Disney Signs Deal With BSkyB to Launch Film Channel in U.K. (Report) 13 weeks ago
Disney struck a deal with BSkyB, the U.K.'s biggest pay-television company, to launch a pay-TV channel on its platform that will show...
By Alexander C. Kaufman
James Murdoch's exit means death by a thousand cuts to the prospect of his succeeding Rupert Murdoch at News Corp.
Murdoch will resign Tuesday and will replaced by Deputy Chairman Nicholas Ferguson
News Corp.'s massive stake in the company made the vote perfunctory, but almost a third of independent shareholders opposed Murdoch's re-election
Parliament to rule he was "ill-informed" but not "mendacious," according to the Guardian
Court rules that European Union freedoms trump broadcast deals made by the Premier League with BSkyB and ESPN; ramifications beyond sports are questionable, however
The board of directors will meet Tuesday before announcing fiscal results Wednesday and the scandal is bound to be discussed
Murdoch has the backing of key board members headed into a meeting later this week
Former News of the World editor says, "This time my resignation has been accepted"
Statement: "It has become clear that it is too difficult to progress in this climate"
House of Commons will vote on whether "it is in the public interest for Rupert Murdoch and News Corporation to withdraw their bid for BSkyB"
Culture minister refers deal to the Competition Commission, says it won't happen until next year (if ever)
By shutting down the British tabloid, the company may have rescued a deal for BSkyB, but the taint could spread
Critics say Murdoch would still retain influence over public company
News Corp tells British government it could cut news channel loose for regulatory nod on controversial deal
Commission vows support, but business secretary reportedly vows fight
As the rain starts up again, Redford gets a lengthy ovation for J.C. Chandor's wordless lost-at-sea drama