Former showbiz reporter Victoria Newton has been appointed editor of The Sun On Sunday.
In a fractious end to the campaign, mining magnate Clive Palmer has alleged that Rupert Murdoch’s estranged wife is a Chinese spy
Rupert Murdoch has nothing to lose here. Only time will tell whether the Vice brand is damaged by being connected to a reactionary network like Fox News
Campaigners bolstered by Sun editor’s decision to ‘reinvent’ its most famous and controversial fixture for the 21st century
The online video service, founded in 2007, allows users to watch TV shows
News Corp today agreed a $139m (£91m) settlement with its own shareholders over a lawsuit claiming that its board of directors repeatedly put the interests of Rupert Murdoch and his family ahead of the company on issues including the phone hacking scandal.
A newspaper front page that wrongly identified two innocent men as the prime suspects in the Boston marathon bombing has renewed embarrassment for the New York Post newspaper, just days after it erroneously reported that 12 people had died in the incident when the death toll was in fact three.
James Harding, who recently resigned as editor of The Times, has been announced as the new Director of BBC News.
News Corp chief admits criticism that feature is ‘so last century’ may be right
Rupert Murdoch’s hopes of drawing a line under the financially toxic phone-hacking scandal will be derailed in the High Court on Friday when details of more hacking victims are announced.
The Cable King is on course for new duel with News Corp
After a six-year silence, the Australian supermodel heads to the High Court
The Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson is to be formally asked 11 key questions on phone hacking and what led her to conclude that her former manager, Mary Ellen Field, was the source of leaks published in the News of the World that revealed private details about her personal life.
'It has been made clear to me that News Corporation would like to appoint a new editor'
Rupert Murdoch has split his publishing and TV businesses sooner than expected, making a string of sweeping changes across his media empire, including at his troubled London newspapers arm News International.
Rupert Murdoch faces calls to hand police all his personal emails to senior News International executives amid claims his media empire paid a serving member of the US forces for a photo of Saddam Hussein.