Murdoch son rallies as BSkyB search expands

Johnson, Debra; Goldsmith, Jill
October 2003
Variety;10/20/2003, Vol. 392 Issue 10, p5
Trade Publication
Considers James Murdoch as a contender for the post of CEO at BSkyB to succeed Tony Ball. Expansion of the executive search of News Corp.


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