Rupert Murdoch

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 The financier Michael Milken (centre) leasves federal court in New York on April 7, 1989. Photograph: The New York Times

Thirty years after his conviction for securities fraud, and 20 years after he began asking US presidents to pardon him, junk bond king Michael Milken (...)

 Sir Keith Murdoch in 1936: In one of his letters to Lord Northcliff he acknowledged acknowledged that rival papers had attacked him for being a ‘Yellow Journalist’. Photograph: Fairfax Media via Getty Images

London, July 19th, 2011. Rupert Murdoch, the most powerful media proprietor the world has ever known, had been called to account for the actions of hi(...)

Lord Alan Sugar and some of his Apprentice contestants. The entrepreneur said people appreciate his blunt manner.

Contestants on the BBC show The Apprentice might be nervous when in his presence but Alan Sugar believes that most people appreciate his direct manner(...)

Even before the latest fires, Deloitte estimated that the economic costs to Australia of natural disasters would rise to 39 billion Australian dollars (€24.2 billion) a year by 2050, equivalent to almost 2 per cent of the country’s current GDP

Around my parents’ home on England’s south coast, global warming is proceeding so benignly that French champagne houses are buying up tracts of local (...)

Mediahuis chief executive Gert Ysebaert, who said the comapny is open to considering a bid for the UK Telegraph group.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Belgian media group Mediahuis, the owner of Independent News and Media, has said it is potentially interested in buying the Telegraph newspapers from (...)

Mumbai-set thriller Sacred Games, Netflix’s first original series from India

With a little help from friends Jennifer Aniston and Jason Momoa, Apple TV+ launched in more than 100 countries on Friday. For Apple this is a hardwar(...)

Dublin’s Q102: ‘Looking forward’ to talking to regulator about licence renewal.

Dublin’s Q102 is expected to have its licence renewed in 2020 after a rival expression of interest made for the radio service did not proceed to a ful(...)

Britain’s  Duchess of Sussex and Prince Harry (L), the Duke of Sussex, dance during a visit to Nyanga township in Cape Town, South Africa. Photograph: Facundo Arrizabalaga/EPA

Prince Harry has issued legal proceedings against the owners of The Sun and The Daily Mirror over alleged phone hacking, in another ratcheting up of t(...)

Boris Johnson and Jean-Claude Juncker. Photograph: Julien Warnand

Last Sunday, if you bought Rupert Murdoch’s Sunday Times north of the Border or in Britain, you would have had the pleasure of reading Rod Liddle’s co(...)

Michael Owen during the Manchester United era in 2009. Photograph: Rebecca Naden/PA Wire

Last Friday Michael Owen was in Dublin to promote his second autobiography, Reboot. The book had received an extraordinary amount of publicity the pre(...)

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