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  1. Sir Keith Arthur Murdoch (12 August 1885 – 4 October 1952) was an Australian journalist, businessman and the father of Rupert Murdoch, the current ...

  2. Keith Rupert Murdoch AC KCSG (/ ˈ m ɜːr d ɒ k / MUR-dok; born 11 March 1931) is an Australian-born American business magnate. Through his company News Corp, he is the owner of hundreds of local, national, and international publishing outlets around the world, including in the UK (The Sun and The Times), in Australia (The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, and The Australian), in the US (The Wall ...

  3. Keith Rupert Murdoch (Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; 11 de marzo de 1931) es un empresario, inversor y magnate australiano nacionalizado estadounidense, director ejecutivo y principal accionista de las compañías Fox News, que comprenden medios tales como The Sun y The Times y cadenas de televisión como Fox y Sky.

  4. 04/11/2022 · The Keith Murdoch affair is one that has grown a life of its own ever since that fateful night after the All Blacks beat Wales by 19-16 at the old Cardiff Arms Park. The short version is that 29-year-old, 110kg prop Murdoch scored a try in that game, drank heavily afterwards in the Angel and punched out security guard Peter Grant in a kitchen.

  5. Lachlan Keith Murdoch (/ ˈ l ɒ k l ə n /; born 8 September 1971) is a British-Australian businessman and mass media heir. [1] [3] He is the executive chairman of Nova Entertainment , co-chairman of News Corp , executive chairman and CEO of Fox Corporation , [4] and the founder of Australian investment company Illyria Pty Ltd.

  6. 30/11/2022 · #35 Rupert Murdoch & family on the 2022 Forbes 400 - Murdoch controls a media empire that includes cable channel Fox News, The Times of London and The

  7. By the early 21st century, Murdoch wielded considerable influence in both media and politics. However, in July 2011 he and the News Corporation came under intense scrutiny for wrongdoing at News of the World. Mounting evidence indicated that newspaper staffers had engaged in illegal and unethical behaviour, notably the hacking of mobile phone mailboxes belonging to celebrities, murder victims ...