Media mogul Rupert Murdoch is calling for former Mayor Michael Bloomberg to enter the presidential race, but some political pundits aren’t so sure he’d have a chance.
A U.S. senator from Connecticut has sent a letter to media mogul Rupert Murdoch asking that Fox network not broadcast Saturday night’s NASCAR Sprint Cup race sponsored by the National Rifle Association.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg doesn’t understand why people just don’t think before they tweet.
News Corporation has acquired a 49 percent stake in the YES Network.
Bill Gates is still the wealthiest man in America. However, Mayor Michael Bloomberg isn’t too far behind.
Marie Colvin, an award-winning journalist who worked for Britain’s The Sunday Times, died Wednesday from government shelling in the city of Homes.
Chanting “We are the 99 percent!” they raised their voices, raised their signs and raised a ruckus as they marched through the land of the ladies who lunch.
Over 100 New York City business leaders have written a joint letter to the leaders in Congress, asking that they not cut homeland security funding for the world’s biggest terrorist target.
The families are meeting with Attorney General Eric Holder about the FBI inquiry into the allegations that Rupert Murdoch’s media empire may have tried to hack into the phones of 9/11 victims.
A lawyer for some 9/11 family members says Eric Holder has agreed to meet with them on Aug. 24 regarding the FBI inquiry into the allegations surrounding Rupert Murdoch’s media empire.
The FBI began its investigation last week amid claims that Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. may have tried to hack into the phones of 9/11 victims after Long Island Rep. Peter King put on the pressure demanding action.
During his testimony Tuesday, 80-year-old Murdoch told British lawmakers that he has seen no evidence that 9/11 victims were targeted by his newspapers in a phone hacking scandal.
“I want them to investigate and investigate fully. I have a lot of 9/11 families in my district, they’re entitled to know if their privacy was violated,” Long Island Rep. Peter King said.
News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch is betting that New Yorkers – and others – are going to be willing to trade-in their train-riding ritual of flipping pages for swiping a screen.