"How do we make sure our voice is being heard?"
Thanks to a snitch.
News International CEO had steered it through the phone hacking scandal.
Even investors in the U.S. are trying to sue.
The iPad tabloid will be reevaluated soon, according to insiders.
Anti-Murdoch lawyer Mark Lewis is due in town on Monday.
News Corp. could launch a national sports network by the end of the year.
The former prime minister and his wife, Cherie, are close personal friends of the Murdochs.
The CNN host and former tabloid editor gave very careful answers today.
The Bugle got dropped, but for financial reasons, supposedly.
The News International boss still says he didn't know how bad the phone hacking was.
There's been a slight correction in the Milly Dowler phone-hacking case, details of which shut down the 'News of the World'.
Ricky Van Veen tells a particularly amusing anecdote about former "Page Six" writer Neel Shah and a pair of "short pants."
Which is odd, because they've already got their own pay-wall system.
Not that $350 million is so shabby.
The irascible old Aussie just wants more money. Can you blame him?
Reports out this morning have the Fox News titan on the outs with the Murdoch family, and therefore out at the media conglomerate. But don't bet on it.
His papers will be just fine without it, thanks.