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A Scenario That Can Add To News Corp's Value
The recent wave of acquisitions by News Corp has made it certain that the way forward for the company is its digital real estate business, which accounts for a third of its value, as per our estimates.
News Corp axes 55 jobs, Woolworths posts biggest gain in three months
And about 55 journalists are set to lose their jobs at Rupert Murdoch's News Corp Australia. News Corp says the jobs are going from papers around the country, including The Australian, The Daily Telegraph in Sydney and The Herald Sun in Melbourne.
The News Corp columnist and the case of the missing grand mufti
The News Corp columnist and the case of the missing grand mufti. All those Muslims who are not condemny enough need to take a long hard look at how they are perpetrating fear and loathing in this country.
Disney (DIS) Beats, NewsCorp (NWSA) Misses on Quarterly Earnings
While Disney posted a fiscal Q4 2015 earnings beat of 3 cents per share to $1.20 on slightly lower-than-expected revenues of $13.51 billion, News Corp. reached 5 cents per share on $2.01 billion in sales in its fiscal Q1 2016 results -- both below the ...
Were Analysts Bullish News Corp (NASDAQ:NWSA) This Week?
Out of 2 analysts covering News Corporation (NASDAQ:NWSA), 1 rate it “Buy”, 0 “Sell”, while 1 “Hold”. This means 50% are positive.
News Corp (NWSA) Stock Down After Earnings Miss
We rate NEWS CORP (NWSA) a HOLD. The primary factors that have impacted our rating are mixed - some indicating strength, some showing weaknesses, with little evidence to justify the expectation of either a positive or negative performance for this ...
News Corp (NWSA) Missed on Earnings and Revenue for Q1 FY16
Premier League fans in Australia are "insomniacs" says Fox Sports boss
Anti-social kickoff times in the early hours of the morning mean that the English Premier League is less valuable than it might otherwise be in the Australian market, according to News Corporation chief executive Robert Thomson. Earlier this week, the ...
News Corp CEO Robert Thomson plays down English Premier League rights loss  Sydney Morning Herald
News Corp boss defends decision not to pursue new Australian EPL deal  GlobalPost
Will News Corp. (NWSA) Q1 Earnings Disappoint Investors?
News Corporation (NWSA - Analyst Report), the diversified media conglomerate, is slated to report first-quarter fiscal 2016 results on Nov 5. The big question facing investors now is, whether the company will be able to deliver a positive earnings ...
Steve Jobs' Widow Led the Buyout of Amplify
Laurene Powell Jobs, widow of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, is the lead investor behind the buyout of News Corp's money-losing digital education business Amplify earlier this year.
Sport: The week's best plays
Fairfax Media has been told that News Corp executives are keen to finalise a deal with the NRL quickly after Optus last week snatched the rights to the English Premier League from Fox Sports and details of the proposal have been outlined in the company ...