William Shawcross

British journalist and author

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British journalist and author of Murdoch: The Making of a Media Empire

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The British police and the US Justice Department are investigating the way Rupert Murdoch has conducted an  empire  that spans the world of communications media.

Rupert Murdoch: Finance, Politics and Journalism

The British police and the US Justice Department are investigating the way Rupert Murdoch has conducted an empire that spans the world of communications media.

from Which Way, L.A.?

Rupert Murdoch is best known in the US for  Fox News  and the  Wall Street Journal , but his  media empire  spans the world of communications.

Rupert Murdoch: Finance, Politics and Journalism

Rupert Murdoch is best known in the US for Fox News and the Wall Street Journal , but his media empire spans the world of communications.

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