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News Corp. to Acquire 49% of YES Network at $3 Billion Value
News Corp. (NWSA), the media company led by Rupert Murdoch, agreed to buy 49 percent of the YES Network, the cable channel that carries New York Yankees baseball games, in a deal that values the pay-TV outlet at about $3 billion.
News Corporation Completes Deal for 49% Stake in YES Network  New York Times (blog)
YES Network Sale To News Corp Saves Murdoch And Steinbrenner A Fortune In ...  Forbes
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News Corp. Profit Tops Analyst Estimates on TV Ad Gains
News Corp. (NWS), the media company run by billionaire Rupert Murdoch, reported profit that topped analysts' estimates, fueled by TV advertising and affiliate fees from pay-TV providers.
News Corp. executive sidesteps rumors about plans to acquire more newspapers  Capital New York
Chris Matthews Hijacks Alex Wagner's MSNBC Show: 'If You Don't ...  Huffington Post
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News Corp. buys out ESPN Star Sports venture
The companies on June 6 announced their agreement on the acquisition, made through a News Corp. subsidiary. Under the deal, ESPN Star Sports is now a wholly-owned unit of News Corp. ESPN Star Sports features sports in 24 countries in Asia through its ...
News Corp. completes acquisition of ESPN Star Sports  Best Media Info
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Spy Stories From The Murdoch Empire: News Corp Fights With Itself In Grand ...
Back in 2008, News Corp (owners of satellite providers DirecTV) was sued by DISH Networks for allegedly hacking their competitors satellite smartcards and flooding the market with them.
Clouds Lifting Over Murdoch, He's Out to Buy Again
Rupert Murdoch, second from left, with his sons, Lachlan, left, and James, second from right, and Chase Carey, News Corporation's president and chief operating officer, in July in Sun Valley, Idaho.
Second Shoe Drops in Fleet Street Phone-Hacking Scandal  New Yorker (blog)
BSkyB Raises $800 Million, Analysts See Potential for Acquisitions  Hollywood Reporter
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Did News Corp. Illegally Purchase Saddam Hussein Photos from US Officials?
The allegations that News Corp., which owns The Sun, made illegal payments to British defense personnel, police officers, and health workers in exchange for confidential information sparked widespread public outcry, which triggered investigations by ...
News Corp could face probe over picture of Saddam Hussein wearing ...  Daily Mail
Pictures of Saddam Hussein in his underpants could spell trouble for News ...
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TEXT - S&P affirms News Corp ratings
Overview -- We have concluded our review of News Corp.'s management and governance following the identification of deficiencies related to allegations of phone-hacking and bribery in the U.K.
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News Corp eyes Simon & Schuster
News Corp and CBS declined to comment. Two people familiar with the situation cautioned that News Corp had expressed interest but that there had been no formal negotiations between the two companies, and another warned that a deal may not happen.
News Corp. in Early Talks With CBS Corp. to Buy Simon & Schuster; Would ...  Hollywood Reporter
HarperCollins' Owner To Buy Simon & Schuster?  Huffington Post
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Rupert Murdoch sells $10m of News Corp shares
Mr Murdoch sold 381,229 class A shares at $23.95 and 37,402 at $23.94 on November 20, according to a filing to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch Sells All His Non-Voting Stock  Hollywood Reporter
Rupert Murdoch sheds some News Corp shares  Reuters
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News Corp. Evidence Points to Cover-Up, Leveson Reports
News Corp. (NWSA)'s testimony about how a phone-hacking scandal was handled points to a possible cover-up at multiple levels within the organization, according to the findings of an inquiry into media ethics.
What Does Proposed UK Press Reform Mean For Rupert Murdoch And ...
British report calls for new press watchdog  Washington Post
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