April 24, 2009
If there’s one criticism of Rupert Murdoch that stands out above all others, it’s his failure to set an ultimate standard of behaviour for those around him.
April 23, 2009
News Corp could produce a 45% slump in net earnings in its third quarter results, according to research from media analysts.
April 16, 2009
Borrowing, sponging, lifting, scrounging, leaching, pinching, and outright theft of other publications' work is firmly in the American journalistic tradition, says Slate's Jack Shafer.
April 16, 2009
A tipster claims another big household name is set to ditch Myer, while another explains the comings and goings of "female interest" writers in major newspapers.
April 15, 2009
There’s growing evidence that Rupert Murdoch's local henchmen could be mulling a left-field plan to give away its stable of mastheads.
March 23, 2009 1
Leading Australian company director, Sir Rod Eddington, strongly criticised lofty termination payments last week. Was he so forthright in the News Corporation boardroom last month? Adam Schwab writes:
February 27, 2009 12
The use of racist imagery to depict anyone should be just as unacceptable in Australia as it is in the US, writes Stephen Downes.
February 25, 2009 3
Even Rupert may difficulty defending paying his COO remuneration of US$147 million, a termination payment of at least US$29 million and a six-year motion picture agreement while News Corp shares plummet, writes Adam Schwab.
February 12, 2009 1
Rupert Murdoch's New Corporation is continuing its cost-cutting ways, writes Glenn Dyer.
December 12, 2008 3
News.com.au readers favoured stories about s-x, nudity, freaks, aliens, the iPhone and Stephanie Rice over politics in 2008, writes Ruth Brown.