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March 25, 2013
06:49 EDTNWSANews Corp. bid on Los Angeles Times up in the air, NY Times reports
News Corp. (NWSA) CEO Rupert Murdoch wants to buy The Los Angeles Times, an unnamed source close to Murdoch told The New York Times. But the FCC has delayed a vote on revising a rule which currently blocks the company from buying the newspaper, The Times noted. Furthermore, another source said that Murdoch thinks the regulatory hurdles make the deal more trouble than it's worth, the newspaper stated. Reference Link
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March 20, 2015
06:28 EDTNWSAReuters' news sites 'inaccessible' in China, Reuters reports
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March 19, 2015
05:24 EDTNWSANews Corp builds investment plan in APN News to 14.99% stake
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March 16, 2015
15:13 EDTNWSANews Corp. management to meet with Jefferies
Meeting to be held in Boston on March 20 hosted by Jefferies.
10:44 EDTNWSANetflix retreats after cut to sell on competition, cost concerns
The shares of Netflix (NFLX) are falling after research firm Evercore ISI downgraded the stock to Sell from Hold. Increased competition will force the company to increase its investments and the return from those investments is uncertain, the firm contends. WHAT'S NEW: In the U.S., technological advancements are enabling content providers to sell their programming to a wider range of Internet video distributors, Evercore ISI analyst Ken Sena wrote in a note to investors earlier today. Moreover, content providers themselves are now able to stream more of their programming online and obtain higher profits from doing so, Sena reported. The analyst noted that Apple (AAPL) recently obtained a three month exclusive deal to stream content form Time Warner's (TWX) HBO Now, while Yahoo (YHOO), Amazon (AMZN), and Hulu (DIS, CMCSA, NWSA) are all reportedly interested in obtaining streaming rights to "Seinfeld." Netflix's international expansion will not be sufficient to offset the increased competition, especially because foreign viewers are likely to watch less TV and be less interested in paying for TV content, the analyst believes. Furthermore, Netflix will face more competition from other Internet TV services overseas than in the U.S., according to Sena, who cut his 2015 consolidated operating income estimate for the company by 26% to $381M from $517M previously. In addition to cutting his rating, Sena lowered his price target on the shares to $380 from $450. PRICE ACTION: In early trading, Netflix sank $16, or 3.7%, to $422.

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