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Leveson is side-tracked by the politicians but Rebekah Brooks’ day in court may be the clincher

Leveson is side-tracked by the politicians but Rebekah Brooks’ day in court may be the clincher

The UK’s Leveson Inquiry into media ethics, set up by PM David Cameron to take the heat off politicians for their cosy relationships with law-breaking newspaper groups, has well and truly backfired. For Cameron and co obviously, because their cringe-making ...

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What a busy week: Facebook IPO fiasco, Adam & Eve goes for mind-boggling £60m, Jeremy Hunt on way out and why aren’t we on Google News?

What a busy week: Facebook IPO fiasco, Adam & Eve goes for mind-boggling £60m, Jeremy Hunt on way out and why aren’t we on Google News?

OK, let’s take it from the top: Facebook’s IPO was a fiasco as there was clearly information available about the company’s struggle to reach ad revenue targets that were made available to some investors (the big boys) and not the ...

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Could boss Sly Bailey be on her way out at ever-declining Trinity Mirror?

Could boss Sly Bailey be on her way out at ever-declining Trinity Mirror?

The Financial Times seems to think so, judging by an apparently well-sourced report that describes shareholder unrest at the UK national and regional newspaper company. UK newspapers, even posh ones that write about business such as the FT, don’t usually ...

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