Murdoch would prefer investing News Corp’s billions in US than UK

The News Corp's chief executive and chairman, however, claimed that the move had ‘nothing whatsoever’ to do with phone hacking at the News of the World.

Murdoch Empire must be broken: Miliband

Targeting the British Prime Minister during a speech of the Labour's National Policy Forum in Birmingham, Miliband alleged that Cameron "does not stand up to the rich and powerful".

Murdochs to appear before Leveson Inquiry

News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch and his son James will give evidence next week to Britain`s media ethics inquiry.

Murdoch hacking case: UK singer gets 600,000 pound

Singer Charlotte Church, who had sued
Rupert Murdoch`s now defunct News of the World for hacking her

Illegal cash culture at Murdoch`s Sun tabloid

Appearing before the Leveson Inquiry into the
culture, practices and ethics of the British press deputy assistant commissioner at Scotland Yard, said there was a culture at The Sun of illegal payments.

Phone hacking: Murdoch pays out millions of pounds

Media baron Rupert Murdoch`s group
on Thursday agreed to a multi-million pounds settlement
with high-profile victims.

Mick Jagger to play Murdoch like figure in acting return venture

Frontman for rock legends The Rolling Stones, Mick Jagger is set to return to acting by playing a media mogul in a new film, ‘Tabloid’ inspired by one of his own ideas.

Murdoch pie attacker sentenced to 6 weeks in jail

Jonathan May-Bowles admitted attacking
Murdoch during a Commons committee hearing on phone-hacking.

BSkyB board faces decisions on chairman, dividend

It`s the first board meeting since Rupert Murdoch`s
News Corp abandoned a takeover bid for BSkyB.

Murdoch papers set to lose 2012 Olympics deal

Team 2012, an initiative supporting British Olympians,
had signed News Int`l as its official partner.

Murdoch-owned media rate their boss

The Murdoch-owned Sun tabloid described the media tycoon as "remorseful" and candid.

Murdoch leaves Britain after turbulent visit

Murdoch`s final day was spent being grilled by a
committee of lawmakers about phone hacking.

Every 5th London police PR man worked for Murdoch

It has triggered fresh fears of police-press collusion, reports said.

British royal reporter cleared in hacking probe

Elston was arrested last month, the only person
detained with no links to Murdoch`s

Rebekah Brooks` lawyer says she is not guilty

Lawyer Stephen Parkinson says Brooks was held and questioned but detectives did not accuse her.

UK calls for slackening Murdoch`s grip over media

Opposition leader Ed Miliband led calls for revision of media ownership rules.

`Rebekah Brooks arrested over hacking scandal`

Brooks was the newspaper`s editor between 2000 and 2003, when some of the hacking took place.

Murdoch apologizes to family of slain schoolgirl

News Corp will place advertisements in all national newspapers to apologize to the nation.

‘Murdoch may shut down all UK newspapers’

Murdoch is concerned to protect the reputation of the parent News Corporation from further damage.

Phone-hacking: A symbol of Murdochisation of news

Targets of phone hacking were no longer only celebrities, but
also victims of crime and terrorism.