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Will Rebekah Brooks really replace Robert Thomson as News Corp's CEO?
It suggests that Brooks might step into the shoes of Robert Thomson, News Corp's chief executive, because he - according to the article - is about to return to his native Australia to run News Corp's business there. It sounds far-fetched to me and the ...
Murdoch family defeat shareholder revolt over News Corp voting structure
Rupert Murdoch has narrowly seen off a significant revolt by New Corp shareholders against the voting structure that ensures his family retains an iron grip on the publisher of the Wall Street Journal, the Sun and the Australian.
Key News Corp investors voted in favour of News Corp structure  The Australian
Murdoch's iron grip over News Corp slips  Independent Australia
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News Corp. touts newspaper improvements
Executives from the global media conglomerate said that advertising was on the upswing within News Corp's Australian newspaper stable, long a blemish on company earnings reports, and at the company's marquee American broadsheet, The Wall Street ...
News Corp. shares rise on $65M profit jump  New York Post
Green shoots take root for News Corp's Australian newspapers: Robert Thomson  Sydney Morning Herald
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A first glimpse at how News Corp. will expand realtor.com's reach
Media giant News Corp., which just closed its acquisition of realtor.com operator Move Inc. last week, is already tying the home search portal to several of its publications.
News Corp's new reality: Rupert Murdoch losing grip on empire
This is not the first time Murdoch, the executive chairman of News Corp, has been challenged by shareholder detractors. But it is the closest shave so far.
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News Corp. Spends Another $14 Million in UK Scandal
The New York-based company, which owns The Wall Street Journal, posted its quarterly earnings Wednesday, saying the $14 million figure was lower than the $17 million it spent in the same quarter last year.
Will News Corp (NWSA) Miss on Earnings This Quarter?
News Corporation (NWSA - Analyst Report), a diversified media and information services conglomerate, is slated to report first-quarter fiscal 2015 results on Nov 5. In the last quarter, it had posted a negative surprise of 75%.
Will News Corp (NWSA) Miss on Earnings This Quarter? - Analyst Blog  Nasdaq
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News Corp marketer admits future revenues must broaden beyond subscriptions ...
Speaking last Thursday at the Publish conference in Sydney Damian Eales, chief marketing officers for News Corp's Australian operations, told a panel on paywalls that national broadsheet The Australian had now reached a situation where its advertising ...
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp cops major investor revolt
Rupert Murdoch's iron grip on his publishing empire is slipping after a massive revolt against the family's minority control of News Corp that appears to have included one of his key backers. The voting of a large number of investors at News Corp's ...
News Corp. Fights Class Cert. Bid In Ad Monopoly Fight
Law360, New York (November 20, 2014, 6:55 PM ET) -- News Corp. urged a New York federal judge Wednesday to reject H.J. Heinz Co.