|November 29, 2012|
|13:21 EDT||AIG, NWSA||FOX Business achieves additional victory in Treasury lawsuit over FOIA requests|
FOX Business Network (NWSA) has achieved another victory in its lawsuit against the United States Treasury Department over documents that the Treasury improperly withheld in response to FBNís Freedom of Information Act requests, announced Kevin Magee, FBN EVP. The decision was delivered earlier this week by United States Magistrate Judge Frank Maas, who ordered the Treasury to release the documents it had withheld regarding the bailout of American International Group (AIG). The records include internal communications among Treasury officials discussing AIG bonuses, media requests, dealings with Congress, and investor relations.
News For NWSA;AIG From The Last 14 Days
|November 24, 2014|
|08:40 EDT||NWSA||Discovery, News Corp. jv to make joint bid for Ten Network, SMH reports|
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|06:17 EDT||NWSA||JetBlue announces partnerships for Fly-Fi Hub |
JetBlue (JBLU) is partnering with content providers Coursera, FOX (FOX, FOXA), HarperCollins Publishers, National Geographic, Rouxbe and Time Inc. (TIME) to offer customers more free content than any other U.S carrier in the sky. The Fly-Fi Hub is the new gateway to JetBlue's Fly-Fi offering, the fastest Wi-Fi in the sky, and went live this morning. Available to JetBlue customers via their own personal device, it will offer a wide range of entertainment options such as some of the most popular TV shows from FOX and National Geographic, ebook samples from HarperCollins, e-learning videos from Coursera and Rouxbe and the option to purchase magazines from Time Inc.'s portfolio. In the next phase of JetBlue's Fly-Fi Hub, due to roll out 1Q15, additional content from PBS, Random House and the Wall Street Journal (NWSA, NWS) will be added.
|November 20, 2014|
|10:10 EDT||NWSA||Southeastern selling down stake in News Corp., Australian says|
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|November 18, 2014|
|09:10 EDT||NWSA||Southeastern leads challenge to News Corp. voting structure, FT says|
Southeastern Asset Management, which now controls 12.7% of News Corpís voting stock, is at odds with Rupert Murdochís family over the company's dual-class share structure that gives Murdoch an outsized amount of the voting power, reported Financial Times. Reference Link
|November 17, 2014|
|15:43 EDT||NWSA||Gabelli liquidates stake in Move, Inc.|
Gabelli's most recent stake, as reported on November 3, was 8.84%. As a result of the completion of the acquisition of the company by News Corp. (NWSA), Gabelli no longer has beneficial ownership of any of its shares.
|November 14, 2014|
|17:13 EDT||AIG||Appaloosa gives quarterly update on stakes |
NEW STAKES: NXP Semiconductors (NXPI), Lorillard (LO), Alibaba (BABA), and Shire (SHPG). INCREASED STAKES: Whirlpool (WHR), Priceline (PCLN), Delta (DAL), CBS (CBS), and General Motors (GM). DECREASED STAKES: American Airlines (AAL), Disney (DIS), Apple (AAPL), MGM Resorts (MGM), and Eastman Chemical (EMN). LIQUIDATED STAKES: Expedia (EXPE), AIG (AIG), Prudential (PRU), Celanese (CE), and ASML Holding (ASML).
|16:58 EDT||AIG||Third Point gives quarterly update on stakes |
NEW STAKES: Alibaba (BABA), eBay (EBAY), Bed Bath & Beyond (BBBY), Shire (SHPG), and Parker Hannifin (PH). INCREASED STAKES: Actavis (ACT), Amgen (AMGN), EQT (EQT), Sensata (ST), Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE). DECREASED STAKES: Williams Cos (WMB), Ally Financial (ALLY), Cheniere Energy (LNG), YPF (YPF), and FedEx (FDX). LIQUIDATED STAKES: AIG (AIG), T-Mobile (TMUS), Rackspace (RAX), Hertz (HTZ), and Citrix Systems (CTXS).
|08:29 EDT||NWSA||News Corp completes acquisition of Move, Inc|
News Corp announced that it has successfully completed its acquisition of Move, Inc. Move is a provider of online real estate services and operates a network of sites, including realtor.com, the official website for the National Association of Realtors. The previously announced tender offer by a subsidiary of News Corp for all of the outstanding shares of Move common stock at a price of $21.00 per share expired as scheduled at the end of the day, 12:00 midnight, New York City time, on November 13, 2014. Excluding shares tendered by notice of guaranteed delivery, a total of approximately 34,299,586 shares were validly tendered into and not withdrawn from the tender offer, representing, together with the shares owned by News Corp and its subsidiaries, approximately 83.1% of Moveís outstanding shares. As a result, News Corp, through its subsidiary, has accepted for payment and will promptly pay for all such validly tendered shares pursuant to the terms of the tender offer. Following its acceptance of the tendered shares, News Corp completed the acquisition by causing the merger of its subsidiary with and into Move without a vote of Moveís stockholders, pursuant to Section 251(h) of the Delaware General Corporation Law. Upon completion of the merger, Move became an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of News Corp. As a result of the merger and in accordance with the terms of the merger agreement, all eligible Move shares not tendered into the tender offer were cancelled and converted into the right to receive $21.00 per share in cash, without interest and less any applicable withholding taxes, the same price per share offered in the tender offer. As a result of the acquisition, Move shares ceased to be traded on the NASDAQ Stock Market. REA Group Limited, in which News Corp owns a 61.6% interest, has entered into a definitive agreement with News Corp to acquire a 20% stake in Move. The transaction is expected to be completed on November 17.
|November 13, 2014|
|06:27 EDT||NWSA||Dow Jones to end German, Turkish services, Sunday inserts, WSJ reports|
Dow Jones, a unit of News Corp, will eliminate certain local-language news products in Germany and Turkey, The Wall Street Journal Radio Network and The Sunday Journal, leading to the reduction of 50-60 jobs, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing a source familiar with the matter. In a staff memo, Dow Jones CEO William Lewis explained that "It will come as no surprise that in order to do even more, we must do fewer things that are not core to our business so that we can move faster in pursuit of our goals." Reference Link