|Bid||10.72 x 70000|
|Ask||10.77 x 70000|
|Day's range||10.44 - 10.73|
|52-week range||9.74 - 14.13|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||0.81|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward dividend & yield||0.18 (1.60%)|
|1y target est||N/A|
(Reuters) - Wall Street Journal-owner News Corp reported a surprise quarterly profit on Thursday, driven by strong growth in earnings at its book publishing and subscription video services units. Trying ...
The New York-based company said it had profit of 2 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, came to 4 cents per share. The publishing company whose flagship is The Wall Street ...
Eight years after launching an ill-fated digital newspaper for Apple’s iPad, News Corp. is making articles from its flagship newspaper, the Wall Street Journal, available on a new service called Apple News+, which debuted Monday. “It’s going to get our journalism into the hands of millions of Americans who otherwise might not be able to get access to it,” Journal Publisher William Lewis said in an interview.
The Australian arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp called for an enforced break-up of Alphabet Inc's Google Inc, acknowledging the measure would involve global coordination but calling it necessary to preserve advertising and the news media. The demand, published on Tuesday as part of a government inquiry, goes beyond the recommendations of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) which crossed swords with Google by requesting a new regulatory body to oversee global tech operators. In an 80-page submission largely centred on Google, News Corp Australia said the U.S. company had created an "ecosystem" where it could control the results of people's internet searches and then charge advertisers based on how many people viewed their advertisements.
News Corp. made the request in an 80-page filing with the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission following a preliminary report from the regulator, recommending a new or existing watchdog should investigate and monitor how large digital platforms rank and display ads and news. In the document, Murdoch’s company criticized the existing practices and power of Google-parent Alphabet Inc. and Facebook Inc., calling for more regulatory oversight. “The market power that Google and Facebook occupy makes it difficult even for sophisticated and experienced businesses like News Corp. Australia to negotiate any terms of business,” the company said in its filing.
(Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch-controlled media group News Corp topped Wall Street estimates for quarterly earnings and revenue on Thursday, driven by stronger sales at its online real estate listings unit. ...
The New York-based company said it had net income of 16 cents per share. Earnings, adjusted for one-time gains and costs, were 18 cents per share. The publishing company whose flagship is The Wall Street ...
News Corp (NWSA) first-quarter fiscal 2019 results gained from sturdy performance at the Digital Real Estate Services and Book Publishing segments as well as the consolidation of Foxtel.
(Reuters) - News Corp (NWSA.O), controlled by media mogul Rupert Murdoch, reported a 49 percent jump in quarterly profit on Wednesday, benefiting from growth in its newly acquired TV network business and ...
On a per-share basis, the New York-based company said it had profit of 17 cents. The results surpassed Wall Street expectations. The average estimate of three analysts surveyed by Zacks Investment Research ...
Steadily declining print readership poses a threat to News Corporation's (NWSA) top line in Q1. However, the company's greater emphasis on real estate services is likely to offset the above-mentioned woe.
News Corp. (NWSA) doesn't possess the right combination of the two key ingredients for a likely earnings beat in its upcoming report. Get prepared with the key expectations.
Small and large cap stocks are widely popular for a variety of reasons, however, mid-cap companies such as News Corporation (NASDAQ:NWSA), with a market cap of US$7.34b, often get neglectedRead More...
Gerson Zweifach, the lawyer who guided billionaire Rupert Murdoch and his family through the British phone-hacking scandal, will step down as general counsel of 21st Century Fox Inc. once the media company completes its $71 billion asset sale to Walt Disney Co. Zweifach, 65, has served alongside Murdoch since since 2012. “Gerson is one of the brightest legal minds in the business and has been instrumental in our growth,” Rupert and Lachlan Murdoch, the company’s executive chairmen, said in a statement.
News Corp (NWSA) has witnessed a significant price decline in the past four weeks, and is seeing negative earnings estimate revisions as well.