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British Parliament Wants to Speak With Rupert Murdoch Once Again

Rupert Murdoch, chairman and chief executive officer of News Corp., left, and his wife Wendi Deng arrive for the morning session at the Allen & Co. Media and Technology Conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, U.S., on Thursday, July 12, 2012. Media moguls gathered at the annual Allen & Co. conference have spent recent years contemplating how to cope with technology companies drawing audiences away from television and movies.
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The News Corp. chief has been asked to relive what he called “the most humble day of my life” following the release of a secret recording in which Murdoch downplayed the investigation of his company’s scandals and claimed the bribing of police officers “existed at every newspaper in Fleet Street.” This time, though, he won’t have Wendi to protect him.

British Parliament Wants Rupert Murdoch Again