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  • Private eye tailed Prince William, others for tabloid, BBC says

     
    Prince William tailed: A British tabloid hired a private detective to spy on dozens of celebrities, including Prince William, according to a new report....
  • James Murdoch gets support from BSkyB board

     
    The board of British Sky Broadcasting is rallying around embattled James Murdoch, who serves as chairman of the satellite broadcaster. BSkyB is 40% owned by News Corp., where Murdoch is deputy chief operating officer....
  • For James Murdoch, the buck stops somewhere else

     
    It's nice to know that in Britain, tradition is still important. And I don't mean the royal family. No, I'm talking about the proud tradition of blaming others when scandal erupts. Its latest practitioner is James Murdoch, son of Rupert......
  • Hugh Grant raises profile of hacking hearings in London

     
    The tactics of British tabloids, including Rupert Murdoch's News Corp.'s now-defunct News of the World, are getting an airing this week as actor Hugh Grant and the parents of a slain London schoolgirl provide gripping testimony. Grant told how he did...
  • Hugh Grant alleges British tabloid hacked his phone

     
    Hugh Grant alleges his phone was hacked by the Mail on Sunday tabloid....
  • James Murdoch leaves boards of British newspapers' parent firms

     
    News Corp.'s chief operating officer, James Murdoch, has resigned from the boards of the companies that operate the British newspapers the Sun and the Times. Murdoch remains chairman of News International, the division that controls News Corp....
  • James Murdoch survives BSkyB vote despite dissent

     
    Despite the taint of the persistent British phone-hacking scandal, James Murdoch on Tuesday was reelected as chairman of the powerful British Sky Broadcasting television service....
  • News Corp. COO Chase Carey wary of sports tiers

     
    News Corp. Chief Operating Officer Chase Carey hinted that the programming giant would be against any push from pay-television providers to put sports channels on a specialty tier....
  • British police make another phone hacking arrest

     
    London police arrest phone hacker suspect; British police announced the arrest Wednesday of a 41-year-old man in their investigation of phone hacking....
  • James Murdoch received email warning of phone hacking 'nightmare scenario'

     
    James Murdoch, deputy chief operating officer of News Corp., received a warning in 2008 of a "nightmare scenario" regarding the illegal phone hacking by News of the World reporters and operatives. Murdoch insists he was not aware of the widespread...
  • The Morning Fix: Burkle makes moves! Fox News' Ailes gets bigger.

     
    Friday's Morning Fix roundup includes links to stories about HBO and Netflix, Chelsea Clinton, Ron Burkle and a preview of the upcoming box office....
  • British police make new arrest in phone-hacking scandal

     
    Scotland Yard made another arrest Friday in Britain's long-running phone-hacking scandal. The 47-year-old woman is identified as Cheryl Carter, a former assistant to ex-News of the World editor Rebekah Brooks....