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Stephen Foster: The future's online but Rupert Murdoch shows print isn't dead as Times Newspapers turn a profit
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Focus on Digital Starts to Pay Off For U.K. Newspaper Brands

Legacy publishers who focus on digital have been offered a glimmer of hope as Rupert Murdoch's The Times and The Sunday Times recently announced a profit for the first time in 13 years. In the year to June 2014, the two newspapers made $2.7 ... Advertising Age, 1 day ago

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Murdoch's Sydney siege tweet triggers uproar

KOLKATA: Rupert Murdoch is at the receiving end again! Celebrities and netizens have taken on media baron Rupert Murdoch for his tweet congratulating one of his publications for its timely coverage of the Sydney terror attack. 'AUST gets wake-call ...
 Times of India1 day ago Siege puts spotlight on Australia's immigrant debate  Globe and Mail1 day ago Rupert Murdoch Celebrates Harrowing Sydney Siege  Vocativ1 day ago Bye Rupert Chrome Extension Blocks All News Corp Australia Sites  Lifehacker Australia20 hours ago
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Murdoch's Sky Risks Losing Pay-TV Crown to Newly Powerful BT

Rupert Murdoch's Sky (SKY) Plc has dominated British pay-TV for almost 25 years, but the emergence of BT Group Plc as an ambitious new competitor threatens to bring its rule to an end. BT, the former U.K. phone monopoly, had already encroached on ...
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Rupert Murdoch Blasted For 'Insensitive' Tweet Over Bloody Outcome of Sydney Siege

The daughter of former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd, Jessica Rudd, also responded to Murdoch's tweet with "Good grief." The Independent said Murdoch may have seen the outcome as a chance to praise the Australian daily for being the first to ...
 International Business Times Australia9 hours ago Murdoch Called 'Sick Man' for Insensitive Tweet about Sydney Siege  International Business Times India1 day ago Rupert Murdoch's insensitive siege tweet  New Zealand Herald1 day ago Murdoch's insensitive siege tweet  New Zealand Herald1 day ago

Murdoch Harangued On Twitter For 'Gloating' Sydney Siege Tweet

Amid the tragic denouement of the Australian hostage siege , one man found reason for glee. Rupert Murdoch, the increasingly befuddled media kingpin, whose News Corp owns the Australian Daily Telegraph in Sydney, tweeted congratulations to his ...
 Huffington Post UK23 hours ago Backlash After Murdoch Sends 'Gloating' Tweet About Sydney Siege  Huffington Post UK23 hours ago
Business Insider

Some Info On The Scale Of News Corp's Advertising Profits Just Leaked (NWS)

Last year, a bunch of News Corp's biggest advertisers went to war against Rupert Murdoch's company, filing a lawsuit alleging they had been overcharged for advertising. Buried in the legal filings is a curious fact: News Corp's gross profit margins ...
 Austin American Statesman5 days ago Some Info On The Scale Of Murdoch's Advertising Profits Just Leaked  Business Insider5 days ago
Variety

James Murdoch Says 21st Century Fox has 'Clear Succession Plan'

As media barons like Sumner Redstone and Rupert Murdoch began to show more mileage, questions of succession at the companies they run inevitably arise. James Murdoch is no stranger to that kind of speculation. The 21st Century Fox co-chief ...
 Variety1 week ago James Murdoch not ready to ditch cable TV for Internet just yet  Los Angeles Times1 week ago James Murdoch Touts Studio Success, Talks Succession  Hollywood Reporter1 week ago
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Ex-News of the World editor admits to hacking

A former features editor of the now defunct Rupert Murdoch-owned 'News of the World' tabloid in the UK today pleaded guilty to conspiring to hack phones. Jules Stenson, 48, entered his guilty plea at a case management hearing at the Old Bailey ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago Ex-News of the World Editor Pleads Guilty to Hacking Phones  Outlook India5 days ago Ex-editor at Murdoch tabloid jailed for phone-hacking  Business Standard1 month ago Ex-News of the World news editor admits phone hacking  Times of India2 months ago
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Could your leadership style be influencing bad behaviour?

Rupert Murdoch says he was "shocked, appalled and ashamed" to discover his employees were hacking phones. But did his leadership contribute to the practice? T he scandal of journalists within the News Corp empire hacking into dozens of mobile telephones ...
 Forbes India5 days ago Former Murdoch UK news editor jailed for phone-hacking  Reuters1 month ago Ex-Murdoch British editor admits phone-hacking  Business Standard2 months ago Clooney to make film about British phone hacking scandal  Citizen.co.za1 week ago
Smart House

Sony Hack: What George Clooney Said About Rupert Murdoch

Clooney's next directorial effort will be Hack Attack, an adaptation of journalist Nick Davies' book on the UK phone hacking scandal surrounding Rupert Murdoch's News Of The World Scandal that has already seen former News Corporation staff jailed. ...
 Smart House3 days ago Exclusive: Shocking Sony Hack Reveals  Austin American Statesman5 days ago
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