|会社名||News Corp (New) （ニュ―ズ・コ―プ）|
|分野（sector）||Consumer Services 消費者サービス|
|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。 News Corp is a global, diversified media and information services company focused on creating and distributing authoritative and engaging content and other products and services. The company comprises businesses across a range of media, including: digital real estate services, subscription video services in Australia, news and information services and book publishing. Headquartered in New York, News Corp operates primarily in the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom, and its content and other products and services are distributed and consumed worldwide.|
|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|
|市場名||NASDAQ National Market System|
|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.|
News Corp email accounts targeted by hackers 2022/02/06 16:05:00 iTnews
Australian operations escape.
Hackers targeted News Corps tech suppliers 2022/02/06 13:14:02 Livemint
Investigators believe hackers accessed emails and documents to aid Chinese intelligence
News Corp hacked, reporters targeted, China suspected 2022/02/04 23:11:15 TheAge
The Wall Street Journal said the hack dated back as far as February 2020, and that reporters emails and Google documents had been exposed.
News Corp. hacked, reporters targeted; believed China-linked 2022/02/04 22:05:01 Star Tribune
News Corp., publisher of The Wall Street Journal, said Friday that it had been hacked and had data stolen from journalists and other employees, and a cybersecurity firm investigating the intrusion said Chinese intelligence-gathering was believed behind the operation.
News Corp Was Hit By Cyber Attack And Investigators Say China May Be Responsible. 2022/02/04 16:47:57 IBTimes
News Corp., the media giant that controls outlets including the Wall Street Journal and New York Post, said it was the victim of a cyber attack. Investigators suspect that China may be the culprit.
New-look Sky News Australia website joins News Corp Australias market-leading digital network 2021/07/02 01:29:06 News Corp Australia
News Corp Australia today announced the expansion of its digital network with the new-look Sky News Australia website joining its platform of market-leading news websites. The freshly designed SkyNews.com.au site will be faster, smarter and more user-friendly to better meet the needs of both audiences and clients. The new website will continue to cover the  The post New-look Sky News Australia website joins News Corp Australias market-leading digital network appeared first on News Corp Australia .
Group M: Google, Facebook, Alibaba, ByteDance, and Amazon claimed 46% of global ad revenues in 2020; in 2010, the then top 5, including News Corp, claimed 17% (William Turvill/Press Gazette) 2021/07/01 11:50:02 Techmeme
William Turvill / Press Gazette : Group M: Google, Facebook, Alibaba, ByteDance, and Amazon claimed 46% of global ad revenues in 2020; in 2010, the then top 5, including News Corp, claimed 17% Five tech companies today account for nearly half of the world''s advertising revenue, a report has found.
News Corp''s Paul Weiss team attacks antitrust claims in N.Y. trial 2021/06/30 17:43:14 Reuters
Lawyers for marketing company Valassis Communications Inc returned to New York federal court on Wednesday to present evidence they claim will show News Corp employed anticompetitive tactics to maintain its dominance in the market for in-store promotions.
AFL tips: News Corp experts predict Round 16 winners 2021/06/30 08:12:36 The West Australian
Carlton turned a corner last week, but Fremantle is a tougher assignment. Will they release the pressure with another win? See who the experts are backing.
EXCLUSIVE: Carol Roth Slams Washington For Its ''War On Small Business'' 2021/06/29 17:10:08 Benzinga
Carol Roth is one of the more articulate commentators on the state of the economy. The self-described recovering investment banker and creator of the legacy planning system Future File, she topped the best-seller lists her 2010 book The Entrepreneur Equation, hosts the influential podcast The Roth Effect and has been a frequent guest on major cable television business programs. Her latest book is The War on Small Business: How the Government Used the Pandemic to Crush the Backbone of America , published by HarperCollins, a subsidiary of News Corp (NASDAQ: NWS ). In her book, Roth details what she describes as a federal government that continuously kowtows to Wall Street while heaping abuses on small business a situation that became increasingly acute during the COVID-19 pandemic. In this exclusive interview with Benzinga, Roth speaks frankly about how small business needs to find its strength to stand up not only for its rights under the law, but for its very survival. Benzinga: In your book, you describe government as being the number one risk to todays small business sector.
Oldest story tradition inspires new message 2021/06/27 10:23:00 The Australian Mercury
For its first major trade marketing campaign in almost a decade, News Corp drew its inspiration from the worlds oldest storytellers.
Pacific Northwest "Heat Dome" to affect more than 25 million with unprecedented temperatures 2021/06/26 15:33:19 Axios
One of the worst heat waves on record to hit the Pacific Northwest and British Columbia is underway, with temperatures soaring into the triple digits Saturday before reaching unprecedented levels Sunday and Monday. Why it matters: Extreme heat events are dangerous to public health, with heat ranking as the nation''s top weather-related killer annually. In addition, extreme heat events such as this one are a clear manifestation of human-caused climate change, according to numerous peer reviewed studies . This heat wave will be a prolonged event with little overnight relief, and will affect cities where relatively few people have air conditioning, such as Seattle. Driving the news: A highly unusual weather pattern is in place over the Pacific Northwest, with a record -strong high-pressure area aloft known as a "heat dome" parked over the region and intensifying through Monday. This heat dome is projected to yield temperature departures from average between 25°F and 45°F across multiple states and British Columbia.
Taxpayer money funding misinformation on Paul Barrys Media Watch 2021/06/25 13:27:23 News com AU
Sky News host Chris Kenny says taxpayer money is funding misinformation when it comes to the overly ideological and habitually deceptive Paul Barry on ABC show Media Watch. Barry is obsessed with promoting his alarmist views on global warming, and twisting the facts to attack any reporting that is not alarmist enough, Mr Kenny said. But more than anything, he is obsessed with spending taxpayers money attacking the commercial media that pays its own way, especially the owners of this station, News Corp. Mr Kenny pointed to analysis of Media Watch over the past 10 months, which reveals that of almost 400 critical pieces, more than 50 per cent have been directed at News Corp with Sky News his top target. He has misled audiences to attack this show, and create a false impression about what Ive reported, hes done the same to mischaracterise what Andrew Bolt has reported and so on.
Rupert Murdochs bid to end editorial independence at the Times is a sign of decline 2021/06/25 08:52:05 New Statesman
This move is less about power and influence and more about allowing News UK to cut costs in a tough print market. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=" " data-adaptive-image-1024-img=" " data-adaptive-image-max-img=" "> Forty years after Rupert Murdoch bought the Times and the Sunday Times , the 90-year-old media magnate is seeking to end the legally-binding guarantees safeguarding their independence which could pave the way for the merger of the two titles. It comes a decade after the phone-hacking scandal, when a chastened Murdoch appeared before MPs to apologise for the hacking of Milly Dowlers phone by the News of the World , on what he said was the most humble day of my life. Since Boris Johnson became prime minister in July 2019, Murdoch has appeared a good deal less humble as he and other News Corp executives have been frequent visitors to No 10 Downing Street. Johnson has received generally favourable press from the Sun , even at times such as the aftermath of Dominic Cummingss appearances before MPs when every other title has been seemingly against him.
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