‘This can’t be an arms-length deal’, because of Murdoch’s involvement in both companies
UK companies like Sky are free to flout corporate governance rules under "comply or explain" which is how this situation was allowed to arise
The companies' directors said they have reached an agreement on the price of the deal which would give Murdoch's Fox full control of Sky
Electoral Commission documents suggest The Sun registered as a political campaign group for Leave on 15 June – one week before the referendum
'Senior officers would or should have been aware of the News of the World's illegal actions,' report says
Mr Murdoch had overseen the news operation on an interim basis
'We never want them to say, ‘Well, Mommy said this’ or ‘Daddy said that''
Mr Ailes is one of the most powerful media figures in the country
Murdoch’s News Corp has agreed to pay £220m for the broadcaster as part of a strategy to combat falling print revenue
Billionaire media mogul says decision to leave the EU is like a 'prison break'
Organisation expressed concerns about Corporation's online activities and how it impacted on its own commercial viability
The X-Men and the Avengers can appear in the same magazine but not the same film. Spiderman can only meet Captain America with Sony’s permission. After five decades, the world of special powers is fraught with personal issues
The absence of Tony Blair was unsurprising, but what about David Cameron and Boris Johnson?
David Cameron, Tony Blair and Andy Coulson did not attend the weekend nuptials
Murdoch and Hall are holding celebrations in the 'heart of Fleet Street'
'It’s like Dracula getting married in a blood bank'