That fateful summer’s day, Rebekah Brooks was at a fertility clinic in London with her cousin, who was to be a surrogate mother for the News Corp. executive after several failed attempts to have a child.
AT&T Inc. settled a lawsuit over its refusal to carry Al Jazeera Satellite Network’s U.S. cable-news channel on its pay-television service.
Naspers Ltd., Africa’s largest company by market value, reported the slowest full-year profit growth in at least six years as the media provider invests in Chinese Internet and African TV businesses.
Sprint Corp. Chairman Masayoshi Son won’t be able to ride the regulatory coattails of pending U.S. telecommunications deals if he decides to buy T-Mobile US Inc.
Naspers Ltd., Africa’s biggest media group, said first-half earnings rose as pay-television subscriber numbers and sales generated from Internet businesses both advanced.
Mexican billionaire Emilio Azcarraga is getting a reprieve in the long-running drama that pits him against Carlos Slim, the world’s second-richest man.