NWS  News Corporation

Exchange

NASDAQ

Sector

Consumer Services

Industry

Newspapers/Magazines

Market Cap.

7.28B

Vuru Grade

51.40/100

Current Price

$12.53
+0.075 (+0.602%)

Growth Price

$23.36
Undervalued by 86.52%

Stability Price

$21.06
Undervalued by 68.13%

Company Metrics

  • P/E 40.82
  • P/S 0.878
  • P/B 0.628
  • EPS -0.023
  • Cash ROIC 4.75%
  • Cash Ratio 0.75
  • Dividend 0.2 / 1.61%
  • Avg. Vol. 876,814.00
  • Shares 581.24M
  • Market Cap. 7.28B

Company Description

News Corporation operates as a diversified media company worldwide. Its Cable Network Programming segment engages in producing and licensing programming distributed through cable television systems and direct broadcast satellite operators primarily in the United States, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. The company's Filmed Entertainment segment produces and acquires live-action and animated motion... more


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News

Fox and News Corp. to keep, expand Midtown headquarters
New York Post - 13 hours ago
Twenty-First Century Fox and News Corp., the separate media giants controlled by Rupert Murdoch, have locked in plans to keep and expand their headquarters on Sixth Avenue's famed “corporate row.
Fox, News Corp. to expand at 1211 Sixth - The Real Deal Magazine
Why Is News Corp Interested In An Indian Property Service Portal?
Nasdaq - Jan 12, 2017
In a major consolidation of the Indian digital realty space, News Corp ( NWSA ) backed PropTiger.com and Softbank-backed Housing.
News Corp and the Murdochs starting 2017 with more news and influence than before
The Sydney Morning Herald - Jan 13, 2017
But back in Australia, the purchase of Australian Regional News [ARN] for $37 million means News Corp now publishes about 200 newspapers and magazines around the country, including the influential capital city tabloids and national paper The Australian.
News Corp posts 28% decline in global earnings despite real estate boost
The Guardian - Aug 8, 2016
The chief executive of News Corp, Robert Thomson, said since the company was split into entertainment and publishing businesses three years ago revenue from the property operation had more than doubled as the company benefited from booming ...
News Corp profit boosted by real estate, books - ABC Online
News Corp revenues boosted by legal win and property websites - The Sydney Morning Herald
News Corp posts Q4 profit as digital revenues offset ad decline
USA TODAY - Aug 8, 2016
News Corp, owner of The Wall Street Journal, HarperCollins and Realtor.com, said Monday it swung back to profitability in the fiscal fourth quarter after revenue gains in digital real estate services and book publishing helped offset a decline in print ...
Why News Corp Just Surprised Wall Street With Its Latest Earnings Report - Fortune
News Corp. shares pop after posting surprise revenue gain - CNBC
News Corp gains 5% as digital revenue swells
CNBC - Nov 7, 2016
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. reported fiscal first-quarter results Monday afternoon that were roughly in line with analyst estimates.
News Corp Swings to a Loss - Wall Street Journal
News Corp shares climb amid digital revenue rise - New York Post
News Corp Reports Loss on Legal Settlement
Wall Street Journal - May 5, 2016
News Corp swung to a loss in the March quarter as the company took a $280 million charge related to a legal settlement and turmoil in the advertising markets and foreign-currency fluctuations continued to weigh on the business.
News Corp reports third-quarter loss of $149m after revenue falls 7.3% - The Guardian
News Corp reports $149m quarterly loss - BBC News
News Corp Australia announces redundancies and $40m cost-cutting
The Guardian - Dec 7, 2016
Last week News Corp formalised its purchase of the Australian News Channel, which produces Sky News in Australia and New Zealand.
News Corp reporter 'went through hell' after Andrew Bolt attacked her Pell story
The Guardian - Dec 27, 2016
News Corp has refused to comment on Morris-Marr's allegations, while Bolt has denied all of her claims, describing them as “complete nonsense”.
News Corp, the New York Times and Axel Springer are backing Scroll, a ...
Recode - Nov 15, 2016
He has raised $3 million from investors including SoftTech, OATV, Axel Springer, News Corp and the New York Times. And he's currently out pitching publishers to sign up.