Why Rupert Murdoch Will Survive And Thrive Again

Forbes, Steve
August 2011
Forbes Asia;Aug2011, Vol. 7 Issue 9, p11
The article comments on phone-hacking controversy surrounding News Corp. and its chairman Rupert Murdoch. By referring to the controversy, it is stated that a crisis can come from a leader's own mistakes, from circumstances beyond his/her control. It is mentioned that Murdoch's numerous foes are trying to use the phone-hacking scandal to tarnish his image.


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