Sending a Message to the Murdochs

October 2011
Multichannel News;10/31/2011, Vol. 32 Issue 41, p22
The article discusses the results of News Corp.'s shareholders meeting wherein they conducted an election for the company's board of directors. It states that shareholders who were dismayed with News Corp.'s handling of a phone-hacking scandal did not vote for chief operating officer (COO) James Murdoch's reelection, however he was still guaranteed a seat. It adds that analysts regarded it as a solid no-confidence vote for a director. A chart depicting the election's results is also presented.


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