Pre-Marketing: Breaking up News Corp.

June 26, 2012, 2:53 PM UTC

* Murdokinesis… News Corp. may split in two

* Prison dispatch: Musings of a hedge fund con man

* Blade Runner at 30: Which predictions have come true?

* Hamish McKenzie: Chinese tech IPO are dead. Long live M&A.

* More McClendon: Chesapeake and rival plotted to suppress land prices

* Morning Call: U.S. futures point higher, European shares retreat and the Nikkei keeps sinking.

* Steve Waldman: Stabilizing prices is immoral

* Rankings: Presidents as economists-in-chief

* IPO substitute? Gogo secures $135 million credit facility

* Enviros: Furor at steel tycoon Rennert’s bankruptcy ‘ploy’

* Flipboard’s Mike McCue: “Never say never” to being acquired

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* Photo of the Day: Superheros aren’t immune to economic hardship

* Tweet of the Day: @levie The best part about getting acquired by Microsoft is free MS Office Licenses for life! Followed by the $1.2 Billion.

* Tweet of the Day II: @mattyglesias: Thanks to Montana ruling, business will finally have the chance to influence the political process.

* Oregon treasurer Ted Wheeler: “If Oregon had not been invested in private equity over the past decade–and had put those dollars into the regular stock market instead–it would have translated into an estimated $4 billion less in earnings–$400 million per year.”