Telephone hacking by reporters at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World newspaper have thrown News Corp. under a harsh spotlight and scuttled the media conglomerate's $12.5 billion bid for a UK broadcaster
Walt Disney Co.’s ABC network, ranked last among the TV viewers that advertisers target, will add five comedies and seven dramas to its schedule, including a show based on the secret agency from Marvel’s “Avengers.”
It’s time to let television viewers buy individual channels rather than being required to pay for bundles of programming, and to end blackouts of sports contests in publicly financed stadiums, U.S. Senator John McCain said.
A News Corp. journalist became the sixth from its Sun tabloid charged with misconduct in a public office along with a press officer for U.K. tax officials as part of a police-led probe into wrongdoing at the company.
Asian stocks advanced, with the regional benchmark ending the week near its highest since June 2008, as the yen’s slide past 100 against the dollar buoyed exporters in the busiest week of Japan’s earnings season.
After Britain’s top-selling tabloid, The Sun, starts charging for online access in August, there may be no Page 3 Girl -- at least for subscribers who choose to opt out of the paper's daily photo of a topless woman.