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Rupert Murdoch Is Unfit To Run Company, According To UK Lawmakers

A committee of British lawmakers ruled today that Rupert Murdoch is “unfit’ to run a major international company. Reuters reports that the cross-party parliamentary committee approved the report by a majority of six to four. The committee said that Rupert, James Murdoch, and News Corp. exhibited ”willful blindness” about the phone hacking scandal. The committee writes: “News International and its [.
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