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Topic: Rebekah Brooks

Dow Jones CEO Search Drags On

Company mum on replacing Les Hinton

A month since the phone-hacking scandal claimed Dow Jones & Co. CEO Les Hinton, his lack of successor is turning out to be another elephant in the room for News…

Rebekah Brooks Severs Ties With News Corp.

And many at her alma mater want to sever ties with her

After formally resigning from yet another four directorships—bringing the grand total to 23—Rebekah Brooks appears to have finally severed all ties with News Corp., says the Guardian’s Roy Greenslade. Brooks is…

Rebekah Brooks Resigns From 18 News Corp. Directorships

Remains a director at five more companies

There’s been a lot of buzz lately around Rebekah Brooks’ role at News International after it was discovered that she was still listed as a director of the company, and…

Former 'NOTW' Staffers Offered Fat Severance Pay

Could each receive more than a year's salary

So much for those new jobs. News Corp. seems to be going back on its promise to find all former News of the World employees new positions within the company…

Is Rebekah Brooks Still on News International's Payroll?

Disgraced former CEO still listed as director of the company

After resigning from her job, being arrested by police, and testifying before Parliament, it seems safe to assume that disgraced former News International CEO Rebekah Brooks would no longer be…

Former 'NOTW' Managing Editor Arrested

Stuart Kuttner had just returned to U.K. from U.S.

Former News of the World managing editor Stuart Kuttner has been arrested in connection with allegations of phone hacking and bribing police officers to leak sensitive information. Kuttner, who resigned from…

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.    

'NOTW' Implicated for Hacking in Another Murdered Girl Case

New revelations put Rebekah Brooks in further jeopardy

The Guardian is reporting that police believe Glenn Mulcaire, the investigator once employed by the News of the World who's at the center of the News Corp. hacking scandal, targeted…

Ex-'NOTW' Staffers Offered Jobs in Siberia, Dubai

Most posts are non-editorial and abroad

When News of the World shut its doors on July 10, former News International CEO Rebekah Brooks promised its 283 now-unemployed staffers that many would be offered new jobs within…

Murdoch Scandal Now Helping to Sell Lingerie in Germany

German lingerie maker Blush nakedly (or almost nakedly) piggybacks on the Murdoch and News International phone hacking scandal in new ads mocked up in News of the World style, complete…

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