Wall Street Journal Twitter Account Hacked

The Syrian Electronic Army was behind the hacking of the Wall Street Journal Twitter account that tweeted a picture calling a security expert a cockroach. More 

NWS: News Corp. Embraces Romance Novel Publisher Harlequin in $413M Deal

News Corp. is buying Canadian romance publisher Harlequin for $415 million. NWS stock sell slightly in Friday morning trading. More 

Will FB Stock Suffer the MySpace Syndrome?

Facebook looks like it may be repeating the mistakes of MySpace. So while FB stock has been soaring this year, these blunders could be a bad sign long-term. More 

TV Disrupter Aereo Expands Despite Massive Litigation

Aereo is continuing its aggressive expansion with plans to launch its service in Miami, Houston and the Dallas/Fort Worth area. More 

It Doesn’t Pay to Pile Into Hedge-Fund Favorites

Hedge funds' holdings flood the news each quarter, but reports such as the Goldman Sachs VIP List aren't necessarily a good source of actionable trade ideas. More 

News Corp to Pay Sarah Ferguson, Other Celebs Over Phone-Hacking

News Corp has settled 17 more cases in the ongoing phone-hacking scandal that has plagued the company. More 

Fox Fires Commentator Dick Morris

Cable news network Fox News is electing not to renew the contract of controversial commentator Dick Morris. More