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symbol NWS
会社名 News Corp (New) (ニュ―ズ・コ―プ)
分野(sector) Consumer Services   消費者サービス
産業(industry) Newspapers/Magazines  
業種 一般向け出版   サ―ビス(Services)
概要 事業概要 ニュース(News Corporation)は世界中の消費者および企業にコンテンツを作成し、配信することに重点を置いた多角経営のメディア・情報サービス会社である。同社はニュースと情報サービス、書類出版、デジタル不動産サービス、ケーブルネットワークプログラミング、とその他の5つの事業を運営する。ニュースと情報サービス事業はダウ・ジョーンズ、ニュース・コーポレーション・オーストラリア(ニュース・リミテッドおよびその子会社を含む)、ニューズ・UK、ニューヨーク・ポストおよびニュー・ジャーナル・マーケティングから構成される。書類出版事業は消費者向け出版社であるHarperCollins Publishers(子会社および関連会社、HarperCollinsと共に)で構成される。デジタル不動産サービス事業はREA Group Limited(REA Group)に対する持分、およびMove、Inc.(Move)に対する持分で構成される。ケーブルネットワークプログラミング事業はオーストラリアのスポーツ番組プロバイダーであるFOX SPORTS Australiaで構成される。   ニュ―ズ・コ―プは米国の大手メディア企業。世界各地にニュ―スや情報サ―ビスを提供する。同社はダウ・ジョ―ンズ、ニュ―ズ・コ―プ・オ―ストラリア、ニュ―ズUKなどを所有。新聞では「ウォ―ル・ストリ―ト・ジャ―ナル」、「ザ・タイムズ」、「ザ・サン」を発行、ケ―ブルテレビではFOXスポ―ツを放送。出版業も展開。本社所在地はニューヨーク。   
本社所在地 1211 Avenue of the Americas New York NY 10036 USA
代表者氏名 Keith Rupert Murdoch キース・ルパート・マードック
代表者役職名 Executive Chairman of the Board 取締役会長
電話番号 +1 212-416-3400
設立年月日 41244
市場名 NASDAQ National Market System
ipoyear ―年
従業員数 26000人
url www.newscorp.com
nasdaq_url https://www.nasdaq.com/symbol/nws
adr_tso
EBITDA EBITDA(百万ドル) 179
終値(lastsale) 13.63
時価総額(marketcap) 7970507511.4
時価総額 時価総額(百万ドル) 7490.547
売上高 売上高(百万ドル) 924
企業価値(EV) 企業価値(EV)(百万ドル) 7428.547
当期純利益 当期純利益(百万ドル) -1343
決算概要 決算概要 BRIEF: For the fiscal year ended 30 June 2018 News Corp revenues increased 11% to $9.02B. Net loss applicable to common stockholders excluding extraordinary items increased 81% to $1.34B. Revenues reflect Cable Network Programming segment increase from $494M to $1B Digital Real Estate Services segment increase of 22% to $1.14B Australasia and other segment increase of 26% to $3.26B U.S and Canada segment increase of 3% to $4B.

