Tech website AllThingsD will part ways with News Corp.’s Dow Jones & Co. by the end of 2013. Dow Jones confirmed the separation and released a statement from Gerard Baker, editor-in-chief of Dow…
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News Corp. will rename its entertainment operations 21st Century Fox after the conglom spins off its publishing assets later this year. The moniker replaces the previously proposed name Fox Group…
Chairman-CEO Rupert Murdoch is giving his publishing biz a nice send off with $2.6 billion in cash in its coffers and no debt as it prepares for life as a standalone public company. Investors have…
The 'Ahas!' were audible Wednesday as News Corp. COO Chase Carey admitted what he called "the world's worst-kept secret": Fox's plan to launch a national sports network to compete with ESPN.
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News Corp. has brought in an outsider to lead Wall Street Journal parent Dow Jones and Co., appointing Bloomberg alum Lex Fenwick chief executive officer.
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Some years ago I had a depressing lunch with Lew Wasserman shortly after he sold control of his MCA Universal empire to a Japanese consortium.
Lawrence "Lon" Jacobs, News Corp.'s top lawyer and a key adviser to chairman Rupert Murdoch, is resigning to pursue new opportunities, the company said Wednesday.
Retirement? What retirement?