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  1. Phone Hacking: More Compensation Claims Expected Against News Corp.'s News International (Report)

    9:15 am 9/7/2012

    Rupert Murdoch's British publishing division is on the receiving end of 68 new civil claims lodged in British high court.Read more

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  2. Phone Hacking: News International Moves To Throw A Case Out of Court Rather Than Settle

    8:20 am 9/6/2012

    The News Corp. subsidiary says case involving Elle Macpherson's former financial adviser Mary-Ellen Field has "no legal merit."Read more

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  3. Phone Hacking: Police Chief Overseeing Investigation Changes

    7:22 am 9/4/2012

    Scotland Yard's deputy assistant commissioner Sue Akers retires in October paving the way for fresh police chief to sniff out wrong-doing at Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. division.Read more

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  4. Rupert Murdoch Tweets His Support for Prince Harry

    1:53 am 8/26/2012

    The media mogul urges everyone to give the royal "a break" after his News International publishing division's The Sun tabloid prints the pictures of the naked prince.Read more

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  5. News International CEO Discusses News Corp. Split, Possible Newspaper Sales

    1:50 am 7/30/2012

    Tom Mockridge, who is seen as a possible CEO of the publishing company after the planned split of the conglomerate, says he is "just a foot soldier."Read more

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  6. Phone Hacking: Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson Face Criminal Charges

    4:26 am 7/24/2012

    The ex-CEO of News Corp.'s News International U.K. newspaper arm and the former News of The World editor will be charged over phone hacking.Read more

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  7. Rupert Murdoch's News International Changes 'Culture and Practice'

    9:24 am 7/23/2012

    British police chief Sue Akers says News Corp’s Internal Management and Standards committee has supplied significant evidence leading to “very substantial” arrests.Read more

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  8. 'Significant' E-Mail From News International Exec Emerges During Phone-Hacking Court Case (Report)

    9:17 am 7/18/2012

    Email described in British high court as being of "enormous significance to the scandal engulfing the News Corp. owned publishing arm.Read more

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  9. Top U.K. Media Regulator Says Editors Should Not be Part of Newspaper Complaints Procedures

    10:02 am 7/12/2012

    Ofcom chief Ed Richards tells the Leveson inquiry it would be an unworkable idea to have those regulated deciding on complaints about them.Read more

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  10. U.K. Press Complaints Body Looks To Avoid Fresh Laws

    9:41 am 7/9/2012

    The new regulatory body stems in part from the phone-hacking scandal that engulfed Rupert Murdoch's News International.Read more

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