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February 7, 2013
08:27 EDTNWSA, BSYBY, VMED, LBTYANews Corp. says no change in BSkyB strategy for now, FT reports
News Corp. (NWSA) plans to “stay the course” with its 39.1% stake in British Sky Broadcasting (BSYBY) for now, though COO Chase Carey indicated that the group was still looking at the long-term case for either selling its stake or trying again to take full control, reported Financial Times. News Corp. executives predicted that Liberty Global's (LBTYA) entry into the U.K. pay-television and broadband market with its purchase of Virgin Media (VMED) would do little to change the competitive landscape, the report added. Reference Link
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July 24, 2014
10:43 EDTLBTYALiberty Global offers to sell Film1 to win Ziggo deal approval, Reuters says
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06:59 EDTBSYBYBSkyB poised to announce deal to buy Sky Italia, Sky Deutschland, FT reports
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July 23, 2014
15:31 EDTLBTYAMalone sees Time Warner bid unlikely from tech companies, WSJ reports
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July 21, 2014
07:13 EDTBSYBYFox contemplates using Sky sale to enhance Time Warner offer, Reuters says
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06:58 EDTBSYBYBskyB could buy Murdoch's Sky Italia, Sky Deutschland, Sunday Times says
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06:29 EDTBSYBYBSkyB acquires 70% stake in Love Productions
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July 17, 2014
05:49 EDTBSYBY, LBTYALiberty Global acquires 6.4% stake in ITV from BSkyB
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July 10, 2014
07:32 EDTNWSANews Corp. owned HarperCollins looks to bypass Amazon with new site, FT says
News Corp.'s (NWSA) book publishing unit, HarperCollins, relaunched its U.S. website and is now selling books directly to readers, putting it in competition with one of its largest retailers, Amazon.com (AMZN), reported Financial Times. Reference Link

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