Billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch on Tuesday said the Great Barrier Reef, which has been marred by climate change, pollution, and other human-made threats, looks "to the naked eye... fully as good as it did 50 years ago."
While the liberal media love to frame Fox News owner Rupert Murdoch as a raging conservative, he certainly likes crossing that image on Twitter. On Sunday, Murdoch proclaimed Michael Bloomberg, the anti-gun, anti-Big Gulp liberal, should...Show More Summary
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch thinks it's time for another billionaire to step into the campaign limelight: fellow business magnate and former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg.
"It's time for next billionaire candidate, Mike Bloomberg to step into ring"
Was one billionaire in the presidential race not exciting enough for you? Well, Rupert Murdoch has a second one in mind he'd like to see get in the 2016 campaign.
"I did not say I would vote for him! Just a friend I admire"
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is right. Mike Bloomberg should run for president. Not that I expect the billionaire former mayor of New York City to do so. But his candidacy would be a not-so-subtle rebuke of the unserious, know-nothing campaign being waged by that other Big Apple billionaire, Donald Trump. Back in 2000, when speculation […]
In a particularly sad 2012 election subplot, Mitt Romney's effort to woo Rupert Murdoch resulted in the conservative mogul gradually registering his displeasure with the Republican nominee in a series of cryptic tweets. Apparently he'll continue the practice in 2016. Murdoch has already called Donald Trump "wrong" and "embarrassing" on... More »
Rupert Murdoch is encouraging Michael Bloomberg to run. Fanciful or a break with politics as we know it?
Murdoch enjoys meeting good politicians - and winners: Rupert Murdoch…
The following message from Rupert Murdoch just landed in News Limited employees’ inboxes. ear Colleagues: Today, James and I appeared before a committee of the UK Parliament with regard to the issues connected to the News of the World. We did so to apologize, reiterate the Company’s cooperation with the police, and explain what we [...]
Rupert Murdoch's right-leaning publication takes crass to a new level in Thursday's paper. read more
Originally published on RenewEconomy. By Sophie Vorrath Rupert Murdoch’s Australian mastheads are not exactly known as champions of green energy or climate policies, but a new deal between News Corp Australia and car maker Mitsubishi could see them lead the charge for green driving. Show More Summary
First Russell Brand, and now Rupert Murdoch has joined the list of ‘endorsements Jeremy Corbyn might not actually want’. The News UK media mogul, whose papers backed the Tories in the… Continue reading The post Rupert Murdoch comes out in support of Jeremy Corbyn appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
You know something weird is going on when Rupert Murdoch's conservative media empire gets taken for a ride
In the business world, Donald Trump is more Rupert Murdoch’s peer than his subject—but when it comes to the Republican front-runner’s patented propensity to galvanize the press and cultivate his all-important brand, he has, in part, Murdoch to thank.
News Corporation snuffs educational tablet biz in another MySpace moment Rupert Murdoch's unerring nose for a future tech market failure has struck again, with the company writing down its Amplify education business.…
Rupert Murdoch is turning into a property flipping mogul. First he listed his One Madison penthouse in April (which he'd only bought the year earlier), and now he's flipping a West Village townhouse he bought a mere five months ago.Show More Summary