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Ramesh Chandra Agarwal (1944-2017): A book lover who created a media empire 13.4.2017 All Current Affairs Stories
Ramesh Chandra Agarwal, chairman of the Dainik Bhaskar Group was drawn to the books as a child
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Murdoch's Fox gets EU approval to take over Sky in $14.5-bn deal 7.4.2017 News
British investigation into the impact on the country's media landscape as the only remaining hurdle
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'Playboy' has not lost its relevance, says Hugh Hefner's son and CCO of the media empire 6.4.2017 DNA: Popular News
Hugh Hefner's life is getting a mini-series treatment and his son Cooper, who is at the helm of the Playboy now, says the magazine that his father founded in 1953 has not lost its relevance as sex is still a taboo topic in society. In 2015, Playboy had decided to do away with nude pictures of women, a decision that Cooper opposed as he felt it was against the core philosophy of the magazine. He became the Chief Creative Office about six months ago, a post that his father held for 63-years, and decided to bring the nudes back. "The magazine is the flagship of the brand because it started the company but of course, media has changed and it is not going to be a big money maker for us. But it is remarkably relevant because what we do in the magazine generates press around the world. "We went back to nudity in the US edition and I read about it in China, India, Brazil, and Mexico. How can one argue that the magazine is not relevant when there are millions of press impressions that are generated because of the ...
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Vodafone pays the price for inertia as rivals pull ahead 11.3.2017 Hindu: Home
Stock is trading at a discount for first time in 3 years, cashflow, dividend in focus
Analysis - Vodafone pays the price for inertia as rivals pull ahead 11.3.2017 Sify Finance
By Sophie Sassard and Paul Sandle
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ANALYSIS - Vodafone pays the price for inertia as rivals pull ahead 10.3.2017 Sify Finance
By Sophie Sassard and Paul Sandle
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Full ownership of Sky will increase Rupert Murdoch's power 4.3.2017 Business Standard: News Now
In 2011, Murdoch was forced to withdraw an identical bid after phone-hacking scandal
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UK government likely to refer Fox's Sky deal to regulator 3.3.2017 Sify Finance
By Paul Sandle
Murdoch's Fox set to request EU approval for Sky takeover bid 1.3.2017 Sify Finance
LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox will seek approval from the European Commission for its $14.4 billion bid for European pay-TV firm Sky in the coming days, a person
With one bill, Republicans fast track plan to undo Obama regulations 5.1.2017 TOI: All Headlines
With one bill, Republicans fast track plan to undo Obama regulations
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You need politics to discover truth: Yogendra Yadav 31.12.2016 Hindu: Home
Failure to engage in conversations with the ordinary man results in a failure to produce truth, says Yogendra Yadav in an in-depth discussion about the idea of post-truth politics
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Turkish journalist detained for anti-government tweet 29.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
A prominent Turkish journalist was detained on Thursday after he tweeted against the government.
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A 'spirited' history of the British empire and its 'high' legacy (Book Review) 26.12.2016 All News-IANS Stories
Title: Empire of Booze; Author: Henry Jeffreys; Publisher: Unbound Publishers; Pages: 303; Price: Rs 699
Murdoch's Fox agrees $14.6 billion Sky deal to expand empire 16.12.2016 Sify Finance
By Kate Holton and Paul Sandle
Twenty-First Century Fox agrees to buy European pay TV Sky for $14.6 b 15.12.2016 HBL: Home
Murdoch buying 61% of Sky to fully acquire 22 million customers
Murdoch’s Fox agrees $14.6 billion Sky deal to expand empire | Reuters 15.12.2016 FirstPost: Bollywood
By Kate Holton and Paul Sandle | LONDON LONDON Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox (FOXA.O) has struck a $14.6 billion deal to buy European pay-TV firm Sky (SKYB.L) that unites a media empire across two continents and helps it take on rivals like Netflix (NFLX.O) in the battle for viewers. Fox said it would pay 10.75 pounds per share - or 11.7 billion pounds - for the 61 percent of Sky it does not already own to control a business with 22 million customers in Britain, Ireland, Italy, Germany and Austria. People familiar with the matter told Reuters the American media corporation pounced after Britain's vote to leave the European Union in June sent the pound down about 15 percent against the ...
Murdoch's Fox agrees $14.6 billion deal to buy Sky and bolster empire 15.12.2016 Sify Finance
By Kate Holton and Paul Sandle
Murdoch's Fox agrees deal to buy Sky for $14.6 billion 15.12.2016 Sify Finance
LONDON (Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox said on Thursday it had agreed to buy European pay-TV firm Sky for $14.6 billion, sticking to its 10.75 pounds per share offer despite
Twenty-First Century Fox to buy Sky for $14 bn. 11.12.2016 Hindu: Business
Rupert Murdoch’s Twenty-First Century Fox Inc has struck a preliminary deal to buy the 61 percent of British pay-TV firm Sky Plc. it does not already own for about $14 billion, five years after a pol...
Murdoch's Twenty-First Century Fox bids $14 billion for UK's Sky 10.12.2016 News
Offer of 10.75 pounds a share in cash will strengthen position of James Murdoch in his 85-year-old father's media empire
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