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Topic: James Murdoch

News International to Sell U.K. HQ

Sale of Wapping site 'a break with the past'

Rupert Murdoch’s News International is selling its headquarters in Wapping, East London, where the company has been based for the last 25 years. Staff from The Sun, The Times, and…

James Murdoch Rejects $6 Million Bonus

News Corp. executive cites hacking scandal in refusing money

James Murdoch appears to be taking the high road come payday. On Friday afternoon, the News Corp. executive—son of media titan Rupert Murdoch—turned down his annual bonus only hours after…

Amid Scandal, News Corp. Board Members Resign

VC star Thomas Perkins and longtime Murdoch associate ending long tenures

After two particularly rough months of scandal at News Corp., two of its independent directors are stepping down. On Friday, News Corp. announced that Thomas Perkins and Kenneth Cowley are both…

Video: Michael Wolff in London

Things are not looking good for Rupert and James

Michael Wolff reports live from Ground Zero of the "Murdochalypse." The view from across the pond?  Things are not looking good for Rupert and James.    

James Murdoch 'Likely' to Remain BSkyB Head

Some board members have given him their support

James Murdoch is “likely” to remain head of British Sky Broadcasting after gaining the support of the company’s key independent director, Nick Ferguson, reports the Guardian. Murdoch’s future at the…

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Is This the End for James Murdoch?

Former staffers say he read incriminating email

Editors' note: This is a breaking news story, and is being updated as events warrant.  Former News of the World editor Colin Myler and former News international legal manager Tom Crone…

News Corp. to Stop Paying Phone Hacker's Legal Fees

Company decides to stop payments for Glenn Mulcaire

After Rupert Murdoch said in Tuesday’s Parliamentary hearing that he would be willing to stop paying legal fees for Glenn Mulcaire, the private investigator found guilty of phone hacking while…

Murdochs, Brooks Testify Before Parliament

'Adweek' reports on the hearing into phone hacking

Today's a big day for Rupert Murdoch and his son James; they're scheduled to testify before a parliamentary committee about the phone hacking scandal engulfing their News Corp. empire. The…

News Corp. PR Kicks Into High Gear

Brooks out, Rupert apologizing in ad

After initially dismissing the massive importance of the News International hacking claims, News Corp. seems to have finally accepted that the scandal isn’t going away anytime soon and has begun…

News International CEO Rebekah Brooks Resigns

Will be replaced by Sky Italia CEO Tom Mockridge

News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks has resigned after facing intense pressure from British lawmakers and the public over the News of the World hacking scandal, reports The Guardian. Brooks…

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