News Corp - Class B (CDIs) (NWS.xasx)

News Corp - Class B (CDIs) (NWS.xasx)

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News Corp - Class B (CDIs) (NWS.xasx) Profile

The News Corporation - Class B (NWS.xasx) is a global mass media corporation leading in the news, television, film and print industries with headquarters in New York City, the United States. The company is active in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia but particularly with a powerful presence in the Australian pay-TV market through Fox Sports and Foxtel (both 65 per cent-owned), while its 62 per cent-owned REA Group is the dominant real estate classified business in Australia.Τhe company’s key brands include The Wall Street Journal, Herald Sun, and The Times. Furthermore, the company owns HarperCollins, one of the largest book publishers internationally, and has a substantial digital property advertising business (Move) in the U.S. In November 2021, News Corp started to execute the $ 1B (USD) repurchase stock program after the first-quarter earnings release in early November. News Corp. agreed to purchase Oil Price Information Service (OPIS) for $ 1.15B (USD) in cash from S&P Global Inc. and IHS Market Ltd. and expects to receive an estimated tax benefit of $ 180M (USD). The market cap of the company was $ 13.78B (USD) as of November 2021.

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