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New York Magazine
Bloomberg Is Apparently Rethinking Its News DivisionAmid the flap over a China story it killed.
The recent unpleasantness at Bloomberg News, where a story about a Chinese tycoon was held apparently for political reasons and then the reporter who wrote it was suspended and later left the company , speaks to a greater tension between the company's news division and its business operations the New York Times reported .
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Freelance writers file proposed U.S. settlement wi...
Freelance writers seeking compensation from publishers for the reprinting of their work in online databases without permission asked a court on Friday to approve a revised settlement that would remove a cap on the compensation they could receive.
Wall Street Journal
NBCUniversal Close to Stake in Mossberg, Swisher Company
NBCUniversal is close to a deal to take a minority stake in a company being started by technology journalists Walt Mossberg and Kara Swisher, say people familiar with the situation.
Christie: Move to Jersey
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, right, is interviewed by Gerard Baker, editor in chief of Dow Jones and managing editor of the Wall Street Journal , at the Wall Street Journal CEO Council in Washington, D.C., on Nov. 18, 2013 New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took a shot at his neighbors across the Hudson on Monday in an a speech to the Wall ... (more)
Stocks to Watch: News Corp, Sotheby's, Rackspace are stocks to watch
Among the shares expected to see active trade in Tuesday's session are those of News Corp, Sotheby's, Rackspace Hosting Inc. and D.R. Horton Inc. reported it swung to fiscal-first-quarter earnings of $27 million, or 5 cents a share, from a loss of $92 million, or 16 cents a share, a year ago.
After Hours: News Corp shares slide after quarterly results
News Corp shares declined in the extended session Monday after the media company's quarterly results came in below Wall Street estimates.
The moon is waxing. The morning stars are Jupiter, Mars, Mercury and Saturn. The evening stars are Neptune, Uranus and Venus.