This morning I ran a quick experiment. I searched through News.com.au’s site for stories that mention Facebook in the title to see what percentage of those stories had a negative slant. My theory is that large media companies such as...Show More Summary
News Corp. overlord Rupert Murdoch dropped a whopping $57.25 million last year on four floors in One Madison, including the building's penthouse on floors 58 to 60, and now the billionaire media...
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch is trading in his airy triplex near Madison Square Park for a townhouse downtown, according to The Wall Street Journal. The 7,600-square-foot apartment features five bedrooms, five bathrooms, and panoramic views of the city, and is listed for the bargain price of $72 million.Murdoch purchased... More »
Week two of spring ball has been an interesting one for the UCLA football team. A few minor injuries have tested the wide receiver corps depth (as reported by Jack Wang of the Los Angeles Daily News). Multiple position changes have also taken place. Quarterback Aaron Sharp is now a receiver. Show More Summary
The new deal for print as well as digital titles will allow HarperCollins to set the retail prices for its e-books. This is a positive development for the publisher primarily due to the pricing power that it will have over its titles. Show More Summary
Todd Klein on Green Lantern Corps #39. here's one of those Walking Dead #1 variant covers that the Wizard shows do, this one for Las Vegas featuring a Gilbert Hernandez cover. I actually think that's a good idea for a variant: various...Show More Summary
More details have emerged on News Corp. and 21st Century Fox possible plan to build a new headquarters at the World Trade Center site. If a deal is reached, the rebuilding of the site of the Sept. 11... To view the full story, click the title link.
Weibo operator faced with shutdown of online news services.
CBS News correspondent Margaret Brennan was married last night to Maj. Ali Iyad Yakub, a Marine Corps judge advocate. Brennan and Yakub first met 17 years ago when both were students at the University of Virginia, but were re-acquainted in 2013 when they ran into each other on the street in Washington, DC. Show More Summary
This appeared earlier today.Some chemists are selling patients’ prescription information so drug companies can increase their profits April 12, 2015 12:00AM Sue Dunlevy National Health Reporter News Corp Australia NetworkEXCLUSIVE SOME...Show More Summary
It's official: Beliefnet, with its three million unique visitors each month and 11 million daily newsletter subscribers, has been acquired by Fox Entertainment Group, which is part of News Corp.
The companies say they are exploring options on the location of headquarters. read more
The companies, which include Fox News Channel and The Wall Street Journal, have been in discussions for months to build a joint headquarters in an 88-story skyscraper, officials said.
News Corp. and 21st Century Fox Inc. may build a joint headquarters in a new 88-story skyscraper at the World Trade Center, the New York Times reported, citing real estate and government officials it... To view the full story, click the title link.
Two media giants controlled by Rupert Murdoch — News Corp. and 21st Century Fox — are looking into relocating their headquarters in a new 88-story skyscraper in downtown Manhattan’s World Trade Center, The New York Times reports, citing real estate...
What better way for lawmakers to welcome the NRA's national convention in Nashville this weekend than with a public spat with members of the state press corps over a bill to allow permitted guns in parks? During a testy news conference last week, GOP leaders in the Tennessee House accused statehouse reporters of advocating against the gun measure, debating rather...
From Greens leader Christine Milne bitter sniping at News Corp Australia chief executive Julian Clarke: Clarke: I consider…
Seventh-grader Kevin Warren hunched over his desk, struggling to log on to a new tablet computer that News Corp. leased to his school. It replaced an earlier gadget, which had overheated, generating... To view the full story, click the title link.
Starting today, ListHub, a listing syndication platform owned by News Corp. subsidiary Move Inc., will no longer send listing information to the nation's two most popular real estate portals, Zillow and Trulia. But what does that mean for brokers...
A Delaware judge examines whether a "poison pill" agreement transferred in the 2013 split between News Corp. and 21st Century Fox. read more