The 'Observer' has some ideas.
They bicker all the time, but really they love one another.
The author of the new Murdoch biography claims 'Times' bias.
He will continue casting his conservative spells over viewers of Fox News and Fox Business Network until he is 73 years old.
The latest excerpt in 'Vanity Fair' from Michael Wolff's book on the Murdochs is quite the bodice-ripper. Sort of.
After years of trying to position himself as a rival to Murdoch, Redstone's getting what he asked for.
‘They're all clients,’ the PR man told us of the heavy-hitters he rounded up to support a third term for Bloomberg.
Our columnist wonders at the forces that made Bloomberg feel that skirting the rules for a third term was necessary: namely, his cadre of mogul friends.
How Wendi Deng has changed the color of Rupert Murdoch’s politics, and his hair.
1,500 more jobs were eliminated at the bank this week. Plus, the latest on Michael Phelps, JPMorgan, Steve Jobs, and more.
He only made $27.5 million in company compensation this year. Plus, Kent Brownridge steps down from ‘Maxim,’ Damon Dash has real-estate troubles, and more, in our daily industry roundup.
At an unofficial gathering last night to celebrate the former HarperCollins CEO, everyone donned fun Jane masks and did their best not to acknowledge that her exit was totally awkward and abrupt.
The Oppenheimer analyst, known for her harsh critiques of banks over subprime losses, displays a fondness for animal prints. Plus, 'Playgirl' folds, and a painter sells her pad for a pretty penny, in today's digest of finance, media, real-estate and law news.
The fledgling business network is gaining on its rival. In a mere 69 years, based on the rate at which it is growing now, it will have overtaken CNBC!
Plus AMI is headed for tough times, Fox News makes fun of Nas, Andrew Cuomo looks into AIG, and more, in our daily industry roundup.
The legendary tabloid rivals are talking about merging parts of their operations.
The 71-year-old mogul lost his wedding ring in Sun Valley! Can you help him?
As was widely anticipated, the ousted 'Journal' managing editor has found a new home.
Best seller John Darnton starts off his latest book, 'Black and White and Dead All Over,' with a murder — and you may recognize the victim.