Fox Sky takeover not in the public interest because the public aren’t interested

Fox Sky takeover not in the public interest because the public aren’t interested

  The proposed 21st Century Fox £11.7 billion takeover of Sky is not in the public interest because members of the public are generally not interested according to the UK Competition and Markets Authority.   Officials claim that the average man or woman on the street has enough to be getting on with in their…

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Disney acquisition of Fox could result in some really f*cked up new films

Disney acquisition of Fox could result in some really f*cked up new films

  Walt Disney has struck a $50bn-plus deal with Rupert Murdoch’s 21st Century Fox that some experts say could result in some of the most f*cked up films ever made.   The deal will bring together the film studio behind hits such as Avatar, X-Men and Ice Age together with Disney’s film assets such as…

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Govt. says Rupert Murdoch should stick to deciding general election results

Govt. says Rupert Murdoch should stick to deciding general election results

  Culture Secretary Karen Bradley has said that Rupert Murdoch should stick to deciding the UK’s general election results rather than trying to become all rich and powerful by taking over Sky.   Mr Murdoch already owns 39% of the satellite broadcaster but it is feared that a full takeover may result in the media…

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News Corps oversees the demise of Myspace

News Corps oversees the demise of Myspace

  Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation acquired Myspace in July 2005 for $580 million. Myspace was the largest social networking site in the world at the time and by June 2006 it had overtaken Google as the most visited website in the United States. At its peak in 2007, Myspace was valued at $12 billion but…

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