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nytimes.com
Rupert Murdoch's Move to Close Newspaper Is Greeted With Suspicion - NYTimes.com

  The British media establishment, Facebook and Twitter users and even Mr. Murdoch’s own employees questioned his move. Some said it was a ploy to salvage government approval of the News Corporation’s potentially lucrative controlling stake in the satellite company British Sky Broadcasting, or BSkyB. Others saw it as merely a rebranding. By JENNIFER PRESTON and JEREMY W. PETERS

ign.com
No Man's Sky Developer Settles Lawsuit With Sky TV

“After a legal dispute with Sky TV, No Man’s Sky developer Hello Games has secured the rights to include the word ‘Sky’ in the title of its ambitious space exploration game.

Studio founder Sean Murray shared the news in a post on Twitter, saying:

Yay! We finally settled with Sky (they own the word “Sky”). We can call our game No Man’s Sky. 3 years of secret stupid legal nonsense over.

In a subsequent post, Murray noted the dispute was with 'the same folks who made Microsoft change Skydrive to Onedrive… so it was pretty serious.’ Back in 2013, the British Sky Broadcasting Group entered in a trademark dispute with Microsoft, forcing the company to rebrand its cloud storage service.”