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   Ex-PMs unite in Australia in bid to curb power of Murdoch empire  2020/11/22 07:30:15 The Guardian
Former rivals to star in Leveson-style inquiry into mogul’s near-monopoly of the country’s media In high public office, both men lived and died at the word of the world’s most influential media mogul, Rupert Murdoch. But now two former Australian prime ministers are at the vanguard of a campaign to redress the balance of power. It is a movement that Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull, the respective former Labor and Liberal leaders of Australia, hope will go on to undermine all of Murdoch’s international enterprises. The two former PMs were once rivals but are to appear as joint star witnesses at an upcoming Australian parliamentary inquiry into Murdoch’s dominance of the Australian political debate. Both are to argue that News Corp Australia has become the propaganda arm of the rightwing Liberal government. Continue reading…
   Three suitors still in for Simon & Schuster  2020/11/20 02:39:50 New York Post
Bids for Simon & Schuster are due next week, and there are reportedly three suitors still in the race: News Corp, Bertelsmann and ­Vivendi. Meanwhile, News Corp CEO Robert Thomson is warning of anti­trust concerns if Bertelsmann — already the world’s largest publisher thanks to ownership of Penguin Random House in the US — were…
   Rupert Murdoch tries to weather News Corp's climate crisis at AGM | The Weekly Beast  2020/11/20 00:31:56 The Guardian
News Corp executive chairman says ‘we do not deny climate change’. Plus: ABC rejects Media Watch segment While News Corp’s Australian outlets were waging war against two former prime ministers at home, the New York-based company was holding its first virtual annual general meeting to update its shareholders on what has been a bad year for business. At just 26 minutes long, it was a rushed affair beset by technical hiccups. Kevin Rudd – and Malcolm Turnbull, to a lesser extent – has been targeted by the Murdoch press because of the success of his petition for a royal commission into News Corp which sparked a Senate inquiry into media diversity. Continue reading…
   'We're not deniers': Rupert Murdoch tells shareholders  2020/11/18 21:33:35 The Australian Financial Review
Rupert Murdoch has told News Corp's shareholders that the company does not deny climate change during a 26-minute virtual annual general meeting on Thursday morning.
   'We do not deny climate change': Rupert Murdoch addresses son's exit from board  2020/11/18 21:15:34 The Sydney Morning Herald
Rupert Murdoch has made his first public comments about his son James' decision to leave the News Corp board.
   Ex-PMs unite in Australia in bid to curb power of Murdoch empire  2020/11/22 07:30:15 The Guardian
Former rivals to star in Leveson-style inquiry into mogul’s near-monopoly of the country’s media In high public office, both men lived and died at the word of the world’s most influential media mogul, Rupert Murdoch. But now two former Australian prime ministers are at the vanguard of a campaign to redress the balance of power. It is a movement that Kevin Rudd and Malcolm Turnbull, the respective former Labor and Liberal leaders of Australia, hope will go on to undermine all of Murdoch’s international enterprises. The two former PMs were once rivals but are to appear as joint star witnesses at an upcoming Australian parliamentary inquiry into Murdoch’s dominance of the Australian political debate. Both are to argue that News Corp Australia has become the propaganda arm of the rightwing Liberal government. Continue reading…
   Three suitors still in for Simon & Schuster  2020/11/20 02:39:50 New York Post
Bids for Simon & Schuster are due next week, and there are reportedly three suitors still in the race: News Corp, Bertelsmann and ­Vivendi. Meanwhile, News Corp CEO Robert Thomson is warning of anti­trust concerns if Bertelsmann — already the world’s largest publisher thanks to ownership of Penguin Random House in the US — were…
   Rupert Murdoch tries to weather News Corp's climate crisis at AGM | The Weekly Beast  2020/11/20 00:31:56 The Guardian
News Corp executive chairman says ‘we do not deny climate change’. Plus: ABC rejects Media Watch segment While News Corp’s Australian outlets were waging war against two former prime ministers at home, the New York-based company was holding its first virtual annual general meeting to update its shareholders on what has been a bad year for business. At just 26 minutes long, it was a rushed affair beset by technical hiccups. Kevin Rudd – and Malcolm Turnbull, to a lesser extent – has been targeted by the Murdoch press because of the success of his petition for a royal commission into News Corp which sparked a Senate inquiry into media diversity. Continue reading…
   'We're not deniers': Rupert Murdoch tells shareholders  2020/11/18 21:33:35 The Australian Financial Review
Rupert Murdoch has told News Corp's shareholders that the company does not deny climate change during a 26-minute virtual annual general meeting on Thursday morning.
   'We do not deny climate change': Rupert Murdoch addresses son's exit from board  2020/11/18 21:15:34 The Sydney Morning Herald
Rupert Murdoch has made his first public comments about his son James' decision to leave the News Corp board.

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