• MySpace

    Another Thing To Clutter Up MySpace Pages

    Now Fox can take its headlines directly from the Onion, rather than the two entities constantly parroting each other (albeit one unintentionally). The Onion has cast its lot in the social networking sphere and tied its fate to MySpace, which may be the punchline in the vegetable’s comical history of trying to penetrate the social […]

    / Aug 8, 2007 at 1:08 PM
  • Dow Jones, just do it, MySpace, Newspapers, Rupert Murdoch, Wall Street Journal

    News Corp Will Be Victorious Unless MySpace Founder Has Something To Say About It?

    This is a list of people who we respectfully submit are liars: CNBC’s David Faber,’s Nat Worden, and Reuters. We believe these entities to be capital ‘L’ small ‘i’ small ‘a’ small ‘r’s because among them they share the distinction of having reported or re-reported this morning that there will be an official announcement […]

    / Jul 31, 2007 at 10:57 AM
  • FaceBook, MySpace, Rupert Murdoch, Yahoo

    Yahoo Wants a MySpace Account

    After activist shareholders pushed Terry Semel out of Yahoo last week, his successor Jerry Yang needs to raise the floundering search engine’s advertising revenue quickly or re-don his jester cap as Chief Yahoo. Social networking is the obvious answer and after a potential Yahoo-Facebook deal fell apart earlier this year, Rupert Murdoch is the man […]

    / Jun 21, 2007 at 1:17 PM
  • Companies, Dow Jones, MySpace

    Another guy who isn’t buying Dow Jones

    On the stage of comic Dow Jones bidding foils, enter Brad Greenspan (pictured, really leveling with us), otherwise known as the guy who owned the nest that MySpace hatched in. That is until Rupert Murdoch stole the hatchling for 0.1x, which is something ‘Beenspan’ is more than a little bitter about. Beenspan outlined his vendetta […]

    / Jun 21, 2007 at 11:13 AM
  • MySpace, Private Equity

    THX 4 THE ADD, PE!!!

    Until recently, we’d been vehemently opposed to MySpace. We were never really that into FaceBook either but were peer pressured into opening an account (you know how it is) back in late ’04 when we were young and it was in its heyday. Let’s be honest—the two sites exist solely for the purpose of facilitating […]

    / Feb 13, 2007 at 9:43 AM
  • MySpace, News Corp

    MySpace Founder Says News Corp Purchase Was A Scam

    We always thought the ubiquitous Tom was the founder of MySpace. He’s everyone’s first friend on the site, but apparently Tom was just the public face. The real founder was Brad Greenspan, at least according to Brad Greenspan. What’s more Greenspan says the sale of MySpace to News Corp. was a criminal act, accomplished by […]

    / Oct 5, 2006 at 2:01 PM
  • MySpace

    What Is MySpace Worth?

    Can we take a break from all this Hewlett-Packard business for a minute and talk about MySpace? We first heard about MySpace when one of our favorite rock-and-roll lawyers posted a bulletin to her friendster account announcing, “I’m outta here! Check me out on MySpace suckers!” In the couple of years since then MySpace has […]

    / Sep 28, 2006 at 1:15 PM

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