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News Corp. Loss Reflects Write-Down

The Wall Street Journal – 2012-08-09

News Corp. posted a $1.55 billion loss for its fiscal fourth quarter on a multibillion-dollar write-down primarily of its publishing businesses, most significantly those in Australia.
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News Corp. for First Time Details Tabloid Bribe for Story on Child Killer

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Bonnier Corp. Buys Four Hunting Expos from Target Communications

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News Corp. profit hurt by British phone hacking scandal

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News Corp. Ignored WSJ Aberrant Circulation Data

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Ex-News Corp. executive to testify again in hacking scandal

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News Corp.-owned comedy podcast mocks Murdoch, phone-hacking scandal

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How Bad Is News Corp.?

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News Corp's UK political meetings to be published

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News Corp boss 'linked' to leak of Vince Cable's Rupert Murdoch comments

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Another top News Corp. executive, Dow Jones CEO Les Hinton, resigns

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Ailes could come out on top at News Corp. as phone-hacking damage spreads

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News Corp's Australian papers check their books for wrongful payments

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News Corp. Profit Down 24%

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James Murdoch Leaves News Corp. Publishing Unit

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Watson: News Corp was like 'shadow state'

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Rupert Murdoch denies claims that News Corp may sell UK newspapers

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News Corp 'set to split in two'

Shares in News Corporation rise 2.4% in Australia following reports that it may split its entertainment businesses from its publishing interests. | BBC – 2012-06-26

Media giant News Corp. considering breakup

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News Corp. Board Approves Split in Principle

News Corp.'s board approved a plan to split the conglomerate in two pieces, separating its lucrative entertainment operations from its publishing business, said a person familiar with the situation. | The Wall Street Journal – 2012-06-28

Book Talk: Former Peace Corp volunteer finds Africa changed

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News Corp. board backs splitting company's entertainment and publishing businesses

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News Corp. board approves split

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Barnsley: News Corp split 'could be good for HC'

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News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch details plans to split company

News Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch outlined plans to split the media conglomerate's publishing and entertainment operations into two publicly traded companies, a decision he hailed as "the next... | Los Angeles Times – 2012-06-28

Media Decoder Blog: Even if News Corp. Divides, the Murdochs' Control Is Undiluted

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The Murdoch Factor in News Corp.’s Split Personality

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News Corp launches Amplify educational unit, with help from AT&T (video)

In light of recent scandals, it's hard not to see this as a bit of image rehabilitation, but we'll do our best to take it at face value. News Corp is bringing its 18-month-old educational division to... | Engadget – 2012-07-23

News Corp restructures digital magazine

News Corp's digital tablet magazine The Daily is letting go of 50 employees, around 29 per cent of its total, as it streamlines production to focus on its most popular features. | Stuff – 2012-08-01

News Corp Registers $1.6 Billion Fourth-Quarter Loss

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp has swung to a loss partly due to the weakness of its publishing business, which includes newspapers like the Times and the Sun. The fourth quarter net loss was... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-08-08

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp Launches Anti-Corruption Review

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News Corp chief digital officer Jonathan Miller to leave company

Miller had overseen company's failed relaunch of MySpace as well as its involvement in Hulu and Roku streaming productsJonathan Miller, chief digital officer of News Corporation, is leaving the... | Guardian – 2012-08-24

Top digital exec leaves News Corp ahead of company’s split

Jon Miller, the well-respected Chief Digital Officer of News Corp, is on the way out after presiding over the company's sprawling digital properties. The move comes at a time that News Corp is... | GigaOM – 2012-08-24

News Corp. Digital Chief to Resign

News Corp. Chief Digital Officer Jon Miller will step down from his position as the company prepares to split its media and entertainment business from its publishing assets. | The Wall Street Journal – 2012-08-24

News Corp parts ways with chief digital officer Jonathan Miller

News Corporation is parting company with chief digital officer Jonathan Miller at the end of September, ahead of the separation of its publishing and entertainment business. | Media Week – 2012-08-24

Australia to Play Big Role in News Corp.'s Publishing SpinOff

In splitting News Corp. into two companies, Rupert Murdoch is creating something he hasn't had in years: an Australian media company. By some measures, the publishing company to emerge from the... | Editor & Publisher – 2012-10-17

Source says Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. has placed bid for Penguin

A source claims that News Corp., the owner of HarperCollins, has made a bid to Pearson PLC for $1.6 billion | Salon.com – 2012-10-29

News Corp. Unit Interested in Penguin Group

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. has expressed interest in buying book publisher Penguin Group, potentially undermining merger discussions between Penguin and Random House, people familiar with the... | AllThingsD – 2012-10-29

News Corp in bid for Penguin books

News Corp has approached Pearson about a possible cash offer for its Penguin books business, threatening to derail talks about an all-share merger between Penguin and Bertelsmann's Random House... | CNN – 2012-10-29

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