News Ord Shs Class B (NWS)
$13.31 0.07 (0.52%)
16:13 EDT NWS Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close $13.38
Market Cap 2.66B
PE Ratio -4.82
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 284,648
Day's Range 13.20 - 13.48
52-Week Range 7.88 - 15.36
Dividend & Yield 0.20 (1.50%)
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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.
News Corp has settled 17 more cases in the ongoing phone-hacking scandal that has plagued the company.
Liberty Global and John Malone are looking looks to make an acquisition of Virgin Media, which could put pressure on rival network BSkyB.
It's a closely guarded secret, but rest assured that the big names don't pay the sticker price of $3.8 million for 30 seconds.
A few newspapers are offering free tablets to digital subscribers. We break down the deal from every direction and tell you why Google comes out as the winner.
Expect Tribune properties and the Financial Times to change hands in the coming year. Will this mean upside for any stocks?
Thirty management positions are to be cut in the latest round of cost-savings at the financially struggling newspaper.
News Corp, which runs Fox News and The Wall Street Journal, is shutting down its iPad newspaper.
This media laggard is making lots of smart moves that could payoff handsomely -- especially considering that its stock is now in bargain territory.
The amount media companies are paying for broadcasting rights just keeps climbing. How much longer until consumers and shareholders feel the burn?
Some say Rupert Murdoch ordered 'The Sun' to publish pictures of Prince Harry's nude frolic as a message that the media mogul still wields power.
With the presidential election now set its time to break out the advertising, and these 5 media stocks look like election cycle winners for investors
The media giant has plenty of strengths, but also some glaring weaknesses -- most notably the Time Inc. magazines and CNN.
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