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Time Warner, which owns CNN, HBO, and Warner Bros., claimed that the long-term growth initiatives that it intended to take were far more valuable than what Murdoch could possibly offer. The NYC-based company went through Fox's accounts, and the
But Devine reveals the unsung' heroes who have seen the ETS to the grave to be a core Group of Eight who, the night the carbon tax was repealed: gathered for a quiet celebration, the culmination of a seven-year campaign. With the tax gone, the G8
Time Warner's board just changed the company's bylaws to prevent a small group of shareholders from forcing a vote on Fox's offer for the company. The new amendment, which is effective immediately, removed a standard provision that allows 15% of the
What Time Warner has said publicly is that it plans to continue to operate as an independent company, telling shareholders that it will be more profitable that way. The company also blasted the $85-per-share offer as being too low. Time Warner also
In last week's exchanges in the House of Commons, Ed Miliband made little impact on David Cameron over the decision to hire Andy Coulson in 2007 as his media chief. Cameron leaned heavily on Lord Justice Leveson's version of events, which effectively
Rebekah Brooks and her husband Charlie speaking outside the six-storey Georgian townhouse they rented during the trial. Photograph: Rob Stothard/Getty Images A little after 12.30pm on Tuesday, Rebekah Brooks walked out of the Old Bailey, fought
The jury in the seven-month trial of two ex-Rupert Murdoch editors, one the media mogul's head of British newspapers and the other a close aide to the prime minister, is expected to retire to consider its verdict this week.
FIFA, the governing body of world football, as well as the Gulf State of Qatar are bracing themselves for further allegations in the British media regarding the 2022 World Cup. Broadsheet newspaper, the Sunday Times, devoted a
Shares in Iris Murdoch are in freefall ' Photograph: Jane Bown for the Observer Towards the end of his long and industrious career, the literary jack-of-all trades Beverley Nichols (1898-1983) sat down to ponder the enticing topic of his reputation.
The contract raised eyebrows recently in the teachers union because of the people associated with the company: Amplify is owned by billionaire Murdoch's News Corp. and run by former New York Schools Chancellor Klein. The pair, and the Amplify venture