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Elon Musk hits back at US securities regulators for complaint about his Tesla tweet
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Elon Musk hits back at US securities regulators for complaint about his Tesla tweet

The US Securities and Exchange Commission had asked the court to hold Elon Musk in contempt.

James Murdoch in line to replace Elon Musk as Tesla CEO, FT Report claims
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James Murdoch in line to replace Elon Musk as Tesla CEO, FT Report claims

Murdoch, already an independent director of Tesla, has signaled he wants the job, the report claims.

Rupert Murdoch set to step down as Fox CEO; son James to take over
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Rupert Murdoch set to step down as Fox CEO; son James to take over

Rupert Murdoch is preparing to step down as chief executive of the media entertainment conglomerate 21st Century Fox and hand the job to his son James

James Murdoch re-elected to BSkyB board with 95% support
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James Murdoch re-elected to BSkyB board with 95% support

James Murdoch was re-elected to the board of BSkyB, ensuring his family's media empire retains a direct influence at Britain's biggest pay-TV company despite being weakened by a phone hacking scandal.

Rupert Murdoch defeats critics, retains control of News Corp
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Rupert Murdoch defeats critics, retains control of News Corp

Rupert Murdoch survived yet another attempt to oust him as chairman of his News Corp media empire, the second straight year he has defeated critics who say his family wields too much control over the company.

Rupert Murdoch resigns as head of News International
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Rupert Murdoch resigns as head of News International

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has resigned as a director of a number of News Corp boards overseeing his Britain newspapers,

After proposed split, Murdoch plans succession
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After proposed split, Murdoch plans succession

After announcing the split in his media empire, media-baron Rupert Murdoch's next agenda is to plan his successor. Shareholders had been asking for the split after the phone-hacking scandal.

Did Cameron pick 'pro-Murdoch' minister for BSkyB deal?
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Did Cameron pick 'pro-Murdoch' minister for BSkyB deal?

A British minister in the hot seat for his alleged close ties to Rupert Murdoch's media empire did lobby Prime Minister David Cameron to back the tycoon's bid for satellite broadcaster BSkyB, according to a memo made public

It's not about journalism or Murdoch, it's partisan politics
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It's not about journalism or Murdoch, it's partisan politics

The Labour MPs and all those columnists who are wetting themselves in excitement at having a pop at Murdoch have actually lowered themselves to partisanship and muddied "truths" they so despise in Murdoch.

Rupert Murdoch: Your doting granddad or evil mad genius?
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Rupert Murdoch: Your doting granddad or evil mad genius?

Murdoch Sr, in two days, was a gatling gun of headlines that sent the media in so many directions they lost focus on the witness himself.

Many squirm as Murdoch reveals close ties with govt
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Many squirm as Murdoch reveals close ties with govt

Several people in the David Cameron government were left squirming as James Murdoch's deposition with the Leveson Inquiry yesterday revealed close proximity with people in power, particularly on the issue of the failed BSkyB takeover bid.

James Murdoch claims he did not know extent of phone-hacking
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James Murdoch claims he did not know extent of phone-hacking

In a widely watched deposition at Lord Justice Brian Leveson's inquiry, 39-year-old Murdoch was subjected to close scrutiny on the issue of how much he knew about unethical news-gathering practices at the tabloid.

I was given assurances that were wrong: James Murdoch
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I was given assurances that were wrong: James Murdoch

Murdoch said he had no reason to doubt his subordinates when he took over at News International.

Rupert and James Murdoch to appear at UK media ethics inquiry
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Rupert and James Murdoch to appear at UK media ethics inquiry

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

We hacked in public interest: Sky News
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We hacked in public interest: Sky News

Rupert Murdoch's channel has revealed that it twice authorised its reporters to hack into computers for greater good.

James Murdoch quits as BSkyB chairman
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James Murdoch quits as BSkyB chairman

James Murdoch resigned as chairman of BSkyB on Tuesday to prevent his links to a tabloid phone-hacking scandal from undermining the pay TV group.

James Murdoch finally admits defeat in hacking battle
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James Murdoch finally admits defeat in hacking battle

James Murdoch resigned on Tuesday as chairman of BSkyB, saying he did not want to damage the company any further by the intense scrutiny surrounding his role in a phone-hacking scandal that has convulsed his father's media empire.

James Murdoch to step down from BSkyB
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James Murdoch to step down from BSkyB

Sky, the news channel of BSkyB, has reported that the resignation will be confirmed later on Tuesday after a board meeting.

Murdoch's media empire calls piracy attacks 'inaccurate'
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Murdoch's media empire calls piracy attacks 'inaccurate'

Rupert Murdoch on Thursday declared war against "enemies" who have accused his pay-TV operation of sabotaging its rivals, denouncing them as "toffs and right wingers" stuck in the last century.

News Corp unit promoted piracy against rivals: report
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News Corp unit promoted piracy against rivals: report

The Australian Financial Review, citing internal documents it dug up during a four-year investigation, said News Corp had used a special unit, Operational Security, set up in the mid-1990s, to sabotage its competitors.