Midtown on Monday morning.
Rupert Murdoch, who weeks ago was defending the white cast in 20th Century Fox’s Exodus: Gods and Kings, has taken to Twitter praising Clint Eastwood’s Chris Kyle biopic, exclaiming, “Yes, American Sniper!!” But, the News Corp. chairman and CEO also took time to target those who he sees are the film’s biggest cynics: Hollywood liberals. Show More Summary