Do not underestimate Rupert Murdoch Do not underestimate Rupert Murdoch

inman.com - When Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp announced its plan to acquire Dow Jones with its signature property, The Wall Street Journal, in 2007, critics abounded. Journalists were convinced that he would compromise editorial ...

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China Halts Arms Sales to South Sudan After Norinco Shipment China Halts Arms Sales to South Sudan After Norinco Shipment

bloomberg.com - China halted weapons sales to South Sudan after it discovered the state arms manufacturer sold millions of dollars worth of equipment to the war-torn nation, a Chinese Embassy official said.

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Source: DreamWorks Animation in Sale Talks With Japan's SoftBank (Exclusive) Source: DreamWorks Animation in Sale Talks With Japan's SoftBank (Exclusive)

hollywoodreporter.com - The company, which has seen up-and-down box office numbers of late, would be valued at $3.4 billion, a source tells THR

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Restaurant chain Jimmy John's latest hacking victim Restaurant chain Jimmy John's latest hacking victim

cnbc.com - An intruder stole log-in credentials from the company's vendor and used the credentials to remotely access the point-of-sale systems at some corporate and franchised locations between June 16 and Sept. 5, the ...

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Chernin-ATT Venture Buys Majority of Fullscreen Network Chernin-ATT Venture Buys Majority of Fullscreen Network

bloomberg.com - Otter Media, co-owned by AT&T Inc. and the Chernin Group, acquired a majority stake in online video company Fullscreen Inc., the latest in a push by TV-industry players to offer programming over ...

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The complete guide to the High Line in NYC The complete guide to the High Line in NYC

timeout.com - Find the best things to do near the elevated park, plus the best events happening on the High Line

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Occupy Wall Street buys, forgives almost $4 million in student loan debt Occupy Wall Street buys, forgives almost $4 million in student ...

fortune.com - This post is in partnership with Time. The article below was originally published at Time.com By Sam Frizell, TIME An Occupy Wall Street campaign says it has abolished almost $4 million in ...

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American Apparel Names New Interim Chief Executive American Apparel Names New Interim Chief Executive

bloomberg.com - American Apparel Inc. named turnaround consultant Scott Brubaker as interim chief executive officer, bringing another shake-up to the clothing chain after its tumultuous ouster of founder Dov Charney in June.

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Fraud turns up on Canadian credit cards following Home Depot breach Fraud turns up on Canadian credit cards following Home Depot ...

globalnews.ca - Canadian banks and credit-card issuers are racing to cancel accounts flagged for potential fraud following a breach of customer information at Home Depot.

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Cassidy Turley to be acquired - St. Louis Business Journal Cassidy Turley to be acquired - St. Louis Business Journal

bizjournals.com - ​Cassidy Turley, a Washington, D.C.-based real estate broker with a large presence in St. Louis, is being acquired by a group including Fort Worth, Texas, private equity firm TPG.

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China Meat Scare Adds Foreign Suppliers to Food Worries China Meat Scare Adds Foreign Suppliers to Food Worries

bloomberg.com - China is suffering through yet another food-safety scandal, and this time even the foreign- owned suppliers are under the microscope.

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Photos: Johnny Appleseed Festival Photos: Johnny Appleseed Festival

wane.com - FILE - In this May 30, 2007 file photo, vehicles pay tolls as they enter the Indiana Toll Road near Angola, Ind. The state agency that oversees the Indiana Toll Road has ...

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