Rebekah Brooks, the chief executive of Rupert Murdoch's News UK, says the company must learn from Google and Facebook if it is to compete for the attentions of advertisers. In one of her first interviews since returning to the publisher...Show More Summary
The publisher of GQ magazine has been found guilty of contempt of court over a “very seriously prejudicial” article about the phone-hacking trial of Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson. Condé Nast, the US publisher behind the magazine, was accused of publishing an article last year that could have “seriously impeded or prejudiced” the Old Bailey trial. Show More Summary
Sun’s internet paywall scrapped by Rebekah Brooks 30 October 2015 From the section Business Image copyright Reuters The Sun will scrap the paywall on its website just over two years after it was introduced. Rebekah Brooks, chief executive of Sun owner News UK, told staff in an email it would make its online stories “largely […]
The chief operations officer of Rupert Murdoch's British publishing business News UK is leaving, Business Insider UK has confirmed, shortly after the arrival of new management including former Sun editor Rebekah Brooks. Chris TaylorShow More Summary
Rebekah Brooks will resume her old job after a high-profile fall from grace four years ago. ||| London - Rebekah Brooks, the Rupert Murdoch protegee cleared last year of orchestrating a criminal campaign that damaged the British establishment, will return to her old job running the tycoon's British newspapers next week in a stunning comeback. Show More Summary
Rupert Murdoch keeps his promises. On Wednesday, after months of careful machinations behind the scenes to find the right time and the right role, it was announced thatRebekah Brooks would return to her old job as chief executive of Mr. Show More Summary
British former tabloid news editor Rebekah Brooks, who resigned at the height of the phone-hacking scandal, will return to Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp as chief executive of its UK division, the company announced Wednesday. Brooks, who formerly edited The Sun and The News of the World, stepped...
News UK, Rupert Murdoch’s British media operation, announced the return of the woman who was chief executive during the phone-hacking scandal four years ago.
News Corp today confirmed what Deadline reported last week — that Rebekah Brooks is rejoining the company as chief executive of News UK. She will be joined by David Dinsmore as COO and Tony Gallagher as editor-in-chief of The Sun, Britain’s...Show More Summary
News Corporation's UK division News UK has confirmed the appointment of Rebekah Brooks as its chief executive officer. She returns to the company, having quit from the CEO position in 2011 — when the company was called News International — at the height of the News of the World phone hacking scandal. Show More Summary
Rebekah Brooks, who resigned amid the scandal in 2011, and was cleared of all charges related to phone-hacking in 2014, will again become chief executive of the UK division of News Corp.
British former tabloid news editor Rebekah Brooks is to return to Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp as chief executive of its UK division, the Financial Times reported on Friday. Brooks, who formerly edited The Sun and The News of the World, resigned as chief executive in 2011 at the height of a...
LONDON, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Rebekah Brooks will return to her old job heading Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper division, according to the Financial Times and New York Times, just over a year after being cleared of criminal charges in a phone-hacking scandal. Show More Summary
Just over a year after being acquitted of charges in a phone-hacking and bribery scandal, a longtime protégé of Rupert Murdoch is set to take on a senior role in his company.
Rebekah Brooks and Rupert Murdoch appear to be thisclose again. British press reports on Friday said that Brooks has agreed to return to her former post as head of News Corp’s newspaper division, and News Corp wasn’t denying it: “As...Show More Summary
Brooks quit in July 2011 amid revelations that News of the World staff had hacked into the phones of thousands of people to break news.
Financial Times Former News Corp. executive Rebekah Brooks, who was cleared last year of charges related to the News of the World phone hacking scandal, will soon ascend to the top job in News Corp’s UK division, the Financial TimesShow More Summary
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