- Liberty Acquires Voting Stake in News Corp. Higgins, John M. // Broadcasting & Cable;1/26/2004, Vol. 134 Issue 4, p12
Reports on the acquisition of some of the voting stock of News Corp. by Liberty Media in January 2004. Percentage of the stake acquired; Amount invested by Liberty Media on the deal; Speculation on the move.
- Higher churn, lower subs deflate BSkyB gains in Q1. Ray Bennett, Ray; Williams, Chad // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;11/8/2005, Vol. 391 Issue 37, p90
The article reports that shares in British Sky Broadcasting Group PLC slumped 7% in early trading late last week on lower-than-expected first-quarter subscriber numbers and higher-than-predicted churn. The results came on Friday as News Corp.'s CEO and BSkyB chairman Rupert Murdoch told the...
- News Corp deepens the value-stock wipeout. Rennie, Philip // BRW;02/25/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 7, p42
Focuses on the performance of the stocks of News Corp. Increase of price of media and technology shares; Slump of value stocks; Strategies of Australian investors.
- A down (under) day for News Corp. // Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;04/18/2000, Vol. 362 Issue 34, p67
Reports on the drop in the share prices of News Corp. in Australia on April 17, 2000. Impact of stock market losses in the United States.
- INDUSTRY STOCKS. // Multichannel News;4/21/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 16, p38
The article presents the statistical information related to stocks of the broadcasting industry of the U.S. for the year 2003. The plans of News Corp. to buy control of Hughes Electronics Corp. on April 10 has affected the shares in Fox Entertainment. In the market cable stocks have performed...
- MARKET AWAITS BREAKING NEWS. // BRW;2/7/2013, Vol. 35 Issue 3, p9
The author assesses the implications for the newspaper businesses and the entertainment businesses of News Corp. and its founder, Australian-born entrepreneur Rupert Murdoch, of the rise in the company's stock even after news of the company's involvement with a phone hacking scandal came out.
- A sting for Rupert's fans. Rennie, Philip // BRW;10/21/2004, Vol. 26 Issue 41, p77
Analyzes the course of action taken by a shareholder of News Corp. which decided on a change of domicile from Australia to the United States. Swapping for U.S. shares; Subjection to capital gains tax; Decision of the shareholder to sell his shares in anger; Receipt of a huge, tax-free profit;...
- NEWS CORP.'S REMARKABLE STOCK RUN. bond, Paul // Hollywood Reporter;6/21/2013, Issue 22, p44
The article outlines the performance of publishing and entertainment company News Corp.'s stocks from 1988 to 2013 at the highest price per share of $33.65.
- Less News is good news. Murrill, Maureen // BRW;11/17/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 45, p224
Focuses on the shareholder returns performance of mutual funds in Australia as of November 17, 2000. Schroders Superannuation's reluctance to invest in News Corp.; Background on News Corp.'s stock market performance.