“Rupert,” a stage play about the life of News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch, opened Thursday in Australia. The Melbourne Theatre Company production, written by prominent Aussie playwright David…
British politicians have finally agreed tough new U.K. press regulations that could cost offending newspapers up to £1 million ($1.5 million) in fines.
LONDON -- News Intl.'s former legal eagle Tom Crone was arrested Thursday by U.K. police investigating phone hacking at the now defunct News of the World newspaper.
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After much speculation, News Corp. has named veteran Washington attorney Gerson Zweifach its senior exec VP and group general counsel.
Rupert Murdoch is likely to make a personal donation to charity of £1 million ($1.57 million) as part of a settlement being agreed with the family of one of the victims of phone hacking by the News…