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Hertz Global Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:HTZ) shares decreased 1.34% to $22.76. The company on Oct. 2 published its 2012 Sustainability Report as part of its Living Journey strategy. The report highlights results and achievements of the company's integration of sustainability best practices across its global operations, positioning Hertz as a leader in Sustainable Mobility and Equipment Solutions.
Additionally, the company on Sept. 25 announced the expansion of its Dream Cars with the introduction of the all-electric Tesla Model S in the U.S. With the expansion, consumers in select markets are now able to rent both the Tesla Model S and Tesla Roadster, along with a variety of other high-end performance vehicles, from Ferrari to Lamborghini to Porsche and Mercedes Benz, offered in Hertz's Dream Cars, a line of ultra-high-end performance vehicles that redefine the premium car rental experience.
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News Corp(NASDAQ:NWSA) shares gained 0.44% to $15.91. The company on Sept. 21 reported $506 million in net income for the year ended June 30, when Chairman Rupert Murdoch split the operation from his entertainment business. The profit, which amounted to 87 cents a share, compared with a loss of $2.08 billion, or $3.58, the previous fiscal year, the New York-based company said in a regulatory filing yesterday. Revenue climbed 2.7 percent to $8.89 billion.
Additionally, Southeastern Asset Management Inc. (NWS), the investment firm that joined Carl Icahn in opposing Dell Inc. (DELL)’s buyout, acquired a 12 percent voting stake in News Corp., making it the largest shareholder after Chairman Rupert Murdoch. The 23.8 million-share Class B stake, disclosed in a regulatory filing on Sept. 11, is valued at about $397 million, based on a closing price of $16.72. The investment accounts for about a 4.1 percent economic interest in New York-based News Corp., the publishing business split off in June from Murdoch’s film and television division.
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