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  • Books to give as gifts

    Books to give as gifts
    As your relatives get older, it can get increasingly difficult to find them great gifts. We've created a number of scenarios for giving the best books for each of your adult family members. -------------------- This piece first ran in Printers Row...
  • Hacking Trial: Journalist Alleges 'Conspiracy' Existed at Murdoch-Owned Tabloid

    LONDON -- Dan Evans, a former journalist at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World newspaper, alleged in court Wednesday that knowledge of phone-hacking was widespread at the tabloid, and that a "very wide conspiracy" existed. Evans was speaking as a...
  • Guggenheim Digital CEO Ross Levinsohn: All Tech, No Action

    A year ago, financial services giant Guggenheim Partners trumpeted an ambitious new strategy, with visions of creating a powerhouse in the digital media and entertainment space. The firm, which claims to have more than $190 billion in assets under its...
  • CNN's Jeff Zucker Fires Back at Fox News' Roger Ailes

    CNN chief Jeff Zucker fired back at Fox News Channel CEO Roger Ailes on Friday, saying his understanding is that an upcoming Ailes biography "confirms what we've known along, which is the Republican Party is being run out of News Corp. headquarters,...
  • Fox stock may no longer trade in Murdoch's native Australia

    Fox stock may no longer trade in Murdoch's native Australia
    Nearly a decade after Rupert Murdoch moved his company's corporate headquarters to New York from his native Australia, his television and film company is moving to withdraw almost completely from Australia. 21st Century Fox announced late Wednesday that...
  • Rupert Murdoch, Wendi Murdoch Close to Divorce Settlement

    Rupert Murdoch and Wendi Deng Murdoch are close to a settlement agreement that will end their 14-year marriage. The New York Times reported Tuesday that the Murdochs are near an agreement that may be finalized at a hearing Wednesday morning in New York...
  • Big Media Hopes To Kill The Ad-Zapping DVR With Video On Demand

    When veteran tech executive Scott Maddux brought a digital video recorder into his home in 1999, the machine radically changed his boob-tube habits. At last, he could save shows to watch later and skip programs he wasn't ready to see. "I lived and...
  • James Murdoch Re-Appointed to BSkyB Board

    LONDON -- Shareholders of U.K. pay TV operator BSkyB have voted to reappoint James Murdoch as a board director at the company's annual general meeting today in Edinburgh, Scotland. James Murdoch is 21st Century Fox's deputy chief operating officer, as...
  • Rupert Murdoch, Wendi Murdoch announce divorce settlement

    NEW YORK -- Rupert Murdoch and his third wife, Wendi Deng Murdoch, have reached a settlement in their pending divorce -- and sealed it with a kiss. At a hearing Wednesday morning in New York state court in Manhattan, the couple told a judge they...
  • Ray Schonbak, VP-General Manager of Fox Affil KSWB San Diego, Dies at 70

    Ray Schonbak, a broadcast television professional who most recently served as VP-general manager of KSWB TV, the Tribune-owned Fox affiliate in San Diego, died Wednesday of cancer at his home in Rancho Santa Fe, Calif. He was 70. Schonbak joined KSWB...
  • Chernin Group Takes Majority Stake in Anime Website Crunchyroll

    The Chernin Group, the media company headed by former News Corp. exec Peter Chernin, announced Monday it has acquired a majority stake in anime video-streaming site Crunchyroll -- which TCG will use as an anchor to expand into different genres. Financial...
  • Epic Fail: The Rise and Fall of Demand Media

    Take note, Twitter: Not every tech company has a happy ending after a ballyhooed IPO. Just look at Demand Media, the Santa Monica, Calif.-based firm some thought would revolutionize content production. Not long after the company went public in January...