The movie, scheduled to shoot next year, is based on the book "Hack Attack" by journalist Nick Davies
Media company reports just a penny per share of earnings, missing the mark by a few cents
"This initiative was one of opportunity, not necessity," Carey says
Rupert Murdoch credits "X-Men," "Rio" sequel and "Fault in Our Stars" for strong fiscal year
Rupert Murdoch explains: "Our proposal had significant strategic merit and compelling financial rationale and our approach had always been friendly. However, Time Warner management and...
"The more the big guys swallow everything, they're going to be more suppressive of diversity and creative artistry," Nader said of media consolidation
In the final episode of Hollywood Torrent, TheWrap's Lucas Shaw identifies five stories to keep an eye on over the coming months
The campaign isn't real, but there is a funny fake Kickstarter page where there are incentives like "Take Molly with Fareed Zakaria"
Jeff Bewkes and other top execs would be entitled to some pretty impressive sums of money if anyone bought the company
The company's directors change bylaws to prevent shareholders from calling special meeting to consider the bid
Media mogul cites "cross-ownership laws from another age"
"You could just repeat 'Anthony Bourdain,' 'The Sixties' and 'Forensic Files' twenty-four hours a day on a loop," he says
News Corp,'s publishing entities will begin their run as an independent company with about three times as much money as they had at the end...
The newspaper magnate may want to buy the New York Times-owned paper
The Sun, the New York Post and the New York Daily News all printed front page swimsuit photos of slain model Reeva Steenkamp
The Sunday Times published a cartoon on Sunday depicting Israel's prime minister building a wall on top of bloodied Palestinians
News Corp. publishing assets lost over $2 billion last fiscal year
The News Corp. CEO, usually known for his conservative views, suggests the U.S. follow Australia's lead on tightening gun laws
Dame Elisabeth Murdoch devoted herself to charitable causes, and sometimes questioned the tabloid journalism that enriched her family
The demise of Rupert Murdoch’s “The Daily” says as much about the unforgiving state of digital journalism as it does about the mogul's bold gamble
Robert Thomson formally announced as head of new publishing company
Longtime Rupert Murdoch lieutenant Tom Mockridge will exit after being passed over for top job at News Corp.'s publishing company
Leveson Report calls for whistleblower line for press abuses, conscience clause in journalists contracts
News Corp. may acquire more stake in the network after three years
Rupert Murdoch chided "Jewish-owned press" for not standing behind Israel
Rupert Murdoch has been speculating about the presidental election results on Twitter
From Hollywood stars like Alec Baldwin and Albert Brooks to reporters like Chris Hayes and Ryan Lizza, the Twitter accounts you need to follow
Rupert Murdoch is the subject of a vicious - but entertaining - verbal attack by Conrad Black, the Anglo-Canadian former newspaper tycoon and politician
Doug Manchester's right-hand man at the U-T San Diego says they're not interested in buying the L.A. Times, despite Manchester's comments last week
Signals are mixed about whether Rupert Murdoch wants to add the papers to his empire