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Top 7 Father-Son Business Mogul Pairs
The pressures of being the son of a mogul can be many: not being able to choose your own career, expectations to follow in big footsteps, and the suspicion that nepotism is the reason for your success. On the other hand, you could be the son of mega-investor Carl Icahn. Icahn gave $3 billion to his
Murdoch Hacking Scandal Results in Eight People Charged
Paul McCartney was considered fair game. So was his estranged wife Heather Mills. So was Jude Law and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. After more than a year in the headlines, eight of Rupert Murdoch 's reporters and editors in Britain have been charged with hacking the voicemails of more than 600
Eight Charged in Murdoch Hacking Scandal
Paul McCartney was considered fair game, so was his estranged wife Heather Mills So was Jude Law and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. After more than a year in the headlines, eight of Rupert Murdoch’s reporters and editors here in Britain have been charged with...
James Murdoch Testifies in Leveson Inquiry in U.K.
Rupert Murdoch and his son James are appearing before a British inquiry about press standards less than a year after being questioned at a parliamentary special committee over evidence of phone hacking at the defunct tabloid News of the World. The widening hacking scandal rocked the media and
Murdoch UK Hacking Scandal Comes to America
The hacking scandal rocking media mogul Rupert Murdoch's British tabloids is coming to America. High-profile British attorney Mark Lewis is planning for the first time to sue in the United States on behalf of alleged hacking victims, his office confirms. The legal action would be the first to
Rebekah Brooks Re-arrested In Hacking Probe
In an early morning raid, the British Metropolitan Police today re-arrested Rebekah Brooks, Rupert Murdoch’s former top executive of News International. Brooks was being questioned by police officers and her premises searched. Six people were picked up including Brook’s husband, Charlie Brooks, who
James Murdoch Steps Down From News International
Rupert Murdoch’s son, James Murdoch, has stepped down from his position as executive chairman of News International, News Corporation’s UK publishing unit that has been rocked by a phone hacking scandal and police investigation. James Murdoch will focus on expanding News Corp.’s international ...
Hugh Grant Testifies He Was Phone-Hacked By Brit Tabloid in 2007
Actor Accuses Britain's Mail on Sunday of Creating Story Based on Voicemails
Murdoch, Sons Draw Substantial Negative Vote
Angry Shareholders Cast Ballots Against Murdochs, But They Hang Onto Power at News Corp.
Rupert Murdoch, Sons Reelected to News Corp. Board
Rupert Murdoch and his sons James and Lachlan were reelected the News Corp. board of directors today amid the fallout from a hacking scandal at its UK newspapers. "News Corporation announced that all Directors were elected, the advisory vote was in favor of executive compensation, and the other