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Does Murdoch's HarperCollins Move Presage A Sale?

Posted at 8:10AM Tuesday 03 Jul 2012

Does HarperCollins' separation from the film and TV side of Rupert Murdoch's empire make it more or less likely to be sold? It's a question many are asking as the publishing industry digests News Corp's announcement that HarperCollins will now sit with Murdoch's newspapers, including the UK Times and the Wall Street Journal, in a separate business away from his profitable film and TV operations, including 20th Century Fox and Fox News.

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