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Great Gatsby goof-up: billboard-sized Baz booboo ... US man takes out front page ad about himself. ... Front Page of the Day ... News of the World's 'fake sheikh' had Tom Watson followed, emails show and more ..

Oz glass houses … Great Gatsby goof … front-page love …

Great Gatsby goof-up: billboard-sized Baz booboo ... US man takes out front page ad about himself. ... Front Page of the Day ... News of the World's 'fake sheikh' had Tom Watson followed, emails show and more ..

The ability of corporations to evade responsibility for their actions is central to modern corporate governance.

News International: no mafiosi, just a regular corporation

The ability of corporations to evade responsibility for their actions is central to modern corporate governance.

<b>Crikey media wrap</b>: News Corp boss James Murdoch faced up to his second UK parliamentary committee into the News of the World phone hacking scandal, denying that he had misled the committee previously.

‘Mafia boss’ Murdoch gets another NotW grilling

Crikey media wrap: News Corp boss James Murdoch faced up to his second UK parliamentary committee into the News of the World phone hacking scandal, denying that he had misled the committee previously.

In today's Media Briefs: Michael Jackson death pic ... Kwark still saving the old world ... Australia Network contract decision imminent ... Assange misses chart and more ...

Jacko death bed … Australia Network decision … Assange’s book fail …

In today's Media Briefs: Michael Jackson death pic ... Kwark still saving the old world ... Australia Network contract decision imminent ... Assange misses chart and more ...

That story has always been unbelievable, but an absence of evidence allowed the News hierarchy to tell the story with a straight face -- as Rupert and James Murdoch did appearing before the committee earlier.

James Murdoch and his 15 minutes of …?

That story has always been unbelievable, but an absence of evidence allowed the News hierarchy to tell the story with a straight face -- as Rupert and James Murdoch did appearing before the committee earlier.

I would like to know, if someone could please explain it to me, just what is progressive and exciting and worthy of journalistic spasms of joy about a situation where the authorities can spy on us, but we cannot spy on them, writes <b>Brendan O'Neill</b>, editor of Spiked.

House of Commons? More like House of Hypocrites …

I would like to know, if someone could please explain it to me, just what is progressive and exciting and worthy of journalistic spasms of joy about a situation where the authorities can spy on us, but we cannot spy on them, writes Brendan O'Neill, editor of Spiked.

The performance of Rupert and James Murdoch before a Commons committee presents News Corp shareholders with a terrible dilemma.

Pity the Murdochs, innocents lost in a world of knaves and fools

The performance of Rupert and James Murdoch before a Commons committee presents News Corp shareholders with a terrible dilemma.

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