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“Corp is going to end soon, and with that a steady spigot of cash will be turned off for a service that is struggling to grow revenues.”
“My take was simple: News Corp is counting on the equivalent of three Internet free agents to [...]”
“News Corp is counting on the equivalent of three Internet free agents to replace Chris DeWolfe and Tom Anderson and revive MySpace, the big but not so bountiful social network.”
“Vanguard Short-Term Corp Bond Index ETF topped the list at midday for Buying on Weakness , which tracks stocks that fell in price but had the largest inflow of money.”
“And no doubt that News Corp is moving on all the fronts.”
“Even if the candidate isn't so great, default to Republi-Corp is a really, really bad idea.”
“What Republi-Corp is attempting is NOT "the best government money can buy.”
“Customers looking for the National League Championship Series, or the latest episode of "Glee" will instead find this message from Cablevision, contending that News Corp is being unreasonable.”
“Murdoch, a non-executive director of News Corp, is talking with Packer to take half the shares he bought in the company, a person familiar with the matter said last week.”
“News Corp is expected to formally notify the European Commission about its intention to bid for Sky in the next fortnight.”
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