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News Corp. Board Approves Separation Of Businesses; OK's $500M Share Buyback
May 24, 2013 - News Corporation and the new News Corporation today announced that the separation of News Corporation into two distinct publicly traded companies, 21st Century Fox and the new News Corporation, has been formally approved by the Company's Board of Directors.
Fri May 24, 2013
The Washington Post
"The results are in," the network continued, explaining Darnell would pack his bags when his current contract expires at the end of June, ending of one of most colorful broadcast network runs.
Reality TV pioneer Mike Darnell leaves FOX: 'It has truly been an amazing ride'
In one month, FOX is losing their reality TV trailblazer. President of Alternative Programming Mike Darnell, who has been with the company for 18 years overseeing such series as "American Idol" and "So You Think You Can Dance," is packing his bags.
News Corp approves split into two firms
NEWS Corp says its board approved the breakup of the media-entertainment conglomerate headed by Rupert Murdoch into two separate companies, to be effective on June 28.
News Corp's publishing business to initiate stock buyback
News Corp set the distribution ratios for the spinoff of its publishing business and said the spinoff may start buying back stock right away.
Thu May 23, 2013
Image: Media mogul Rupert Murdoch (of FOX fame) bought this nearly $30 million Bel Air home.
Rupert Murdoch has given mixed signals about wanting to own the Los Angeles Times, but he's made it clear how he feels about his latest real estate purchase.
Bloomberg's 'Spygate' Marks Murdoch's Latest Salvo
It's been 13 days since The New York Post's Mark DeCambre broke the news that Bloomberg reporters were using proprietary information from the company's terminals to write about investment bankers, including those at Goldman Sachs In a media feeding frenzy fueled in part by Schadenfreude, the Post has beat a steady drum.
Wed May 15, 2013
Rupert Murdoch Buys Bel Air Vineyard And Tweets About It
Rupert Murdoch isn't shy about wanting to own the Los Angeles Times. He also isn't shy about his latest real estate purchase.
Tue May 14, 2013
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02 switchers ditch rival sky ; your money EXCLUSIVE [Mirror (UK)]
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) SKY has suffered a backlash from 02 customers angry at its Rupert Murdoch links.
Mon May 13, 2013
Rupert Murdoch buys Bel-Air vineyard and estate
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch announced via Twitter on Friday that he has bought the Moraga estate on the Bel-Air ridge that faces across the 405 freeway at the Getty Center.
Fri May 10, 2013
Rupert Murdoch Confirms Plans to Purchase Bel-Air Vineyard
"About to celebrate buying beautiful small vineyard right in LA. Great wine, Moraga, owned by great Angelino, Tom Jones .
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Rupert Murdoch: JPMorgan Would Be 'Up a Creek' Without Jamie Dimon
JPMorgan would be up a creek without Jamie Dimon as Chairman. One of the smartest, toughest guys around.
Thu May 09, 2013
New Canaan News-Review
News Corp.'s Carey told New Canaan audience: 'local, local, local'
Chase Carey of New Canaan, president and chief operating officer of News Corporation, gave a talk before the hometown audience on Sunday, May 5, at the New Canaan Public Library.
Morning Media Newsfeed: Daily News Layoffs | News Corp. Soars | AOL Revenue Up
Pink Slips For A Dozen-Plus Daily News Staffers The New York Daily News is now undergoing what employees of the tabloid have been fearing for weeks: Multiple insiders tell Capital that layoffs hit the newsroom Wednesday.
Broadcasting & Cable
News Corp. Earnings Jump in Third Quarter
News Corp. reported sharply higher earnings, with strong showings by its cable and TV businesses.
Wed May 08, 2013
Rupert Murdoch papers in talks on 'Baby Shard' move
Times, Sunday Times and Sun could move from long-term Wapping base to London Bridge when lease expires in 2015 Rupert Murdoch's UK papers are in talks to move to a site next to the Shard in London Bridge.
Rupert Murdoch must step down as News Corporation chair - shareholders
A resolution has been filed by News Corp shareholders in the US, UK and Canada calling for Rupert Murdoch to step down.
News Corp results beat estimates, spin-off on track
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp reported quarterly earnings that beat Wall Street expectations, aided by growth at its cable networks, and said it is on track to split off its slow-growing publishing business by the end of June.
Aussie papers still weighing on News
News Corporation's Australian newspapers continue to weigh on earnings while the company's planned split into entertainment and publishing segments is on target to be completed by the end of June.
News Corp. Beats Estimates, Shares Rise After Close
News Corp. reported adjusted earnings per share of 36 cents for the quarter ended in March, beating an average estimate of 35 cents in a Bloomberg survey of 19 analysts.