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James Murdoch Won't Stand for Re-Election as Sotheby's Director
Tim Bale, a professor of politics at the University of Sussex, said Murdoch's role in the scandal may force him to step down as chairman of pay-TV company British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc (BSY), a position that is crucial to his position overseeing ...
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Murdoch's media empire strikes back
The BBC has a long history of ideological clashes with BSkyB, which is 39 percent owned by News Corp, and both Rupert and his son James Murdoch have publicly attacked the British public service broadcaster over the years. The Australian Financial ...
Murdoch's News Corp. Denies Pay-TV Piracy Reports  BusinessWeek
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Further allegations against News Corp, Australian newspaper claims
The broadcasting regulator Ofcom has already set up a unit called Project Apple to establish whether BSkyB, 39.1% owned by News Corp, meets the �fit and proper� test required to run a broadcaster in Britain. NDS has faced similar allegations of piracy ...
News Corp Hacked ITV Digital Out of Business in the UK Pay-TV Wars  Gizmodo UK
News Corp. Pay-TV Software Unit Hacked ITV Cable Cards, BBC Says  Bloomberg
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James Murdoch Board Seats Dwindle Amid BSkyB Scrutiny
Still, Murdoch also faces calls from investors to step down from the board of News Corp. and as chairman of pay-TV company British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc. (BSY). Miranda Higham, a London-based News Corp. spokeswoman, declined to comment ...
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James Murdoch Is Being Forced Off The Boards At A Bunch Of Huge Companies
s U.K. publishing unit News International. Murdoch also faces calls from investors to step down from the board of News Corp. and as chairman of pay-TV company British Sky Broadcasting Group Plc. Murdoch will �focus on his core responsibilities at News ...
News Corp.'s Board Should Oust James Murdoch, CtW Says  Bloomberg
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BBC needs a female boss, says ex-chairman Sir Michael Lyons
Outside the BBC, potential candidates include Ed Richards, the chief executive of the media watchdog Ofcom, David Abraham, chief executive of Channel 4, Michael Jackson, one of his predecessors, and Sophie Turner Laing, BSkyB's managing director of ...
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Co-op approved to sell legal services
The Co-operative Group is one of the first three companies to win approval to sell legal services under new legislation that makes Britain's �23bn legal market one of the most liberalised in the world. The group's Co-operative Legal Services has been ...
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Best Buy closing 50 U.S stores in cost cutting measure
They were mostly related to its purchase of Carphone Warehouse Group PLC's interest in the Best Buy Mobile profit-sharing agreement and related costs, as well as an impairment charge tied to writing off Best Buy Europe goodwill and restructuring charges.
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Move over Exxon Mobile--Chinese firm surges past the American giant as the ...
PetroChina's parent, China National Petroleum Corp., for example, has spent millions of dollars in Sudan to provide highways, medical facilities and shuttle buses for the elderly.
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Morrison to increase convenience stores
Dalton Philips attacked hypermarkets of over 80,000 sq ft as �soulless sheds�, and forecast that shopping for the non-food items sold in them would increasingly move online.
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