It's the affiliate fees, stupid. No matter how many positive indicators emerged from media companies' fourth-quarter earnings reports last week, Wall Street sent a resounding signal to the sector…
Monday marked a wild ride for the major U.S. stock indexes as the markets opened with an alarming plunge, and then rallied back to pare most of those losses before sinking again in the final hour of…
News Corp. said that its revenues in its most recent quarter fell 5% to $2.08 billion, reflecting foreign currency fluctuations and continued sluggish advertising revenues as its newspapers. The…
In its first earnings report since its split from the Rupert Murdoch-controlled TV and film assets, publishing company News Corp. reported a $506 million profit in the fiscal year ended June 30 vs. a…
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…
Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. plans to move its entire London operations under a single roof for the first time. News UK, which comprises the U.K. press titles including The Sun and The Times, and the…
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.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average suffered its worst point loss ever Monday after the House of Representatives rejected a widely debated Wall Street bailout proposal.
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