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  • News Corp mulls senior US post for former editor Rebekah Brooks [October 23 2014 03:07 PM]
  • News Corp mulls senior US post for former editor Rebekah Brooks   The Guardian - 10 hours ago Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation is considering a return to the payroll for Rebekah Brooks, the former editor of the Sun and the News of the World, with a senior job in New York. Rebekah Brooks in New York, to work out her 'professional future' - Capital New York  Read more about this News (NWSA) news
  • Why News Corp. (NWSA) Stock Is Gaining Today [October 21 2014 07:03 AM]
  • Why News Corp. (NWSA) Stock Is Gaining Today   TheStreet.com - Oct 21, 2014 "We rate NEWS CORP (NWSA) a HOLD. The primary factors that have impacted our rating are mixed - some indicating strength, some showing weaknesses, with little evidence to justify the expectation of either a positive or negative performance for this ... UPDATE: Macquarie Upgrades News Corp - Benzinga  News... Read more about this News (NWSA) news


  • Clive Palmer drops defamation action against News Corp Australia [October 14 2014 10:56 PM]
  • Clive Palmer drops defamation action against News Corp Australia   The Guardian - Oct 15, 2014 Palmer had repeatedly accused the News Corp publication of running a baseless campaign against him over his business dealings and a separate legal dispute with the Chinese state-owned company Citic Pacific. Palmer confirmed the Australian was not ... Read more about this News (NWSA) news


  • News Corp's Acquisition Of Move Inc. Will Diversify Its Digital Real Estate Assets [October 9 2014 05:33 AM]
  • News Corp's Acquisition Of Move Inc. Will Diversify Its Digital Real Estate Assets   Forbes - Oct 9, 2014 News Corporation's digital real estate business has been trending well over the past few years. The company recently agreed to acquire Move Inc. for $950 million. Read more about this News (NWSA) news
  • In rouble crisis, Putin gets a helping hand from state TV [October 17 2014 08:15 AM]
  • [Reuters] - * Coverage of crisis mirrors views of authorities MOSCOW, Oct 17 (Reuters) - As the head of Russia's biggest state bank and a favourite of President Vladimir Putin, German Gref has long been a loyal supporter of state economic policy. The outburst brought a stinging rebuke from a state television presenter, who portrayed him as a fifth columnist whose remarks could help an alleged U.S.... Read more about this News (NWSA) news

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