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Forbes  Nov 20  Comment 
Monday began 20th Century Fox's Oscar campaign for last summer's smash hit The Fault in Our Stars. The $12 million-budgeted cancer-stricken romantic drama was a "surprise" hit last year, opening to $48m over its debut weekend and grossing $304m...
The Australian  Nov 20  Comment 
US investment firm Southeastern Asset Management has begun selling down its stake in News Corporation.
Forbes  Nov 18  Comment 
20th Century Fox unveiled seven character posters for next month's Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb yesterday, and for those who just came for the posters they will be after the page break/jump. Six of the seven of the posters, which of...
Financial Times  Nov 17  Comment 
Dual-class voting structure is key to family control at News Corp
newratings.com  Nov 14  Comment 
NEW YORK CITY (dpa-AFX) - News Corp announced today that it has successfully completed its acquisition of Move, Inc. Move is a provider of online real estate services and operates a network of sites, including realtor.com, the official website...
CNNMoney.com  Nov 14  Comment 
On Friday, "Fox & Friends" co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck returned to the morning show after being absent from her spot on the couch since last month.
Clusterstock  Nov 14  Comment 
Christian Fox, an instructor at CrossFit South Brooklyn, explains the techniques involved in this strength and conditioning workout that has crossed over into the mainstream. Produced by Alana Kakoyiannis Join the conversation about this story »




 

News Corporation (NYSE:NWS) is a diversified broadcast and print media company whose subsidiaries include the Fox Broadcasting Company, Twentieth Century Fox, MySpace, SKY Italia, Dow Jones & Company, The Wall Street Journal and Barron's.

News Corp receives over a third of its revenues from advertising and, therefore, stands to lose significantly from a reduction in overall advertising spending, which is highly correlated with economic booms and recessions.[1] The company also receives nearly half of its revenues from outside the United States and this international exposure shielded the company from the full effects of the credit crunch and financial crisis.[2] Along with a host of smaller competitors, News Corp competes with a number of large media conglomerates like Time Warner, The Walt Disney Company, CBS and Viacom.

After the company acquired popular social network MySpace in 2005, MySpace lost its top ranking in social networking sites to Facebook. In March 2010, a rumor began circulating that MySpace's struggles have News Corp frantically trying to sell the site for approximately $700 million.[3]

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