Rupert Murdoch

Murdoch is a global player, and there comes a point when it is simply not worth his staying in Britain. He would be angry, very angry, but today Cameron holds more cards than Murdoch
Far from NOTW being the sole player it may well just be the first domino to fall. As outrageous as this whole drama has been, wouldn't it be reassuring if it started and ended with a single NI title?
Nobody has done more to bring the truth about phone hacking at the News of the World into the open than West Midlands MP Tom Watson.
Liberal Democrat Deputy Leader Simon Hughes today indicated he would vote with Labour to try and halt News Corp's takeover
For all the anger directed at the News of the World of late it might seem surprising that the final edition of the 168-year
Rupert Murdoch, the News Corp Chief Executive, has said the decision to close his paper News of The World was a "collective
The final edition of the News of the World is set to almost double its sales to five million copies and become a "collectors
FDR did not fear fear itself, nor Churchill the Third Reich. The Prime Minister should not fear facing down Rupert Murdoch, whose empire is, whisper it quietly, on the way out.
What the phonehacking scandal shows is that journalism, like every industry, harbours bad seeds. There are corrupt coppers, bent bankers and dodgy dustbin men.
News Corp Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch is expected to arrive in London today to take charge of the developing phone-hacking