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  1. Rebekah Brooks to Return to News Corp in U.K. (Report)

    5:19 am 3/2/2015

    The former CEO of the U.K. arm of Rupert Murdoch's publishing company was cleared of all charges in the phone-hacking trial.Read more

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  2. Rebekah Brooks to Run News Corp's Storyful (Report)

    10:35 am 3/1/2015

    In June 2014, she was found not guilty of all charges in the phone-hacking scandal.Read more

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  3. Rupert Murdoch Mocks 'Fifty Shades' Audience: "Middle-Aged Women's Groups"

    4:58 pm 2/14/2015

    He wasn't about to let the Universal film enjoy its huge opening weekend without a few jabs.Read more

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  4. Saudi Prince Alwaleed Cuts News Corp Stake

    3:33 am 2/4/2015

    His company has reduced its holding in Rupert Murdoch's company from 6.6 percent to 1 percent.Read more

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  5. 21st Century Fox: U.S. Won't Prosecute Over Hacking Scandal

    1:53 pm 2/2/2015

    News Corp has also been exonerated.Read more

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  6. Rupert Murdoch's 'The Sun' Denies It Is Dropping Topless Model Photos

    1:26 am 1/20/2015

    Critics have called the U.K. tabloid's page 3, which started using such pictures in 1970, sexist and anachronistic.Read more

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  7. HarperCollins Apologizes for Omitting Israel From Middle East Atlas

    7:31 am 1/2/2015

    The News Corp-owned publishing giant is removing the book from sale in all territoriesRead more

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  8. 'Rupert': Theater Review

    9:28 pm 11/30/2014

    James Cromwell stars as media titan Rupert Murdoch in David Williamson's cabaret-style bio-play, which follows its Sydney run with a transfer to London's West End next yearRead more

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  9. News Corp Buys 25 Percent Stake in Indian Real Estate Site Operator

    2:55 am 11/25/2014

    In its latest real-estate site deal, Rupert Murdoch's company pays $30 million for a stake in the parent of PropTiger.comRead more

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  10. Andy Coulson Released From Prison

    4:17 am 11/21/2014

    The former News of the World editor served nearly five months after being sentenced to 18 months in the phone-hacking trialRead more

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