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News Corp's BigDecisions.com nnveils 'Money Talks'

News Corp owned BigDecisions.com, India’s leading personal finance advisory platform, has announced the release of ‘Money Talks’– a first of its kind web-series on personal finance. The webisodes aim at making consumers confident about managing their finances and bring the fun back to finance by...

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News Corp officially splits

MUMBAI: News Corp formally split in two after the market closed on Friday, with existing shareholders getting one share in the new publishing entity for every four shares they hold in the media company.

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News Corp's $139 million accord over hacking approved

MUMBAI: The media company headed by Rupert Murdoch, won approval of a $139 million settlement of investor lawsuits claiming directors ignored employee misconduct, including phone-hacking.

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Roku receives $60 mn investment from institutional investor

MUMBAI: California headquartered Roku, which creates streaming software platform for delivering video, music and casual games to the TV has announced that it has received a $60 million investment that readies the company for growth around its streaming so

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News Corp to de-list from the London Stock Exchange over low volumes

MUMBAI: Media conglomerate News Corp will cancel its listing on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) due to low levels of trading volume.

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