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
Murdoch's chief digital officer Jon Miller is leaving News Corp. as the company splits in two
Brown replaces Jack Horner and joins News Corp. from Viacom
Rupert Murdoch says News Corp. is shaking up compliance structure in the wake of the phone-hacking scandal
The division of News Corp. into two separate entities will be a welcome development for those on the film and TV side
Tal Yguado will hunt for talent and develop new shows for the paid TV unit
Action taken over articles that linked the pop star to tax evasion
Rupert Murdoch's tablet newspaper lays off one third of its staff after 18 months of losses and insufficient subscriptions
Hulu is already available on Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and other connected devices
The new owners Tim and Chris Vanderhook talk about a pending overhaul but is it too late? And what happened to Justin Timberlake?
Led by Joel Klein, the company will partner with AT&T to provide a 4G tablet based learning experience
Rupert Murdoch has resigned from several subsidiary boards ahead of a News Corp. split of entertainment and news properties
The iPad-only newspaper may be the victim of its rumored $30 million in losses
Both the publishing business and the film and television division will be better off once they are uncoupled, analysts say, because synergies now must be more strategic
Rupert Murdoch will be chairman of both companies, Chase Carey will be president and COO of the media and entertainment company.
Murdoch's media empire will separate its lucrative broadcast and entertainment division from its publishing arm
Centerview Partners also counseling Rupert Murdoch's empire
Rupert Murdoch's media empire is weighing spinning off its less profitable publishing division
The Dow Jones & Company magazine cut 25 jobs but added six to its expanded digital team as it eliminates its print edition
Gerson Zweifach will replace Klein, who will return to his duties as CEO of News Corp.'s education division
Annual reports from Viacom, News Corp., Time Warner and others show television can drive more than 80 percent of a company's profits
Peter Hutton to become new managing director
The former head of News Corp.'s British newspapers is being charged with concealing material from the police
Revenue and profits both jump, but report includes $63 million charge related to closing of News of the World
The vote of confidence in Murdoch comes after U.K. parliamentary report declares him unfit to lead the company
We are instituting a more robust compliance structure, News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch tells his employees after scathing report from Parliament
Company says study into hacking and bribery at News of the World by British lawmakers contained "hard truths"
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