The network is sure to put on a brave face as it enters broadcasts without its top-rated host, but its dominance over cable TV news may never be the same.
As the mothership struggles, the country's fifth-biggest broadcaster, with its dozen digital properties, aims to be in the vanguard of a hot, new-again business model: e-shopping.
The company delivers a strong IPO amid enthusiasm for its leading position in a hot cloud software market. But it needs to be careful lest it end up like Nutanix.
21st Century Fox still needs to get approval from U.K. regulators before it can close the $14.2 billion acquisition of the satellite TV and internet provider.