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Future of Brazilian GP at Interlagos in doubt
The long-term future of the Brazilian Grand Prix is up in the air. The Interlagos track, which hosted its first Formula One race in 1972, is due to be sold next year. Although F1 has a contract through 2020, no one seems to know what will happen after that. "The contract will be respected because
Miriam Carey: Capitol Hill Chaos Puts Postpartum Psychosis in Spotlight
Miriam Carey, the woman who was shot dead by police after a high-speed chase that ended with the shutdown of the U.S. Capitol Thursday, likely had a related pre-existing condition that led to postpartum psychosis, according to one psychiatric expert. Dr. Igor Galynker, director of the Family Center
Is 'American Idol' Nearing End?
Now that both Steven Tyler and Jennifer Lopez have confirmed that they will not return next season, "American Idol" is looking for a few good judges. But even an injection of new talent might not be enough to save the aging show. "I think this is the real beginning of the end," USA Today's "Idol"
Rupert Murdoch, Sons Reelected to News Corp. Board
Rupert Murdoch and his sons James and Lachlan were reelected the News Corp. board of directors today amid the fallout from a hacking scandal at its UK newspapers. "News Corporation announced that all Directors were elected, the advisory vote was in favor of executive compensation, and the other
Despite Scandal, Analyst Says Rupert Murdoch Will Control News Corp Destiny
A foam pie-slinging Parliament hearing, accusations of nepotism, speculation about a CEO shakeup and a phone hacking scandal won't sink News Corp. stock if the market is any indication. Rupert Murdoch's testimony to the U.K. parliament Tuesday "clearly saved the stock," wrote David Joyce, a media
Murdoch drops bid to buy British Sky Broadcasting
Rupert Murdoch's decision Wednesday to drop his bid for British Sky Broadcasting is the most dramatic development in News Corp.'s phone hacking and alleged bribery scandal as the inquiry moves from Britain to the United States. Murdoch was forced to drop his bid to take over full control of BSkyB
Will Ben Bernanke Weigh In on Debt Debate?
As negotiations continue over the nation's debt ceiling all eyes turn to Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke will testify before congress later today. So here with a look at this and some of the day's other business news headlines Bloomberg reporter Sheila Russian Sheila good morning you know. Good morning
Rupert Murdoch Withdraws Bid for British Sky Broadcasting
Deal Would Have Given Murdoch 40 Percent Ownership of All British Commerical TV
Time Warner OKs Arbitration With Fox
The battle of wills between Fox and Time Warner Cable continues. In the latest twist of a fee dispute that has raged publicly for weeks, Time Warner Cable has offered to submit to binding arbitration by the Federal Communications Commission and take any other necessary steps to spare its customers
Time Warner Calls for 'Cooling-Off' Period Before Fox Pulls Programming
Time Warner Cable today called on Fox to agree to a 30-day "cooling-off" period as the two media giants go down to the wire in negotiations on broadcast fees that could affect millions of cable TV subscribers. Fox parent News Corp. has threatened to pull its content from Time Warner Cable