“She and her family are here in the United States for a visit, reconnecting with friends and meeting with businesses," her former employer says read more
(Reuters) - Rebekah Brooks, the former head of News Corp's British newspaper division who was at the center of a phone hacking scandal, is visiting New York this week, exploring possible jobs, a company spokesman said on Friday. A protege...Show More Summary
Ms. Brooks, who left Rupert Murdoch’s British newspaper empire after a phone hacking scandal, is said to be talking to News Corporation in New York.
The other darling of the CLA Game Fair today — alongside former Environment Secretary Owen Paterson — was Charlie Brooks (aka Mr Rebekah Wade), who appears to be back on the country… Continue reading The post Charlie Brooks meets his juror… and it’s Farage’s pub landlord appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
We got a kick out of Rebekah Campbell‘s New York Times essay about her recent experiences at a communal office environment. Brooks is the founder and CEO of recommendations App Posse. After working from a one-bedroom apartment, various...Show More Summary
The acquittal of Rebekah Brooks, the most senior executive charged in a phone-hacking case in Britain, is the latest development in the company’s apparent recovery.
Sunday, June 29, 2014 - 6:30am Description: LONDON, THURSDAY: Rebekah Brooks, former chief executive of News International, and her husband Charlie (third from left) leave the Old Bailey. The couple were this week cleared of all charges...Show More Summary
Rupert Murdoch has known since sometime last year that he is a suspect in the investigations probing the systemic corruption at his British tabloids. Which is why the $18 million he paid Rebekah Brooks when she resigned in disgrace from News Corp. and the tens of millions of dollars more he poured into her legal defense may be the best...
His protege Rebekah Brooks may have been spared, but Rupert Murdoch faces a police grilling Thursday, more possible charges against News Corp from Scotland Yard, and a looming Senate probe. The FBI has copies of at least 80,000 emails taken from the servers at News Corp in New York. Show More Summary
Former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks said Thursday she is innocent of phone hacking and other crimes and feels vindicated by a jury's unanimous decision to acquit her.
A visibly emotional Rebekah Brooks has just delivered her first public comment since her acquittal in the hacking trial. Flanked by her husband Charlie, she thanked the jury for finding… Continue reading The post Will David Cameron meet Rebekah Brooks? It’s a ‘nightmare scenario’ for the PM appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
The former chief executive of News International Rebekah Brooks and her husband have given the following statement outside her London home: listen to ‘Rebekah Brooks' statement after hacking trial acquittal’… Continue reading The post Audio: Rebekah Brooks’ statement after hacking trial acquittal appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
His protégée Rebekah Brooks may have been spared, but the mogul faces a police grilling Thursday, more possible charges against News Corp from Scotland Yard, and a looming Senate probe.
Rupert Murdoch remains vulnerable to the UK phone hacking inquiries despite a split verdict yesterday in cases involving two of his former lieutenants, Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks: Scotland Yard has officially told the Fox CEO that it wants to interview him soon, and considers him a suspect, according to The Guardian‘s Nick Davies. Show More Summary
From Julliard to Litchfield, the former schoolmates who now portray fan favorites Poussey and Taystee are clearly enjoying the ride Contributor: Rebekah Allen read more
If Andy Coulson is guilty of conspiracy, and everyone else, Rebekah Brooks included, is innocent, with whom did he conspire? Certainly not his boss and former lover, Rebekah Brooks, going by the phone hacking trial verdict yesterday which saw Brooks walk away from this ghastly business without a stain on her character. Trebles all round! […]
From the Morning Briefing: subscribe here "£100m phone-hacking trial ends in Brooks walking free" is the Telegraph's splash this morning. "Great Day for Red Tops"roars the Sun. Rebekah Brooks has been cleared of all charges in the phone-hacking trial but the PM is still in the dock. "Humiliation of Cameron" is the Mail's frontpage; "Coulson: [...]
Former News of The World editor Rebekah Brooks cleared of all charges. Fellow former editor Andy Coulson found guilty of conspiracy to hack phones.
Rebekah Brooks was acquitted on Tuesday of all charges in the notorious phone hacking trial which has lasted for some seven months. Her colleague and former lover, Andy Coulson, was the only one of the five defendants to be found guilty by a jury of eight women and three men after eight days of deliberation.
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