And not just phone hacking-related.
Someone at News Corp.'s marketing unit hacked the website of a small rival that sold ads in supermarket aisles. No one ever tried to find out who did it — until now.
A London theater company is staging an experimental show based on the News Corp. scandal.
It's another headache for Rupert Murdoch.
Why should the U.K. have all the fun?
Media moguls duel.
The News Corp. exec will face more questions from parliament, as expected.
Glenn Mulcaire is being forced to name names.
Jonnie Marbles says he's a celeb behind bars.
Unless that's not you.
At least in the "short-term."
The newly appointed special adviser has dealt with the company's issues before.
A quiz was sent to subscribers.
These guys, they'll hack anything.
Just put all that in a nice stack on your desk to the left of your computer and we'll come pick it up, okay?
It's a little unclear what this means.
Those industrious Germans.
Two News Corp. execs say he wasn't truthful about the extent of his Hackgate knowledge.