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Exclusive: Digital Chief Jon Miller Leaving News Corp.
But I had noted in an article in July that the well-known Internet exec was not likely to continue at News Corp. in the wake of a complex transaction that will ultimately break the company apart into two separate entities - an entertainment company ...
News Corp. Digital Chief Jon Miller to Exit  AdAge.com
News Corp. digital chief Jon Miller exits  CNET
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Surprised? News Corp. Donates More to Democrats Than Republicans
�News Corporation has [also] donated $504,162 to individuals, Super PACs and candidates in 2012,� the report continues, �Eight of the 10 top recipients of that cash are Democrats.
News Corp. Executive Jack Q. Gao Joins Board of Bona Film Group
"As head of News Corporation's investments in China, Jack played an important role in their recent strategic investment in Bona, and we are pleased that he has agreed to take a more active role in the company by joining our Board,� Yu Doong, founder, ...
News Corp in $2.8bn writedown
The impairment echoed News Corp's $2.8bn writedown of Dow Jones in 2009, which it bought for $5.7bn in 2007. Analysts had valued the group's publishing business at between $4.3bn and $5.3bn, but said the cut to its book valuations would not change ...
News Corp posts loss on newspaper business  Sydney Morning Herald
News Corp makes Q4 loss on publishing writedown  The Australian
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Rupert Murdoch Outlines News Corp. Ethics, Compliance Initiatives in Staff Memo
In a memo to staff, News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch announced structural changes meant to address compliance and ethics in the wake of a hacking scandal that has roiled the company. Last year, Murdoch gave testimony to the Leveson Inquiry, a UK ...
News Corp. Changes Compliance Structures  Wall Street Journal (blog)
News Corp. unveils ethics oversight structure  MarketWatch
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Church of England Sells News Corp. Stake Over Hacking
The church, which began buying shares in News Corp. in 2005, said it had raised its concerns with the company last year after the scandal intensified, with reports that journalists at The News of the World had hacked the mobile phone of a murdered ...
News Corp shares sold by Church of England  BBC News
Church of England pulls News Corp investment over phone hacking scandal  Telegraph.co.uk
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News Corp. PR Veteran Jack Horner Jumps to Warner Bros. (Exclusive)
Jack Horner, a veteran corporate communications executive for News Corp., is jumping to Warner Bros., sources tell The Hollywood Reporter.
Warner Bros Motion Picture Group Finalizing Newly Created PR Job For News ...  Deadline.com
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News Corp.'s IGN Head Roy Bahat Leaves
Roy Bahat, who heads up News Corp.'s IGN Web unit, is leaving the company. Bahat had spent more than a year trying to engineer a spinoff of the business, which publishes Web sites that cater to dudes who like video games and other stuff dudes like.
IGN President Stepping Down  Adweek
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Think Again: News Corp. Hacking Scandal Still Hiding in Plain Sight
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. is still battling to keep secret a series of what Bloomberg News terms �new claims being made by victims of phone hacking at its News of the World tabloid in preparation for a group trial scheduled for February.
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Kerry Stokes' Seven Group Could Halt News Corp. Advance on Foxtel
SYDNEY - Kerry Stokes' Seven Group Holdings could spoil News Corp.'s ambitions to build its stake in pay TV platform Foxtel to 50 percent.
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