Rupert Murdoch withdraws offer for Time Warner

Media tycoon Rupert Murdoch has said his 21st Century Fox group had withdrawn its bid for Time Warner, a massive offer which could have shaken up the media-entertainment world.

Time Warner in talks on Vice Media stake: reports

US media conglomerate Time Warner has begun talks for a stake in the fast-growing online news operation Vice Media, reports said.

LA Clippers `will have new owners`

The man drafted by the NBA to oversee the Los Angeles Clippers after Donald Sterling`s lifetime ban in a racism row said Monday he thinks the team will have new owners.

Clippers owner Sterling says he`s sorry for racist remarks

Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling has offered his first public apology for racist remarks that saw him banned for life from the NBA.

Ex-Time Warner boss Parsons takes over Clippers

Richard Parsons, the former chairman of media giant Time Warner and Citigroup, was named Friday as the interim chief executive of the Los Angeles Clippers following a racism firestorm.

Time Warner to sell its NY headquarter for USD 1.3 bn: Report

Time Warner, one of the world`s largest media company, is in the final stages to sell its New York headquarters in a whooping USD 1.3 billion, a media report said today.

Facebook teams with Time Warner to fight bullies

Facebook and Time Warner are ganging up on bullies to address a problem that torments millions of children and young adults.

Time Warner in black; makes $627 mn profit in Q3

Swinging into the black, media
conglomerate Time Warner has reported a profit of USD 627
million in the last three months of 2009, led by good
performance of films like `The Blind Side` and `Sherlock
Holmes`.

Fox, Time Warner Cable announce broadcast deal

Fox and Time Warner Cable have reached a deal in principle that will keep the network on the cable provider after Fox threatened to pull the plug over a fee dispute.

Time Warner Cable, Fox at impasse; blackout looms

About 13 million Time Warner Cable Inc subscribers were to lose most Fox programming at midnight on Thursday unless the cable service provider reached a last-minute deal to pay fees to News Corp to broadcast the shows.

AOL ends ties with Time Warner

America Online Inc (AOL), one of the firms that pioneered the Internet access business during the dial-up era, will officially return to its independent roots Thursday when it lists on the New York Stock Exchange.

Time Warner may sell magazine unit: Report

Media giant Time Warner is likely
to sell its huge magazine unit, which includes titles Time,
Fortune, People, and Sports Illustrated, says a media report.

Time Warner buys back AOL stake from Google

Time Warner Inc bought back Google Inc`s 5 percent stake in struggling Internet company AOL LLC for USD 283 million, according to a regulatory filing by AOL on Monday.