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News Corp FAIL below (bought at the peak and did not even know it, I could have told them myspace sucked).
News Corp in $580m internet buy
Tuesday, 19 July, 2005
Rupert Murdoch and his family own almost 30% of News Corp
News Corp, the company run by media mogul Rupert Murdoch, has made one of its first major internet purchases.
It has bought Intermix Media, owner of Myspace.com, the fifth most-viewed internet domain in the US and owner of other sites for $580m (£332.85m).
Mr Murdoch says the networking site will drive traffic to his Fox TV sites.
Last week the company set up a new internet unit. Mr Murdoch has said that newspapers have been slow to respond to competition from the internet.
i forgot to add the obvious reason for this was because off the hits or amount of members it get/has. and that if playing the market is exposed to these mass quanitys of ppl then of course the markets would see more cash and perhaps an altercation towards market stability,,,
here comes peta up marks ass..
So all he eats is what he kills,... (meat wise) which is the most retarded statement ive ever heard. Must be some nice hunting up in Silcon Valley.. or where ever he is.. (urban area)
So he killed a Goat, Chicken and a Pig... but he ate the chicken. LOL... what a wierdo. Goat was most likely too gamey for his pallet.
NEW YORK (Trefis) -- Speculation is rising that Facebook might file for an IPO before 2012 itself. While valuations for the company have gone to as high as $100 billion in private markets, an initial registration statement is all it takes to provide a much clearer picture of how Facebook's metrics are faring. Facebook leads the global social networking arena, competing with the likes of Google(GOOG_), LinkedIn(LNKD_) and MySpace.