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American multinational mass media company

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News Corp (2013–present): American multinational mass media company
The current incarnation of News Corporation, stylized as News Corp, is an American mass media and publishing company, formed as a spin-off of the original News Corporation focusing on newspapers and publishing. The company is headquartered in New York City and incorporated in Delaware.

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Hundreds of jobs at risk as News Corp turns community newspapers 'digital only'

The bulk of News Corp's regional and suburban community papers will go digital under a restructure that could lead to the loss of hundreds of jobs.
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Australia drops probe of journalist over use of classified documents

Australian police have dropped their investigation of a News Corp journalist over the disclosure of a national security document in 2018, citing a lack of evidence.
Reuters - Published

AFP won't charge journalist Annika Smethurst after probe of leaked documents

Australian Federal Police will not lay any charges against News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst after investigating leaked documents she used in an article.
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AFP won't charge journo Annika Smethurst

Australian Federal Police will not lay any charges against News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst after investigating leaked documents she used in an article.
SBS - Published

The Oz's Paul Kelly weighs in (in private) on Turnbull v News Corp

“The most regular question I have had over the years from News Corp editors, executives and senior journalists is, ‘Why do the Murdochs hate you'," the ex-PM writes.
The Age - Published

AFP 'don't set out to do illegal raids' says Commissioner, after High Court rules Smethurst raid warrant invalid

The High Court has found a warrant used by Australian Federal Police to search the Canberra home of News Corp reporter Annika Smethurst last year was invalid.
SBS - Published

Warrant used by AFP to raid home of News Corp journalist Annika Smethurst ruled invalid by High Court

The High Court has found a warrant used by Australian Federal Police to search the Canberra home of News Corp reporter Annika Smethurst last year was invalid.
SBS - Published

James Murdoch blasts News Corp's 'ongoing climate change denial'

The youngest son of media mogul Rupert Murdoch has used a rare public statement to take aim at News Corp's climate change reporting.
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News coverage of Australian bushfires highlight Murdoch family rift on climate

The younger son and daughter-in-law of News Corp Executive Chairman and Fox Corporation Co-Chairman Rupert Murdoch took aim at both organizations' coverage of climate change, widely viewed as a..
Reuters - Published

News Corp, QBE exit Business Council

The big business lobby, now presided over by former MYOB chief executive Tim Reed, has lost six members this year.
The Age - Published

Venom sparks News on News spat

It’s been almost one year and two months since Malcolm Turnbull was rolled as PM and reports emerged that News Corp chairman Rupert Murdoch had told his Seven counterpart Kerry Stokes that:..
The Age - Published

Harto's race career off to flying start

Former News Corp boss John Hartigan has a new filly of his own alongside veteran ad man and Strawberry Hill Stud owner John Singleton.
The Age - Published

'Good work by all': Home Affairs boss praised AFP raid on journalist’s house

Home Affairs Secretary Michael Pezzullo called AFP Deputy Commissioner Neil Gaughan to congratulate him on the raid of a News Corp journalist's house.
SBS - Published

ABC, News Corp to challenge AFP warrants

The ABC has launched legal action over the police raid on its Sydney headquarters, while News Corp Australia has flagged a legal challenge of its own.
SBS - Published

News Corp, Australian national broadcaster to challenge legality of raids

Australia's state broadcaster and the media company News Corp said on Monday they will challenge the legality of recent police raids on their staff saying the action was unconstitutional and a threat..
Reuters - Published

What is a search warrant and how do police apply for them?

This week, Australians were given a glimpse into the way search warrants are executed when AFP officers descended on the ABC's headquarters and the home of a News Corp journalist.
The Age - Published

Morrison says government was not involved in raids

Prime Minister Scott Morrison says the government has had no involvement in police raids on the ABC and New Corp journalist Annika Smethurst.
SBS - Published

Australian police raids on national broadcaster, News Corp prompt outcry

Police raided the offices of Australia's national broadcaster on Wednesday over allegations it had published classified material, the second raid on a media outlet in two days, prompting complaints..
Reuters - Published

Australian Federal Police raid ABC headquarters at Sydney's Ultimo

The raid on the Ultimo headquarters of the ABC comes a day after AFP officers searched the home of a News Corp journalist.
The Age - Published

News Corp journalist's home raided over spying story

Officers from the Australian Federal Police have raided the home of a journalist over a story on proposed new powers for Australia's digital spy agency.
SBS - Published

News Corp to slash more than 50 jobs

More than 50 newsroom jobs are expected to go across Australia as News Corp announces a round of redundancies.
SBS - Published

News Corp confirms dozens of jobs to go

News Corp will slash more than 50 editorial jobs from its metropolitan mastheads, with almost a third of the roles to go from Melbourne newsrooms.
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News Corp to cut 50 jobs, media union says

News Corp will slash 50 editorial jobs from its metropolitan mastheads, with almost a third of the roles to go from Melbourne newsrooms, the media union says.
SBS - Published