Hugh Grant Receives 'Substantial' Settlement in News of the World Hacking Lawsuit 21 weeks ago
Hugh Grant has settled his legal beef with the former publishers of defunct British tabloid News of the World -- and he's walking away...
By Tim Kenneally
Former News of the World editor was formally charged in a case that rocked News Corp. to its core
We are instituting a more robust compliance structure, News Corp. chief Rupert Murdoch tells his employees after scathing report from Parliament
Myler oversaw the shuttered U.K. tabloid during the worst of its phone hacking scandal
The lawyer drops that hint while questioning Piers Morgan
New allegations surface that News Corp.’s UK publishing arm hacked into the computer of former Northern Ireland Secretary Peter Hain
News Corp. Chief Rupert Murdoch's son returns to Parliament Thursday for a second testimony
The media baron faces tough questions about phone hacking scandal -- vote results due later Friday
A New York Times story published Wednesday raises questions about who will succeed Rupert Murdoch as News Corp.'s CEO
Scotland Yard is claiming the British daily violated the Official Secrets Act
The board of directors will meet Tuesday before announcing fiscal results Wednesday and the scandal is bound to be discussed
Comedian "Jonnie Marbles," who gave Rupert Murdoch a foam pie-to-the-face during his July 19 court hearings, is facing punishment of his own
Wall Street loves the mustachioed deputy chairman and credits him for most of the conglomerate's smarter decisions of late. Now, if only Rupert and James will step out of his way
The journalist who broke the story will write book to be published in fall 2012
British Prime Minister and Parliamentarians call for Murdoch to answer more questions over "mistaken" information
Matt Nixson fired for possible improprieties from his time at News of the World
Senators Jay Rockefeller and Barbara Boxer want Dow Jones & Co.'s special committee to investigate circumstances surrounding the hiring of Les Hinton
Cameron regrets hiring Andy Coulson but does not deny talking with former News International chief Rebekah Brooks about BSkyB
Not long ago, I glimpsed the human being inside the mogul; and if chance brings you before him, you'll get his entire focus
Analysis: The media mogul seemed out of touch, uninformed and defensive while testifying before Parliament on Tuesday
News International's ex-CEO, already arrested for her part in the phone-hacking scandal, testifies after Rupert and James Murdoch
Former News of the World editor says, "This time my resignation has been accepted"
Four Senators and one Representative have sent letters to the DOJ, SEC and FBI requesting an investigation into possible illegal activities
Statement: "It has become clear that it is too difficult to progress in this climate"
The British correspondent defends the utter inferiority of his country's media
House of Commons will vote on whether "it is in the public interest for Rupert Murdoch and News Corporation to withdraw their bid for BSkyB"
News Corp. says it will cooperate
All makers of loud, stupid action movies only wish their films delivered as much sheer sensation as this latest installment in the vroom-vroom saga