Forbes  7 hrs ago  Comment 
Fox has debuted a new teaser for The X-Files, but is this marketing method the right one for the return of the sci-fi classic?
Financial Times  Jul 23  Comment 
Disney, NBCUniversal, Paramount, Sony, Twentieth Century Fox and Warner said to breach antitrust rules
New York Times  Jul 21  Comment 
The earlier forum, which will be held the same day, was added as something of a consolation prize for the lowest-polling candidates in the field, not among the top 10, who don’t make the main debate.
Yahoo  Jul 20  Comment 
There is a better than 50 percent chance that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates in September, a top Fed official told the Fox Business network on Monday. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard ...
TheStreet.com  Jul 17  Comment 
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Twenty-First Century Fox  is poised to spike up to 25% on increasingly large fees from network affiliates across the country, Bernstein media analyst Todd Juenger said in an investor note on Friday. "While we are...
Forbes  Jul 16  Comment 
Here is the complete list of 2015 Emmy nominees. For the winners, tune in to the 67th Primetime Emmy Awards, which will be hosted by Andy Samberg and air on Fox on September 20.
newratings.com  Jul 16  Comment 
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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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