James Murdoch Rebukes Trump’s Charlottesville Reaction, Pledges $1M To ADL And Gives Fox News A Pass
James Murdoch, the chief executive of Fox News’ parent company, 21st Century Fox and the son of Trump-whisperer Rupert Murdoch, has, “in a personal capacity,” condemned Trump’s remarks about the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville last week.
The soap opera otherwise known as Fox News continues this week, at least in the rumor mill.
If the latest skirmish between Donald Trump and Fox News is an embarrassment for Fox, Rupert Murdoch and his sons are seeing to it that Roger Ailes personally takes the blame.
Here's the latest on News Corporation CEO Rupert Murdoch's troubles in the U.K. where he denied to a British court that he's ever used his political power to get favorable treatment for his business interests. I sincerely hope we see some fallout
U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron may be in trouble, as the investigation into the Murdoch holdings show they were angling to use their influence with the U.K. government to their own commercial benefit—apparently illegally. And of course,
More trouble for Uncle Rupert and his son James as the inquiry into the hacking scandal continues. British Cabinet Minister Becomes Focus in Murdoch Inquiry: The long-running tabloid newspaper scandal that has shaken Rupert Murdoch’s global
Rupertgate Update - The Son Sets . . .for now. James Murdoch announced his resignation from News International in order to assume full-time duties at Newscorp overseeing Pay-TV operations. So they say.
Rupertgate Tuesday with new discoveries that James Murdoch was aware of the phone hacking scandal as early as 2008. A release of an e-mail which was sent to Murdoch by then-Editor of News Of The World Colin Myler regarding the extent of phone hacking at the Murdoch-owned tabloid.
News of the latest in the continuing Murdoch Saga. Word on the resignation of James Murdoch from Newscorp and the latest on the Leveson Inquiry into phone hacking, which extends beyond the Murdoch empire.
Nobody ever truly leaves the mafia, do they? James Murdoch has left the boards of operating companies overseeing News Corp.'s U.K. newspapers the Sun, the Times and the Sunday Times, according to British regulatory filings, which registered
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