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James Murdoch is to step down as executive chairman of News International, it was announced today.
Parent company News Corporation said in a statement the move would allow him to focus on expanding the company’s international TV businesses.
Mr Murdoch has faced intense scrutiny in the wake of the News of the World phone hacking scandal.
The company said Mr Murdoch, who is its deputy chief operating officer, was stepping down from the role in NI, which is its UK publishing unit, following his
Originally posted by Maxmars
They are trying to save the paper.
The Murdoch influence has become synonymous with "do as you please" corruption...
and virtual proof that "money can buy justice."
The sad part is we are still walking around thinking it was just him/them..... I promise you - it wasn't. Our "media" is a "Mafia-like" operation too.
Originally posted by FFS4000
reply to post by Human_Alien
Not completely inconsequential, this is starting to head to the heart of the Met police, armed forces, civil servants, all basically on the pay roll of the paper, in a back hand way, wait and see if it hits the US section of News International
Originally posted by GLontra
Now, imagine what Benjamin Fulford will say about it...
Originally posted by haven123
reply to post by Maxmars
i know this is off topic but do mods/supermods get paid?,just wundering.