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News Corp. to Buy Move Inc. for $950 million

News Corp. to Buy Move Inc. for $950 million

House hunting websites are making big news.

On Tuesday News Corp. announced that it is going ahead with a $950-million agreement to acquire Move Inc. This is the third-largest online real estate listing company in the country. It attracted 26 million aspiring home buyers in the previous month.

European Commission to Investigate E-Book Publishing

European Commission to Investigate E-Book Publishing

It has been informed by the European Commission that it has issued an investigation over the e-book publishing of Apple Inc and units of News Corp, CBS Corp, Pearson Plc and Lagardere SCA.

Dollar 18 Billion Asked Of the News Corp for Sky

Dollar 18 Billion Asked Of the News Corp for Sky

It has been mentioned in a statement by a top five investor, that the News Corporation should be entitled to pay a sum of $18 billion for the attainment of the rights of Sky.

Reuters Claims To Know A Man Witnessing iPad 2

Reuter Claims To Know A Man Witnessing iPad 2

News has surfaced that somebody has seen iPad 2 today morning at The Daily launch in New York City. As such there is no physical evidence, but it is believed to be of same look as the one, which has been hovering around as rumor for six months.

MySpace to Have a New Owner

MySpace to Have a New Owner

News Corp. has now made it official that they now plan to MySpace. COO Chase Carey has asserted that he thinks that it was perhaps the right time to sell it and give this social network a new owner.

Net Income of News Corp had doubled steered by its Cable Networks

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Combining with other media companies for obtaining the benefits of a rebounding advertising market, the News Corporation said Wednesday that it had more than two folded its net income in the quarter that ended Dec. 31.

News Corp unveils the first tablets-specific newspaper – The Daily

News Corp unveils the first tablets-specific newspaper – The Daily

The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York Wednesday witnessed the official unveiling of News Corp's new tablets-specific newspaper - `The Daily' - by the company's chairman Rupert Murdoch. The launch event of `The Daily' was attended by reporters, media executives, employees and advertising partners

News Corp and Apple delay launch of iPad-specific publication - ‘The Daily’

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With News Corp and Apple still working out some kinks in the iPad's subscription platform for a dedicated newspaper, the launch of the media conglomerate's iPad-specific publication - `The Daily' - has been delayed, according to the information shared by unnamed `inside' sources familiar with the proceedings.

News Corp assessing strategic options for MySpace including sale or spin-off

News Corp assessing strategic options for MySpace including sale or spin-off

At a companywide meeting on Wednesday, MySpace CEO Mike Jones announced that the social network's parent-company, News Corp, was exploring strategic options - including a spin-off or a sale - for the site.

BSkyB Deal: Poll confirms Public demand for independent investigation

BSkyB Deal: Poll confirms Public demand for independent investigation

An opinion poll has revealed that the public is demanding an independent inquiry into the proposed takeover of BSkyB by media firm called News Corporation, run by tycoon Rupert Murdoch.

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