Contradicted by key former executives and challenged by his company's ex-lawyers, James Murdoch is expected back in Britain for Thursday for a second grilling in Britain's Parliament over the phone hacking scandal that has shaken his father's media empire.
Rupert Murdoch's News International said Friday it had launched a new compensation plan for victims of phone hacking by the media mogul's now-defunct Sunday tabloid.
A legal adviser to Rupert Murdoch's newspapers warned the company three years ago there was overwhelming evidence that several senior journalists at the News of the World tabloid were using illegal methods, according to documents released Tuesday.
Rupert Murdoch's former right-hand man will be questioned by British lawmakers on how much he knew about the phone-hacking scandal, lawmakers said Tuesday.
More than 60 people have filed court papers alleging their phones were hacked by the News of the World, a lawyer said Thursday, amid preparations for a group lawsuit against Rupert Murdoch's now-defunct tabloid.
The outlook of U.S. home builders worsened in September, as foreclosures and anxious buyers hurt construction and sales activity.
Four former News International executives challenged statements made to Parliament by their bosses - Rupert and James Murdoch - with one saying Tuesday that Rupert Murdoch wrongly blamed outside lawyers for improperly investigating his company's phone hacking scandal.
Former News International executives on Tuesday challenged testimony given by their bosses — Rupert Murdoch and his son James Murdoch — with one saying the elder Mr. Murdoch had gotten it wrong when he blamed outside lawyers for improperly investigating the company's tabloid phone-hacking scandal.
Rupert Murdoch's scandal-hit News International confirmed Tuesday it is reviewing journalistic standards across the company, a U.K. media empire that includes The Times of London newspaper.