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News Corp boss lashes NYT ‘hatchet job’, ignoring his own papers’ scandals

News Corp boss lashes NYT ‘hatchet job’, ignoring his own papers’ scandals

News Corp CEO Robert Thomson attacked the New York Times and social media platforms in making the annual Keith Murdoch oration in Melbourne on Tuesday night.

Why News Corp will fight Labor’s push for public CEO pay ratios

Why News Corp will fight Labor’s push for public CEO pay ratios

As Labor introduces the concept of CEO pay ratios to Australia, it's worth keeping an eye on the News Corp papers.

News Corp head honcho kvetches about media monopolies. Yes, really.

News Corp head honcho kvetches about media monopolies. Yes, really.

Robert Thomson is very cross about Google's monopoly. That is the same Robert Thomson who heads News Corp.

Media briefs: News goes real estate … bad news for Foxtel … please clap …

Media briefs: News goes real estate … bad news for Foxtel … please clap …

News and information at News Corp? Nah, let's talk about real estate. And other media tidbits of the day.

Foxtel scoffs humble (meat) pie to save its bacon

Foxtel scoffs humble (meat) pie to save its bacon

Whoopsies, turns out Foxtel does want the NRL after all

News Corp CEO thinks you should wait patiently for <em>Game of Thrones</em>

News Corp CEO thinks you should wait patiently for Game of Thrones

News Corp CEO Robert Thomson explains why he supports Essendon, points to good news in the Herald Sun and says you can wait 24 damn hours for your fix of Westeros.

Media briefs: Sharp v Armytage … Betting on sponsorship … Dark forces …

Media briefs: Sharp v Armytage … Betting on sponsorship … Dark forces …

Sunrise host Samantha Armytage has hit back at a piece she says tries to fat-shame her. And other media tidbits of the day.

Books, real estate push (new) News Corp earnings higher

Books, real estate push (new) News Corp earnings higher

Is News Corp still raking in the cash? New figures show the rivers of (diversified) gold are drying up.

Who’s making money on Australian media? The CEO salary survey

Who’s making money on Australian media? The CEO salary survey

Who is the best-paid media CEO in the land? And when you compare it to the size and performance of the operations, do they really earn it? Crikey investigates.

Looking hard for the so-called ‘Murdochian momentum’

Looking hard for the so-called ‘Murdochian momentum’

Rupert Murdoch tried to convince Sydney investors yesterday not to dump their stock in the new News Corp. But with falling revenues and high costs, buying into the print assets is probably not a smart business move.