You've probably heard the old saying that the best way to make a small fortune in Formula One racing is to start with a big fortune. The Telegraph in the UK is reporting that Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. may be looking to put that saying to the test, as the media empire is reportedly engaged in early talks to take over the popular global racing series. The talks reportedly also include Sauber sponsor Carlos Slim, who happens to be among the richest men in the world, and companies connected to at
News Corp's green initiative continues to make the news this week. We told you about how the Fox network's primetime stalwart, 24, will green itself this season by using biodiesel, renewable energy credits, hybrid vehicles, and more to reduce the show's environmental footprint. Well, Fox is also the broadcast home of the Primetime Emmy Awards this year, and the network is embracing the green approach there as well.
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