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U.S. Morning Call: News Corp mulls splitting into two: WSJ

Monday, June 25, 2012 - 02:34

June 26 - News Corp may separate its publishing assets from its more lucrative entertainment business, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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Another corporate break up pondered and stocks -- set to open higher recording this Tuesday yesterday we. Report that we motion considering -- today it's News Corp. The Wall Street Journal says the media company -- separated publishing at that. It's more lucrative energy business -- shareholders been pushing for the change -- of hacking scandal. It's British newspapers and damaged the company's reputation. And reporting Rupert Murdoch now warn the idea which he had a close. Here's News Corp. up about 20% over the past year they. Responding to critics that it's all white man on board of directors the company giving at the table and chief operating officer hero Sandner. The 42 joint business network in 2008. CEO Mark Zuckerberg calls per -- felt Facebook's growth. California's state teachers' retirement fund which is close at 30000. Shares of stock. Says the right direction -- The company needs to keep diversify its board. Facebook's stock that thirty dollar range. Of its low of 2550. Q. Microsoft has reached a deal to buy another social networking Abner. It's paying one point two billion dollars the developer private companies social networks. Circulated for a few weeks about the discussions. Yeah ever has -- users including employees at port delight. Microsoft shares up close to 20% over the past year. -- you're ready to cuts come up Monday's losses without NASDAQ. Stock index futures. -- at least a percent or better stocks in Europe for a fractionally. The -- and -- -- consumer confidence which is expected to report a slight decline. Stocks to watch today include Apollo Group more profit education company expecting. China to fall for another quarter -- it would cut costs even raised its earnings guidance. Start which cut its profit outlook to factor it charges related to exactly it. Our corporations. Yes. That's called it you can follow us on Twitter Reuters Insider. Please check out our writers TV on Reuters dot com slash Reuters TV. I've got up there this writers.

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U.S. Morning Call: News Corp mulls splitting into two: WSJ

Monday, June 25, 2012 - 02:34