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Audit Notes: Murdoch's Lobbyists, Reuters on Chesapeake, Shadow Space

Top News Corporation officials talked about enlisting the top Wall Street Journal Europe editor to lobby politicians for Murdoch's multibillionaire BSkyB bid. ProPublica: But email messages released Tuesday indicate that News Corp. executives at least considered dispatching top editors of The Wall Street Journal Europe and The Times of London, both News Corp. holdings, to advocate the BSkyB deal.
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