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Rebekah Brooks to Return to News Corp UK Division With Charges Cleared

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.

Rebekah Brooks will return as CEO for British division of Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

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...

Rebekah Brooks Returning To News Corp After Phone-Hacking Scandal

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

Rebekah Brooks Said to Be Returning to News Corp. in Britain

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 Will Return To Pre-Scandal Perch At News Corp UK – Reports

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

Rebekah Brooks Returning to News Corp as UK Chief: FT

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.

Rebekah Brooks poised for high-profile return to News Corp. UK

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

Orange is the New Black Star Danielle Brooks Joins Broadway Revival of The Color Purple

3 months agoLGBT / Lesbian :

We love her as "Taystee," and we'll love her on Broadway! Contributor: Rebekah Allen read more

Rebekah Brooks is back with Rupert Murdoch, and this time it's digital

"This one." Those were the words of Rupert Murdoch when asked about his top priority following the 2011 fall of News of the World in a phone hacking scandal. He was referring to Rebekah Brooks, the former chief executive of News International, a subsidiary of Murdoch's News Corp. Show More Summary

Rebekah Brooks may be back

6 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

Good morning. Here are seven media stories. And she may be headed to Storyful Media outlets are reporting that Rebekah Brooks, who formerly led Rupert Murdoch’s U.K. newspaper holdings, could soon be back with News Corporation. "Brooks,...Show More Summary

Rebekah Brooks Reportedly In Talks To Re-Join News Corp

Former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks is reportedly in talks to re-join the Rupert Murdoch family in an unspecified role at News Corp-owned digital media agency Storyful. Brooks, who resigned from her News International...Show More Summary

Morning Media Newsfeed: Brooks Returns to News Corp. | Leonard Nimoy Dies at 83

Click here to receive Mediabistro’s Morning Media Newsfeed via email. Rebekah Brooks Set for Social Media Return to Murdoch Empire (Financial Times) Rebekah Brooks, the former tabloid editor who was cleared of all charges in Britain’s phone hacking scandal, is returning to News Corp. Show More Summary

Rebekah Brooks to Run News Corp's Storyful (Report)

In June 2014, she was found not guilty of all charges in the phone-hacking scandal. read more

News Corp. Set To Rehire Rebekah Brooks, Acquitted Executive

6 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Rebekah Brooks, the former head of Rupert Murdoch’s media holdings in Britain, acquitted last year on charges related to the phone hacking scandal, is likely to return to News Corporation to focus on new avenues for digital and social media, people familiar with the company’s plans said.

News Corp. Set to Rehire Rebekah Brooks, Acquitted Executive

After being acquitted in the phone hacking scandal, Ms. Brooks is expected to take an executive role seeking ways to expand the company’s digital endeavors, people familiar with its plans said.

Rebekah Brooks returns to Rupert Murdoch's media empire to lead Storyful, report says

The long and scandalous phone hacking saga of former News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks has ended with her media resurrection in the U.S., thanks to her biggest champion: News Corp. founder Rupert Murdoch Brooks' new role, according...Show More Summary

Scandal-Wrecked Former News Corp. Executive Is Reportedly Ready to Start a New Life NYC

Rebekah Brooks has been laying low since last June, when was cleared of all charges in News Corporation's endless bribery and phone-hacking scandal. That might be about to change. The Guardian reports that Brooks, a longtime friend and ally of News Corp. head Rupert Murdoch, has relocated from the United Kingdom to... More »

Rebekah Brooks Lands in New York

The Daily Mail has broken some interesting media news. Rebekah Brooks, the former News of the World editor who was acquitted last summer of charges related to the UK phone hacking scandal, has relocated to New York for a new post under Rupert Murdoch. Show More Summary

Rupert Murdoch to rehire editor acquitted in phone-hacking scandal

6 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Rebekah Brooks is close to being rehired by Rupert Murdoch in a permanent position heading up his search for new online investments. Brooks, who was cleared of being involved in a phone-hacking plot last summer, has taken an apartment in New York and moved from Oxfordshire with her husband Charlie...

Rebekah Brooks Lands News Corp Job in New York

In June 2014, she was found not guilty of all charges in the phone-hacking scandal. read more

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