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News Corp. to Buy Move, a Real Estate Listings Site
News Corporation, the publishing company controlled by Rupert Murdoch, agreed on Tuesday to buy Move Inc., an operator of real estate listings websites, for $950 million in cash, as the newspaper publisher continues to branch out into new businesses.
News Corp to Buy Move Inc. for $950 Million  Wall Street Journal
News Corp to buy real estate website operator Move for $950 mln  Reuters
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Google hits back at News Corp's claims that it is a platform for piracy
It included a link to News Corp UK title the Sun's notorious �Up Yours Delors� front page from 1990, aimed at the then European Commission president, with the accompanying comment: �People probably have enough evidence to judge that one for ...
Dear Rupert: Google responds to News Corp's criticisms point-by-point in ...  The Next Web
Google Responds to News Corp Criticism in "Dear Rupert" Blog Post  Hollywood Reporter
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Why News Corp. (NWSA) Stock Is Gaining Today
"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 ...
UPDATE: Macquarie Upgrades News Corp  Benzinga
News Corp Upgraded to "Neutral" by Macquarie (NWS)  WKRB News
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News Corp's Acquisition Of Move Inc. Will Diversify Its Digital Real Estate Assets
News Corporation's digital real estate business has been trending well over the past few years. The company recently agreed to acquire Move Inc. for $950 million.
Ex-News Corp Editor Pleads Guilty in UK Phone-Hacking Case
News Corp's U.K. newspaper unit dismissed Mr. Edmondson in January 2011 after the company launched an internal probe and found notes from Mr. Mulcaire that appeared to implicate Mr. Edmondson.
News Corp. tabloid editor pleads guilty to phone hacking  Chicago Tribune
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Media Stocks Under Review - News Corp., Sirius XM Holdings, Cumulus Media ...
Investor-Edge has initiated coverage on the following equities: News Corporation NWSA, -1.01% Sirius XM Holdings Inc. SIRI, -1.48% Cumulus Media Inc. CMLS, -3.09% DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. DWA, -1.03% and Lions Gate Entertainment ...
Expert Briefing on Oil and Gas Exploration and Production Stocks - Comstock ...  Your Oil and Gas News (press release)
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Clive Palmer drops defamation action against News Corp Australia
Palmer had repeatedly accused the News Corp publication of running a baseless campaign against him over his business dealings and a separate legal dispute with the Chinese state-owned company Citic Pacific. Palmer confirmed the Australian was not ...
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Daily Mail Australia and News Corp settle over plagiarism claim
A News Corp Australia spokesman said: �We have settled our dispute with the Mail Online. It was agreed to keep the terms of the settlement confidential.
News Corp and Daily Mail both claim victory, but no money changes hands  Crikey
NEWS Corp has reached a settlement with the Mail Online...  The Hornet
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News Corp and Occidental Among Latest Firms to Cut Ties with ALEC
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., Occidental Petroleum, International Paper, and are the latest corporations to say they have left the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) after a wave of technology companies led by Google and ...
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It's Google versus News Corp: round 2!
News Corp: �Specifically on search, there is clear evidence that Google systematically diverts users away from relevant sites to its own related sites for commercial reasons� Google routinely displays YouTube results at the top of its search pages ...
Google Rips Apart News Corp Letter, But One Point Is Missing  ValueWalk
Google Inc (GOOGL) Doesn't Even Feel Threatened By News Corp (NWSA)  Insider Monkey (blog)
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