Tag Archives: Rupert Murdoch

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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Is it time to stop laying into Rupert Murdoch?

Why should we, you ask, when it’s so much fun? It is indeed fun to observe the over-mighty Murdochs, paterfamilias Rupert and once super-cocky son James suffering the slings and arrows of the commentariat, various MPs and, rather more worryingly ...

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Rupert Murdoch plays an Aussie straight bat in feeble Leveson inquisition

I suppose when you’re 81 you can do weary in an extended grilling about your company, your ethics and, most of all, yourself and Rupert Murdoch did just that today, masterfully, when he testified before the UK’s Leveson Inquiry into ...

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Can WPP’s Team News wave a magic wand over embattled News international?

News International has made its choice from the WPP agencies involved in the closed pitch for its business and the winners are: Grey, M/SIX (formerly CHI Media), Ogilvy One (direct) and Ogilvy Change (‘behavioural science’ apparently). WPP losers are creative ...

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