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News Corp. to Take Stake in China Film Distributor
News Corp., the owner of 20th Century Fox film studio, will take a 19.9% stake in the Chinese film company, buying directly from the firm's founder and Chief Executive Yu Dong, Bona Film said Monday.
News Corp. buys stake in Chinese film studio  Los Angeles Times
News Corp Buys Into Bona Film Group And Gets What? The Disclosure ...  China Law Blog (blog)
Steering Murdoch in Scandal, Klein Put School Goals Aside
Last week, after a British parliamentary report declared that Rupert Murdoch was “not a fit person” to lead a major corporation, several senior News Corporation executives huddled in tense discussion on the eighth floor of the company's New York ...
Obama praises press freedom, mum on transparency issues  Daily Caller
The man who took on the Murdochs  Sydney Morning Herald
News Corp, Walmart and CEO Failure to Investigate Wrongdoing
The trials and tribulations of News Corp, as underscored by the recent findings of a parliamentary committee, and of Walmart, as detailed in the recent New York Times allegations of Walmart bribery in Mexico, illustrate vividly the adverse consequences ...
News Corp expands China film footprint
News Corp has taken a stake in one of China's biggest private film distributors, bolstering its position in a fast-expanding market that has offered both promise and frustration for western media groups in recent years.
News Corp. to Take Stake in China's Bona Film Group
"One of Bona's unique advantages is its vertically-integrated business model, which differentiates the company from other film distributors in China," said Jack Gao, senior vp, News Corp. and CEO, News Corp. China Investments. "China's film market is ...
News Corp Pushes Into China With Strategic Investment In Bona Film Group
News Corp. COO Chase Carey Endorses Rupert Murdoch
If Rupert Murdoch were to concede to pressure to step down over the phone hacking scandal afflicting News Corp., the most immediate beneficiary would be Chase Carey, News Corp.'s COO. With James Murdoch in even worse odor than his father, at least ...
Murdoch's Shakespearean Tragedy  New Yorker (blog)
The problem with owning large media corporations  The Express Tribune (blog)
Scandal Be Damned: Murdoch Banks $310 Million Thursday After News Corp ...
The phone hacking scandal at Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. continues to chip away at the company's bottom line - it took another $63 million hit from costs associated with the ongoing investigation into practices at the now-defunct News of the World ...
NO DISCLOSURE: WSJ, Fox Defended ALEC Without Noting News Corp. Is A ...
ALEC Logo The editorial board of The Wall Street Journal and employees of Fox News have repeatedly shielded the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) from criticism without disclosing that parent company News Corp. is a member of that ...
News Corp. Sues Dish Over Hopper Ad-Skipping Service
“This lawsuit is not about Dish enhancing consumer choice,” News Corp. writes in the complaint. “By stealing Fox's broadcast programming to create a bootleg video-on-demand service for all network primetime programming, Dish is undermining legitimate ...
UK woes fail to trouble News Corp investors
The first is that the cable TV networks that provide 60 per cent of News Corp's operating income are growing even faster than the costs associated with UK investigations.
Cameron Leadership Tarnished as Murdoch Inquiry Undermines Faith  Bloomberg