News Corp. : Company Profile and SWOT Analysis
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News Corp. is a news, media, education, and information services provider. The company offers news and information services and is involved in book publishing, digital real estate services, cable network programming, digital education and pay-TV distribution. It caters to the requirements of the world's major brands such as The Wall Street Journal, The Australian, Dow Jones, The Times, Herald Sun, The Sun, HarperCollins Publishers, FOX SPORTS Australia, realestate.com.au, and Foxtel. News Corp. delivers its services across various distribution platforms such as traditional print and television, websites, applications for mobile devices, tablets, and electronic readers. The company offers its services in the US, Australia, and the UK. News Corp. is headquartered in New York, the US.
- 1 News Corp. - Business Analysis
- 1.1 News Corp. - Company Overview
- 1.2 News Corp. - Business Description
- 1.3 News Corp. - Major Products and Services
- 2 News Corp. - Analysis of Key Performance Indicators
- 2.1 News Corp. - Five Year Snapshot: Overview of Financial and Operational Performance Indicators
- 2.2 News Corp. - Key Financial Performance Indicators
- 2.2.1 News Corp. - Revenue and Operating Profit
- 2.2.2 News Corp. - Asset and Liabilities
- 2.2.3 News Corp. - Valuation
- 2.3 News Corp. - Key Competitors
- 3 News Corp. - Recent Developments
- 4 News Corp. - SWOT Analysis
- 4.1 News Corp. - SWOT Analysis - Overview
- 4.2 News Corp. - Strengths
- 4.3 News Corp. - Weaknesses
- 4.4 News Corp. - Opportunities
- 4.5 News Corp. - Threats
- 5 News Corp. - Company Statement
- 6 News Corp. - History
- 7 News Corp. - Key Employees
- 8 News Corp. - Key Employee Biographies
- 9 News Corp. - Locations and Subsidiaries
- 9.1 News Corp. - Head Office
- 9.2 News Corp. - Other Locations and Subsidiaries
- 10 Appendix
- 10.1 Methodology
- 10.2 Ratio Definitions
- 10.3 Disclaimer
- List of Tables
- Table 1: News Corp. - Major Products and Services
- Table 2: News Corp. - Key Ratios - Annual
- Table 3: News Corp. - Key Ratios - Interim
- Table 4: News Corp. - Key Capital Market Indicators
- Table 5: News Corp. - History
- Table 6: News Corp. - Key Employees
- Table 7: News Corp. - Key Employee Biographies
- Table 8: News Corp. - Subsidiaries
- List of Figures
- Figure 1: News Corp. - Revenue and Operating Profit
- Figure 2: News Corp. - Financial Position
- Figure 3: News Corp. - Valuation