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Rupert Murdoch can see all-digital N.Y. Post in 10 years - report

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REUTERS - Media mogul Rupert Murdoch can envision his tabloid newspaper the New York Post as an all-digital publication in 10 years, he said during an interview with Fortune magazine published on Thursday.

News Corp wins dismissal of U.S. lawsuit over phone hacking

NEW YORK - News Corp , its Chairman Rupert Murdoch and other top officials have won the dismissal of a U.S. lawsuit accusing them of defrauding shareholders by concealing widespread, illegal phone hacking at two of its British newspapers.

01 Apr 2014

Charlie Brooks hid his "smut" to protect his ex-Murdoch CEO wife

LONDON - Charlie Brooks, the husband of Rupert Murdoch's former British newspaper chief, told a London court on Monday he hid his porn collection from police investigating phone-hacking because he feared leaks to the press which would embarrass his wife.

31 Mar 2014

Prodigal son returns, Lachlan Murdoch back in News Corp

SYDNEY - Lachlan Murdoch's appointment to senior positions within his father Rupert Murdoch's media empire marks the return of the prodigal son.

World, 27 Mar 2014

Ex-Murdoch editor Brooks offered convicted phone-hacker a job

LONDON - Rebekah Brooks, the former boss of Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper arm, told her trial on Wednesday she offered a journalist convicted of phone-hacking a job to avoid the "publicity nightmare" of him going to an employment tribunal.

World, 27 Feb 2014

Murdoch's UK arm in phone-hacking cover-up, ex-reporter says

LONDON - A former tabloid reporter told a London court on Wednesday that Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper arm, News International, had been involved in a conspiracy to cover up phone-hacking and that he had lied about his own role to toe "the company line".

Tech, World, 29 Jan 2014

Ex-journalist admits hacking at Murdoch paper, rival Sunday Mirror

LONDON - A former journalist on Rupert Murdoch's now defunct News of the World tabloid and its rival Sunday Mirror has admitted conspiring to hack into hundreds of phones to get exclusive stories about celebrities.

Top News, World, 27 Jan 2014

Dow Jones CEO's abrupt exit throws strategy into doubt

NEW YORK - News Corp said Lex Fenwick was leaving as chief executive of Dow Jones, less than two years after taking the helm, an abrupt departure that calls into question the future of its news wires and other products aimed at financial institutions.

Business, 22 Jan 2014

Brooks asked for office "sweep" before hacking inquiry reopened

LONDON - Rebekah Brooks, the former head of Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper arm, asked for her office to be swept for listening devices the day before police reopened their investigation into phone-hacking, a London court heard on Monday.

Tech, Top News, World, 13 Jan 2014

Brooks approved Prince William bikini pic payment - court

LONDON - Rebekah Brooks, the former head of Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper business, authorised an illegal 4,000-pound payment for a picture of Prince William dressed as a "James Bond girl" and wearing a bikini, a London court was told on Thursday.

World, Top News 05 Dec 2013

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