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News International is in negotiations to relocate its London headquarters to The Place, the 430,000 sq ft office development at London Bridge.
News Corp is to set up a 180,000 sq ft office at the Thomas More scheme in London, in order to relocate parts of its media business from the nearby Wapping headquarters.
News Corporation is to consolidate its various media and publishing operations at a new complex at its 20-acre site in Wapping by 2012, having dropped plans to relocate to the City of London.
News International has acquired Propertyfinder, the online classified advertising business, for £14m.
News International has sold The Times Educational Supplement and The Times Higher Educational Supplement to Exponent Private Equity for £235m.
News International is said to be considering plans to build a new £600m printing plant in the Greater London area by 2010.
News International is planning to relocate its editorial offices to a new building on a lorry park site next to its Wapping headquarters.
News International is planning to relocate its central Peterborough facility to a 40,000 sq ft office at Cygnet Park.
News International is to set up an administration headquarters at a 30,000 sq ft office being built in Chandlers Ford near Southampton.
News International has sold its Bun.com internet service provider to World Online for undisclosed terms, in order to focus its internet operations on e-commerce and online content.
News International has acquired NTL's compression technology business, which will be called Digi-Media Vision.