News Corp. Settles Lawsuit Over Hacking, Shine Acquisition for $139M 3 weeks ago
News Corporation has settled the class-action lawsuit filed against the company on behalf of its shareholders, agreeing to a $139 million...
By Tim Kenneally
Former reporter talked with the New York Times about Coulson's role in phone hacking
Assistant commissioner John Yates resigns a day after his boss, commissioner Sir Paul Stephenson, does the same
From the closing of a major tabloid to resignations and arrests, TheWrap traces the contours of the ongoing scandal
Latest: Assistant police commissioner John Yates resigns on Monday, following his boss, Sir Paul Stephenson
Neil Wallis, former News editor a key suspect in the hacking scandal, worked for Metropolitan police chief Paul Stephenson and got him a perk at a spa
Brooks was arrested on charges of conspiring to intercept communications and corruption allegations
Former News International chair Les Hinton bows to pressure, following Rebekah Brooks out the door at News Corp.
Now it's CNN that's underplaying a story that involves its own Larry King replacement
Former News of the World editor says, "This time my resignation has been accepted"
Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal is the second biggest shareholder after the Murdoch family
Both Rupert and James will testify after initially refusing, News International chief Rebekah Brooks will appear as well
Calls are intensifying for a criminal investigation on this side of the Atlantic -- and there's that pesky shareholders' suit
Analysis: The family that owned the Journal regrets selling to Rupert, but how can they claim they didn't know?
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"
Scope will be broadened from just News Corp. to scrutinize greater dealings between law enforcement, the media and politicians
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
Company will expand buyback program that was down to $1.8 billion to $5 billion
Reports indicate the former prime minister's property and family medical records were compromised by Murdoch owned paper
Culture minister refers deal to the Competition Commission, says it won't happen until next year (if ever)
News Corp. CEO appears arm-in-arm with embattled lieutenant the same day as the last edition of News of the World rolls off presses
By shutting down the British tabloid, the company may have rescued a deal for BSkyB, but the taint could spread
Three brothers from Irvine not only had an interest in expanding their ad network, but in an inventive strategy that News Corp. found appealing: JT
"The Social Network" star will also take an ownership stake
The actor tells TheWrap: "You can’t shy away from a moment when it’s there”