Murdoch: No Rush on Liberty

Farrell, Mike
October 2006
Multichannel News;10/23/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 42, p8
The article reports on the statement by Rupert Murdoch, chairman of New Corp., about the issue that the firm is about to close a deal to buy back 19 percent voting stake in the company from Liberty Media. According to him, his company is in no hurry to have a deal with Liberty. However, Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei has said that a deal with News Corp. was already closed.


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