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News Corp. Mulls Splitting in Two

News Corp. is considering splitting into two companies, separating its publishing assets from its entertainment businesses, say people familiar with the situation.

27 2012 | Viewed: 423 | Foreign experience | Read full
Insight: In "Green Wheat" drive, Wal-Mart may transform farming

Wal-Mart Stores Inc has long used its commercial might to forge a global supply chain with ruthless efficiency. It now has a new target: U.S. wheat fields.

25 2012 | Viewed: 441 | Foreign experience | Read full
Reporters without orders

Can journalism funded by private generosity compensate for the decline of the commercial kind?

19 2012 | Viewed: 453 | Foreign experience | Read full
Cyprus Eyes Bilateral Loan From Russia

Cyprus is close to securing a bilateral loan from Russia, a senior finance ministry official told Dow Jones Newswires Wednesday, while another official said funding for the island may be sourced from both Europe and a separate sovereign state.

18 2012 | Viewed: 778 | Foreign experience | Read full
Mittal to reduce China steel ambitions

Steelmaker to shrink stake in Hunan Valin.

8 2012 | Viewed: 861 | Foreign experience | Read full
China Delays Tighter Bank Capital Rules to 2013

China delayed tightening bank capital rules to the beginning of next year, signaling support for loan growth as policy makers seek to arrest a slowdown in the world's second-largest economy.

8 2012 | Viewed: 817 | Foreign experience | Read full
Exclusive: Glencore, Vitol keep oil flowing to Greece

Debt-stricken Greece is surviving on oil priced at a premium from trading houses Vitol and Glencore, who have stepped in as suppliers of last resort after sanctions forced Greece to halt imports from its main supplier Iran.

31 2012 | Viewed: 905 | Foreign experience | Read full
Britain's Blair faces grilling over ties to Murdoch

Tony Blair's decision to openly court Rupert Murdoch to win power and ensure favorable coverage during his decade-long tenure as British prime minister will come under scrutiny when he faces a media inquiry on Monday.

29 2012 | Viewed: 895 | Foreign experience | Read full
Online financial journalism hailed by judges

Judges hailed the growing role of online media in the 2011 Harold Wincott Awards for financial journalism, announced on Thursday.

28 2012 | Viewed: 771 | Foreign experience | Read full
Insight: Iran's "Great Game" in Afghanistan

With most foreign combat troops set to withdraw from Afghanistan by 2014, Iran is using the media in the war-ravaged nation to gain influence, a worrying issue for Washington.

25 2012 | Viewed: 826 | Foreign experience | Read full
Chinese Lash Out at Foreigners Amid Turmoil

A wave of anti-foreigner sentiment is washing over China.

23 2012 | Viewed: 446 | Foreign experience | Read full
Why GM And Others Fail With Facebook Ads

Facebook (FB) got a black eye last week when General Motors (GM) announced it would cease advertising on the platform, yanking $10 million in annual ad spending away from Mark Zuckerberg just days before the company's IPO.

23 2012 | Viewed: 562 | Foreign experience | Read full
US and UK eye reaction to bank failure

Regulators hope to spur on global plans.

22 2012 | Viewed: 447 | Foreign experience | Read full
Why Warren Buffett Really Likes Newspapers

When Warren Buffett announced that his company, Berkshire Hathaway, was buying 63 newspapers from Media General on May 17, he issued a soaring statement about his belief in a beaten-down industry.

21 2012 | Viewed: 611 | Foreign experience | Read full
Underwater Hotel to be Dubai's Latest Extravagance

Skylines are so pass.

17 2012 | Viewed: 403 | Foreign experience | Read full
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