Murdoch Yields on Option Plan

Higgins, John M.
October 2003
Broadcasting & Cable;10/20/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 42, p6
Reports on the decision of executive Rupert Murdoch to cancel his stock-options plan for News Corp. executives as of October 2003. Beneficiaries of the stock-plan; Details of the stock-plan; Percentage of shareholder votes controlled by Murdoch; Companies that are similarly structured as News Corp.


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