He was so contrite when he appeared before them in 2011 - so what was that punchy encounter with Sun staff all about?
The 'king of commodities' who spent two decades on the FBI most-wanted list has died in Switzerland
It was clearly a gift says Putin's spokesman; if Kraft believes otherwise he should see a psychoanalyst
And one of them is a teaser from BBC's Peston who claims 'undisclosed reasons' are jaw-dropping
Major shareholders from UK, US and Canada renew campaign against media mogul
$139m settlement also relates to questions over the purchase of the UK TV production firm
'Disrespectful and embarrassing feature' harms young women, group says in letter to Sun editor
'Bitter' rivalry between media companies escalates after BSkyB's refusal to run adverts for BT Sport
Former Sun editor unveiled as new online columnist... and heaps praise on Murdoch
Hacked Off group were in on late-night talks - but the papers weren't. Now they're threatening a boycott
PM runs out of patience over 'unbridgeable gap' on press regs. Has he made an historic mistake?
John Prescott urges tabloid readers to complain about treatment of Pistorius murder story
List of 100 politicians, entertainers and business leaders too 'white, middle-aged and middle-class'
After generations of women have argued fruitlessly for its removal, media mogul hints at change of heart
Murdoch’s quarterly profits up as it shells out £56m in costs relating to phone hacking scandal
Analysts predict 'bloodbath' in UK pay-TV market as Murdoch rival acquires cable TV company
Billionaire tycoon John Malone's company in takeover talks with Virgin media
London mayor's dinner with media mogul labeled 'totally inappropriate', but City Hall won't comment