Murdoch Lets Loose on Strike, Recession

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NEW YORK News Corp. chairman and CEO Rupert Murdoch on Thursday predicted a U.S. recession, commented on the writers’ strike, took shots at Hillary Clinton and the Financial Times and joked about the importance of his newly acquired Wall Street Journal not getting scooped—and all that within a couple of hours.

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