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    1. March 13, 2015

      The networker: Martin Sorrell of WPP

      ...however. Unlike fellow ringmasters Diller, Murdoch and Redstone, who control the businesses they built, Sorrell...the EU or to debate current affairs on BBC’s Question Time — “because he likes the joust”. Sorrell...Tempus Group 2002 H-line Worldwide (China) PR 2003 Cordiant Communications 2005 Grey...Andrew Hill

    2. November 28, 2014

      Best books of 2014

      Publishers have their faults but they do not forget anniversaries. This year in books, accordingly, was always going to haveLorien Kite

    3. FT Alphaville

      May 29, 2013

      The (early) Lunch Wrap

      ...Financial Times) IMF cuts China growth forecast to 7...its growth forecast for China this year to 7.75 per...2013 growth estimates for China by private economists after...2.3% in 2014.” (BBC) Murdoch seeks to persuade Wall...FT Alphaville

    1. FT Alphaville

      November 11, 2011

      Pink picks

      ...sought to convince his BBC radio audience that...Philip Stephens: A Murdoch dynasty that is never...journalism at Rupert Murdoch’s News International...The octogenarian Mr Murdoch presides over the dynasty...Markets Insight: Cogs of China’s credit machine are...Joseph Cotterill

    2. beyondbrics

      September 29, 2011

      China's bid for media power

      ...power. But this week, China gave a little-noticed...obsession with soft power. China wants a “right to be...Arthur Sulzberger Jr, BBC director-general Mark...the coverage: Rupert Murdoch, who was there on behalf of...that’s not really to China’s taste. This year...Kathrin Hille

    3. July 27, 2011

      Why James Murdoch should resign today

      ...chairmanship, where Rupert Murdoch was succeeded by his...hereditary office. The Murdoch record at the News of the...craven ejection of the BBC from the Star satellite...for fear of upsetting China. If BSkyB is to avoid several months of Murdoch-dominated limbo, its...Christopher Bland

    4. January 27, 2011

      Murdoch battles to expand media empire

      ...blistering speech about the BBC’s “state-sponsored...letter words. James Murdoch’s sharp elbows...through this.” When Mr Murdoch showed up unexpectedly...personal control. Mr Murdoch was “like a bull in a china shop” in addressing...By Andrew Edgecliffe-Johnson and Ben Fenton

    5. January 25, 2011

      BSkyB dither shows politicos unfit to police plurality

      ...wrath of owner Rupert Murdoch. It would follow that Mr Murdoch, who through News...the liberal-leaning BBC on public debate...declaration of war on Mr Murdoch. A waiver could, conversely...countries, in particular China. HSBC burnished its...By Jonathan Guthrie

    6. August 9, 2010

      Mogul’s quiet retreat marks end of the affair

      ...dishes a month later, Mr Murdoch had realised he had made...had agreed to pull the BBC World channel from Star...Mao Zedong. “The BBC was driving them nuts. It...perceived kowtowing to China continued to haunt Mr Murdoch – he was still criticised...By Kathrin Hille in Beijing and Kenneth Li in New York

    7. September 22, 2009

      Sorrell sees more gloom for media

      ...spending. Even Rupert Murdoch, the News Corp chief...particularly India and China, to lead the world out...The presence of the BBC in the UK means the pressure...increasingly dominant." James Murdoch's criticism of the BBC in his MacTaggart lecture...By Tim Bradshaw

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