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News Corp's woes weren't entirely Kim Williams's fault
In the last week of May 2013, Rupert Murdoch's empire was in high gear: with the split of his global media group a month away, Murdoch was about to begin a roadshow to US analysts before he headed to Australia with Robert Thomson.
Kim Williams' lucrative gift to News keeping the empire afloat  Crikey
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News Corp Ad Revenue Slips
Revenue, though, outperformed expectations, boosted by the book publishing unit and digital real-estate services. For the quarter ended June 30, News Corp earned $12 million, or 2 cents a share, compared with a loss of $1.12 billion in the year earlier ...
News Corp. holds firm on value of print  Capital New York
News Corp Revenue Beats Expectations, Thanks To Its Books Business  Huffington Post
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News Corp Australia leaked accounts show 1000 jobs cut across mastheads
The financial health of News Corp Australia's newspapers has been laid bare by a leak of its confidential operating accounts, which reveal the extent of the Australian losses and that the company has quietly shed more than 1,000 staff. Earlier this ...
Australian newspapers dragging down News Corp  Sydney Morning Herald
Leaked Documents Reveal The Scale Of Job And Revenue Losses At News ...  Business Insider Australia
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Rupert Murdoch runs News Corp along 'feudal' lines, Kim Williams says
Williams has accused the company of �repulsive� revisionism. When Williams broke his silence with a book a year after departing News Corp Australia on bad terms with Rupert Murdoch and his newspaper editors, it was always going to be interesting ...
News Corp hits back  ABC Online
News Corp's Wall Street Journal business appears to be in good shape ...  Sydney Morning Herald
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Julian Disney withdraws from adjudicating on News Corp complaints
�Two News Corp papers have written to me insisting, among other things, that the Chair of the Council, Prof Julian Disney, should withdraw from the Council's adjudication of two complaints relating to them,� Pender said.
Press Council chairman Julian Disney pulls out of adjudicating News Corp ...  Sydney Morning Herald
APC head withdraws from News Corp rulings  The Australian
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News Corp full-year profits halved as Australian newspaper revenue drops
Earnings from the company's news and information division fell 16% in 2013/14 to US$130 million, mostly due to weakness in its Australian newspapers, which suffered an 18% drop in revenue, of which 10% was related to the foreign currency impact.
News Corp FY earnings up 12pc as digital adds to growth potential  The Australian
News Corp. 4th quarter swings to a profit but results miss expectations  Fox Business
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Kim Williams not alone in believing News Corp is 'unfair' making him the fall guy
Efforts to blame the decline of News Corp's Australian newspapers on former chief executive Kim Williams are "weird" and "unfair", according Mr Williams, who claims his old colleagues are targeting him in a "festival of vengeance".
News Corp chief defends cash-strapped Australian, saying it is much loved  The Guardian
Ghosts of Williams' strategy laid bare  The Australian
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News Corp bucking the newspaper decline
NEWS Corp Australia has bucked the trend of declining newspaper print readership to post a 2 per cent increase across its national, metropolitan and regional titles over the past year, well above the 4 per cent decline across all major newspaper print ...
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News Corp slams Australian Press Council and its chairman
News Corp's The Australian has attacked the Australian Press Council and its chairman, Julian Disney, in three separate articles, saying it had lost confidence in the �erratic� self-regulatory body, which is acting as �censor-in-chief�.
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Lower Advertising Income Weighs Over News Corp's Quarterly Results
News Corporation (NASDAQ:NWSA) witnessed a 3% drop in its Q4 fiscal 2014 revenues (fiscal year ends with June). News and information services revenues declined by 6% amid lower advertising income.