The media empire is talking with the tech giant about having its Web sites removed from Google search results, according to a Financial Times report.
The computer maker's founder and chief executive said the firm will continue to "aggressively execute" its long-term strategy in a deal valued at $24.9 billion.
After a tumultuous decade of trying to compete with Netflix, the company says its Class A and Class B stock will be delisted from the stock exchange next week.
Google's CEO tells a group of newspaper editors that newspapers can make money online by formulating a new business model.
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The newspaper may detail a pay-for-content model in conjunction with the expected unveiling of Apple's rumored tablet, according to a New York magazine report.
A new profile of the News Corp. baron quotes a source who says he's willing to press legal action against Google in the event that talks about indexing content fall through.
The company that in many ways created the modern video game industry has seen its fortunes fall about as far as possible.
Gig-finding service Bandloop releases a free--and very slick--application in Apple's App Store that helps you find local shows on a map.
Telecommunications equipment maker seeks Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as the current economic crisis exacerbates the troubled company's problems.