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Friday 28 August 2009
Monday 24 August 2009
Friday 21 August 2009
Thursday 20 August 2009
James Murdoch has announced that News International is to look to close down thelondonpaper, the loss making London free title, saying it has 'fallen short of expectations'. thelondonpaper has a staff of 60.
Wednesday 22 July 2009
Tuesday 23 June 2009
Rebekah Wade, the editor of The Sun, is to become chief executive of News International, it was announced today.
Wednesday 06 May 2009
Outlook: Brave of all those high-powered business leaders to come leaping out of the closet to confess they have always been against a third runway at Heathrow, isn't it? Once apon a time when there was still some possibility of the third runway getting built it might have looked dangerously risqué to have broken ranks with the rest of the business lobby in this way. Today it seems like little more than political opportunism.
Monday 30 March 2009
When Richard Timney switched on his television in the Home Secretary's home in Redditch, Worcestershire, his choice of "adult" entertainment would have included films like Only Fools and Arses and Filthy British Sluts.
Wednesday 25 February 2009
Thursday 25 September 2008
Wednesday 06 February 2008
The satellite broadcaster BSkyB said today it was trading well amid signs of increased customer loyalty.
Wednesday 30 January 2008
Sky booked a £343m loss on its investment in ITV after the Government risked the wrath of the country's biggest media company by ordering it to reduce its stake in the broadcaster.
Saturday 08 December 2007
Rupert Murdoch lavished praise on his youngest son, James, as he manoeuvred him into position to succeed him as head of his giant media empire.
Saturday 08 December 2007
It was a day for meteoric career rises at The Times yesterday. The editor Robert Thomson's long-anticipated departure to head Rupert Murdoch's prized latest acquisition, the Wall Street Journal, stepped into first gear. And the newspaper's youthful business editor James Harding was propelled into the editor's shoes.
Sunday 14 May 2006
The call came in August 2004 and it was to change the life of the British sailor Rob Greenhalgh, then 26. The Olympic classes and skiff specialist had done a little time on bigger boats, but on the line was Mike Sanderson, putting together ABN Amro's challenge for the round the world Volvo Ocean Race.
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