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Donald Sterling has been declared mentally unfit to run the Sterling Family Trust, the entity that officially owns the Clippers, and hence cannot block the sale of the team to Steve Ballmer, sources tell USA Today and ESPN. Shelly Sterling put out a press release last night saying that she...
The man believed by the State of New York to be unfit to run a public company has apparently passed muster in Beijing. The Starr group, led by Maurice “Hank” Greenberg, the former chief executive of American International Group Inc.,...Show More Summary
Catholics and evangelicals are today considered unfit to run for office because they are "extremists." Can this situation prevail?
The left’s claims that Rupert Murdoch is unfit to run a newspaper make as much sense as claims the CIA forced the dismissal of Gough…
The board met to discuss a British report that said Murdoch was unfit to run his company.
Someone isn’t telling the truth. The split verdict on Rupert Murdoch from the Culture, Media and Sport select committee was triggered by the insistence of the Labour contingent – led by Tom Watson – that Murdoch be branded “not a fit person” to run a major international company. Louise Mensch, one of the Tory members [...]
The envy-ridden, hate-filled leftist media are this morning trumpeting the finding by a UK parliamentary committee Rupert Murdoch is unfit to run a global company like News: “News International and its parent News Corporation exhibited wilful blindness, for which the companies’ directors – including Rupert Murdoch and James Murdoch – should ultimately take responsibility,” it [...]
Despite a UK government declaration that he is unfit to run a public company, Rupert Murdoch will persist in thumbing his nose at power and the public.
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. Show More Summary
Rupert Murdoch showed "willful blindness" and a refusal to accept responsibility for a culture of illegal phone hacking at his News Corp media empire, a powerful British parliamentary committee declared Tuesday. The 81-year-old NewsShow More Summary
What a day for News Corp: First Rupert Murdoch is ruled by Members of Parliament to be unfit to run a major international company; then, The Sun publishes a press-halting exposé on the emerging trend of "wacky cat pics" allegedly "wowing the web." More »
The Australian Central Bank, the RBA, has unexpectedly cut interest rates by 50bps today, reducing its benchmark interest rate to 3.75%. Many, including myself, had expected the RBA to have cut rates earlier and the higher than expected cut of 50bps (25bps was expected) reflects, in my humble opinion, the fact that they have delayed [...]
British lawmakers said that Rupert Murdoch is ‘not a fit person’ to run News Corp. By Peter Jukes and Mike Giglio
(Reuters) - Rupert Murdoch is unfit to run a major international company and should take responsibility for a culture of illegal phone hacking that has shaken News Corp, a powerful British parliamentary committee said on Tuesday. Pulling...Show More Summary
In an extraordinarily damning report released today, a select Parliamentary committee concludes that Rupert Murdoch was “not a fit person” to run his huge international media empire. The report followed a months’ long investigation into the hacking scandal at Murdoch’s British newspapers and said he had exhibited “a willful blindness” to wrongdoing at his New [...]
This is happening now. Live feed of the committee. More to come. "Rupert Murdoch is not fit to run a multinational company." BBC: Rupert Murdoch "is not a fit person to exercise the stewardship of a major international company", MPsShow More Summary
Murdoch’s know-nothing strategy makes him look unfit to run a corporation. By Geoffrey Robertson Q.C.