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British MPs: Rupert Murdoch 'not fit' to run global firm

News Corporation's Rupert Murdoch is "not a fit person" to run an international company, British lawmakers have said. ... Read more»

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Rebekah Brooks

Ex-Murdoch editor arrested in UK phone-hacking scandal

Rebekah Brooks, the former News of the World editor, and her husband were among six people arrested by British police in dawn raids Tuesday connected with the News of the World phone-hacking scandal.... Read more»

Cracks in the worldwide Murdoch empire

James Murdoch stepped down as News International executive chairman Wednesday morning over allegations of bribery at The Sun. This is just the latest in a series of tumultuous events surrounding News Corporation.... Read more»

5 Sun newspaper workers arrested in bribery sweep

Global media baron Rupert Murdoch pledged to not close The Sun newspaper after five of its staff were arrested Saturday morning in London on suspicion of bribery.... Read more»

Murdoch, sons re-elected to News Corp. board

Rupert Murdoch apologized for the phone hacking scandal, but defended his company against angered investors at the News Corporation's shareholder meeting on Friday, the New York Times reports.... Read more»1

News Corp. redacted embarrassing hacking document

New documents published today cast doubt on News Corporation’s claims that top executives and editors at the now-defunct News of the World were unaware of widespread phone hacking at the paper.... Read more»


Why Foreign Corrupt Practices Act may be News Corp.'s next worry

The allegations against News Corp. of wide-scale corruption and obstruction of justice could violate a much bigger law than hacking: the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act.... Read more»

News Corp. lawyers up with ex-federal prosecutors

The embattled media conglomerate News Corporation and its independent directors have not only hired top criminal defense lawyers, they’ve also hired former Justice Department prosecutors well-versed in U.S. bribery law.... Read more»

Think again

Rupert, we hardly knew ye

The scandal facing the Murdoch empire that has dominated media news has certainly been riveting. But has it taught us anything we didn't already know?... Read more»

Cameron says he regrets hiring ex-Murdoch man

British Prime Minister David Cameron has told the British parliament that he wishes he had never hired former News of the World editor Andy Coulson as his communications director. (With video.)... Read more»

Murdoch calls inquiry appearance 'most humble day'

Rupert Murdoch described an appearance before British lawmakers Tuesday to answer questions over alleged phone hacking by News of the World as "the most humble day of my life."... Read more»

Phone hacking whistleblower found dead

A former News of the World journalist who made allegations about phone hacking at the tabloid newspaper has been found dead, police say. ... Read more»


Murdoch scandal grows with another top cop resigning

Britain's phone hacking scandal enters its third week with no sign of slowing down. Sunday, came two bomb-shells.... Read more»

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The Murdoch empire's heart of darkness

The fact that Murdoch and company have long been running a massive operation that has been, metaphorically speaking, criminally negligent when it comes to reporting the truth is all but unarguable.... Read more»

London's top cop resigns over Murdoch phone hacking scandal

Scotland Yard Commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson resigned Sunday as the News of the World phone hacking scandal continued to unfold. ... Read more»

News Corp. ex-head Rebekah Brooks arrested

Rebekah Brooks, who resigned Friday as News International's chief executive amid the News of the World phone hacking scandal, has reportedly been arrested. (with video)... Read more»

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