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Rupert Murdoch tried to buy Time Warner for $80bn. No deal, yet
He remains “determined” though.
Rebekah Brooks says she has been 'vindicated'
In her first comments since Tuesday’s verdict, the one-time head of Murdoch’s British newspaper arm said her thoughts were with colleagues still facing legal action.
Phone hacking jury dismissed after failing to reach a verdict on extra charges
Assistant Commissioner Cressida Dick, who oversaw the investigation, said it was not “an attack on press freedom”.
UK newspapers go to court to block press regulation system
The publishers are seeking an injunction over a new charter drawn up by Britain’s three main political parties after their proposals for a self-regulation were rejected.
More texts between David Cameron and Rebekah Brooks emerge
In the texts, Cameron praises a horse he rode while Brooks tells him that she cried during his speech at a Conservative Party conference.
Editor of Irish Sun to leave amid 'significant changes'
Mick McNiffe, who has edited the paper since 2005, will be replaced – for now – by an assistant editor from the British edition.
Rebekah Brooks 'received £7m pay-off'
Latest reports say that Brooks received the pay-off after she resigned from News International last year.
Hacking scandal: Journalists come to defence of arrested Sun reporter
A Sun journalist was arrested in a dawn raid in London this morning.
Glenn Mulcaire must reveal who ordered him to hack phones
Britain’s Supreme Court has ruled that Mulcaire, who was jailed in 2007 for hacking phone messages, must reveal who ordered him to listen in on the voicemails.
Leveson: Brooks texted Cameron 'We're definitely in this together'
The inquiry into media ethics in the UK heard evidence from the British Prime Minister today as the close relationship between David Cameron and senior News International figures came under scrutiny.
Woman arrested in London in connection with phone hacking scandal
The 42-year-old woman has been arrested on suspicion of money laundering offences.
Blackmail and night-vision pics: George Michael shares his NotW experiences
The singer criticised the authorities for failing to “genuinely prosecute” journalists who break the law.
Rebekah Brooks was hacked by NoTW while editing sister paper The Sun
The Leveson inquiry today heard evidence from one police investigator who said the former News International chief executive was targeted on a weekly basis.
James Murdoch steps down as executive chair of News International
The son of media tycoon Rupert Murdoch had been under considerable pressure over the ongoing phone hacking scandal.
Scotland Yard loaned a police horse to Rebekah Brooks
The former editor of the Sun and the News of the World was lent the retired horse for two years by the Metropolitan Police.
Charlotte Church 'sickened and disgusted' by actions uncovered in phone hacking case
The singer has settled her case against publishers of the now-defunct News of the World for £600k and a public apology.
Roy Keane and Glenda Gilson for new Irish Sun on Sunday
Some familiar faces from News of the World and Irish Sun pop up in Sunday edition due to be launched this weekend.
The Sun to launch new Sunday version this weekend
The new paper will fill the gap left when The News of the World closed last summer at the height of the hacking scandal.
Murdoch to staff: 'Sun on Sunday will launch very soon'
An email sent by Rupert Murdoch to staff at The Sun confirms that far from being closed, the paper will be turning seven-day.
Rupert Murdoch flies to UK to deal with escalating newspaper crisis
A number of senior staff at The Sun have been arrested in recent weeks in connection with payments to public officials.
Five 'Sun' journalists arrested in police bribery investigation
Staff at the paper are said to be fearing for their futures after five senior contributors were arrested by London police.
British MP claims 'Sunday Sun' to launch in April
Labour MP Tom Watson has made the claim today. News International has declined to comment.
Politicians, celebs and sports stars among those to settle hacking claims
News International admitted it paid a private investigator to hack phones and blag information about a number of high profile figures in the UK who received compensation yesterday.
Rupert Murdoch: still struggling to use Twitter (and his own app)
The fledging tweeter, 80, is still only getting the hang of microblogging. He posts a link from his own app – which doesn’t work.
"Vacations great time for thinking": Rupert Murdoch joins Twitter
The CEO of News Corporation, Rupert Murdoch, appears to have joined Twitter – a verified account in his name was set up yesterday. But what has he been tweeting about?
Murdoch says he received crucial hacking emails - but he didn't read them
James Murdoch received emails indicating phone hacking at the News of The World went beyond one reporter but he maintains he did not read them.
James Murdoch resigns from the boards of Times and Sun
Rupert Murdoch’s son has stepped down from the boards of News Group Newspapers Limited and Times Newspapers Limited.
Celebrities to testify at UK phone hacking inquiry
Public figures including Hugh Grant, JK Rowling and Sienna Miller are to appear alongside other alleged phone hacking victims including Madeleine McCann’s father.
Scale of phone hacking at News International becoming clearer
Today was the opening day of the Leveson inquiry into press standards. It was told that evidence showed at least 28 News International staff were named in notes belonging to private investigator Glenn Mulcaire.
Watch: Murdoch rejects 'mafia' assertion in evidence to MPs
The News Corporation came under heavy attack as he gave more evidence to MPs today.
James Murdoch to appear before MPs to answer more hacking questions
Murdoch is due to answer questions about evidence he gave in July which has subsequently been contradicted.
Hacking: documents put pressure on James Murdoch
News International’s James Murdoch will face more questions from MPs next Thursday.
The Daily Fix: Friday
In tonight’s Fix: meets the presidential candidates; the latest from Libya; and why you should be VERY careful while shopping for wine.
Murdoch to pay £2 million to Dowler family
News International has agreed to pay £2 million pounds to the family of the murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler, and to donate a further £1 million to charities chosen by the family.
Milly Dowler's family offered £3m settlement by News International
The sum is one of the largest settlements ever considered by a news organisation – and reflects how the News of the World interfered with a police investigation and gave the Dowler family false hope that the schoolgirl was still alive.
News International close to settlement with Dowler family
The family of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler has reportedly been offered a £2m-plus compensation settlement by News International.
James Murdoch faces more questions amid new hacking saga developments
Murdoch junior must answer more questions from MPs, it has emerged, on another day of new developments in the phone hacking saga that has rocked the Rupert Murdoch-owned News Corporation.
News International to shed 110 jobs over next year
Rupert Murdoch’s UK newspaper publisher will drop the workers between now and July – but won’t say if Irish staff are to go.