Newsweek will end its print publication after 80 years and shift to an all-digital format in early 2013.
Facebook says it now has more than 1 billion people logging in each month. It's a rapid growth for a service that began in a Harvard dorm room less than nine years ago.
Rebekah Brooks, the former chief of News Corp.'s British newspapers, and Andy Coulson, the ex-communications chief for Prime Minister David Cameron, will face trial next September over allegations linked to phone hacking.
British Prime Minister David Cameron's booking on "The Late Show With David Letterman" has ignited a media debate in London.
Attorneys for News Corp. asked a Delaware judge on Wednesday to dismiss a shareholder lawsuit alleging that company directors allowed a damaging cover-up of the phone hacking scandal in Britain.
News Corp. says that Tom Rothman, the co-chairman and co-CEO of its Fox movie and TV studio, will step down at the end of the year.
News Corp. is naming Paul Cheesbrough as its chief technology officer.
Jonathan Miller, chief digital officer of News Corp., is leaving the company at the end of September as he seeks a more hands-on role with a standalone firm.
This week, Facebook launched a new app for iPhones and iPads, while the federal government clears the company's deal to buy Instagram. Here are some key developments in the eight years since Facebook Inc.'s creation: