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Divorce is never pretty, but perhaps it stings a little less for media mogul Rupert Murdoch's soon-to-be ex-wife, Wendi Deng, who will keep the couple's $44 million penthouse overlooking Central Park in New York.
Stocks fell back Tuesday from record levels as investors reacted to some disappointing company earnings.
Entering the education market seems like a great idea to media companies ready to leverage their trusted brands in search of growth. But at the confluence of media and education, profitability can be elusive.
News Corp. head Rupert Murdoch took to Twitter late Sunday to voice support for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's call to vote on immigration overhaul.
News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch is divorcing his wife Wendi, the company confirmed on Thursday.
News Corp. has reached a settlement with U.S. shareholders over a phone-hacking scandal that has plagued the media giant for months, leading to several arrests and the shuttering of Britain's News of the World weekly tabloid.
A U.S. senator from Connecticut has sent a letter to media mogul Rupert Murdoch asking that Fox network not broadcast Saturday night's NASCAR Sprint Cup race sponsored by the National Rifle Association.
Disney and News Corp. are "finalizing" their future plans for Hulu as the online video streaming service prepares for the departure of CEO Jason Kilar.
News Corp. said Friday that it will spin off its publishing division with $2.56 billion in cash and no debt, giving it the means to invest in digital operations and acquire businesses.