British Sky Broadcasting Group gained approval to keep its broadcast licence, a regulator ruled, while criticising board member James Murdoch's reaction to phone-hacking revelations at News Corporation, which owns 39 per cent of the pay-television operator.Friday, 21 September, 2012, 4:31am
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Trailwalker steps off with press conference10 Nov 2011 - 12:00am
The fire was just coming towards me and I was running as fast as I could to escape. We ran up to the top of a nearby cliff
Racing the Planet's Mary Gadams on Friday's fire
In light of the current controversy surrounding News of the World, I have declined the bonus4 Sep 2011 - 12:00am
Rupert Murdoch: The Master Mogul of Fleet Street edited by Graydon Carter Vanity Fair (e-book)28 Aug 2011 - 12:00am
James Murdoch, embattled son of media mogul Rupert, will speak in Hong Kong next month at what has been termed a question-and-answer session - but it is uncertain whether he will be taking any tough questions like those he fielded from British politicians last month.11 Aug 2011 - 12:00am
Panic makes people stupid. It would be very stupid, say, for the former editor of a British national newspaper, facing probable criminal charges for bribing policemen and illegally accessing the voicemail of several thousand people, to put her computer and incriminating papers in a large plastic bag and dump them in a garbage bin in a parking garage within a few metres of her London home.22 Jul 2011 - 12:00am
Almost a third of Star TV's Hong Kong employees, or between 150 and 200 people, will lose their jobs in the coming 10 months under a corporate restructuring of News Corporation's Asian broadcast business.
The widely expected move had 'nothing to do with the economic downturn', a company spokesman said.19 Aug 2009 - 12:00am
Power of the pen turned on Murdoch
Rupert Murdoch's battle for Dow Jones turned into a war of letters yesterday, as the Wall Street Journal's China reporting team expressed worries over whether they would have editorial freedom under a new owner. They urged long-time controlling shareholders, the Bancroft family, to reject the offer.16 May 2007 - 12:00am