News Corp. Settles Lawsuit Over Hacking, Shine Acquisition for $139M 4 weeks ago
News Corporation has settled the class-action lawsuit filed against the company on behalf of its shareholders, agreeing to a $139 million...
By Tim Kenneally
Walter Isaacson's biography says Jobs planned to bring Stewart into disagreement with Rupert Murdoch
"SNL" cast play other media executives remembering Jobs on "Charlie Rose"
Excluding family members, a majority of shareholders opposed the re-election of James and Lachlan Murdoch
The one-time chief of News Corp.'s British papers says he was unaware of the extent of phone hacking
The media baron faces tough questions about phone hacking scandal -- vote results due later Friday
Occupy Wall Street converged early Friday on the Fox lot for the annual shareholders meeting
A New York Times story published Wednesday raises questions about who will succeed Rupert Murdoch as News Corp.'s CEO
The decision to cancel came about gradually, as the bids became more complicated and Hulu continued to drive growth
The Guardian reports that one of Rupert Murdoch's key deputies, Andrew Langhoff, has resigned amid accusations that the Journal was buying copies of its own paper
The protesters have left their enclave in lower Manhattan to stop by the homes of some of New York's wealthiest individuals
The former Dow Jones CEO and Wall Street Journal Publisher will appear via video link Oct. 24
Ailes appeared alongside News Corp. Chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch on Fox News' "Fox & Friends" Monday morning
Says the investor and financier: “He and I will meet at Fortune... I’m ready tomorrow morning"
Mark Lewis, who represents the family of Milly Dowler, is teaming with U.S. lawyers to take on Rupert and James Murdoch
"30 Rock" stars says his decision not to attend had nothing to do with an excised joke Rupert Murdoch joke from his opening skit
They claim that phone hacking is the latest in a sustained pattern of failed corporate governance and illicit activity at media conglomerate
The news has been expected since two former employees have accused him of misleading Parliament
The News of the World's former editor and lawyer restate their prior claims that Murdoch knew of an e-mail that he told Parliament he did not
Compensation for many top executives rises after a strong year while the phone hacking scandal seems to have had no effect
Thomas Perkins, considered one of the more independent board members, will not return while James Breyer faces a vote to join the board in October
A UK governmental inquiry will bring both Murdochs and potentially many more figures in the scandal before a high court judge
After a report earlier this week that News International paid its former editor while he was working for the conservative party, there is now a report suggesting he is still on the payroll
Glenn Mulcaire, the private investigator responsible for much of the condemned phone hacking, is suing one of News Corp.'s British subsidiaries
Arrest raises questions about whether hacking occurred in U.S.
Ex-Journal publisher Les Hinton invited to update testimony amid new allegations that seem to undercut it
News Corp. CEO assures analysts that the phone-hacking scandal has had no material impact on the company outside News of the World
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga