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Did Rupert Murdoch Meet His Match?

Posted at 6:53AM Friday 08 Aug 2014

Has the "Dirty Digger" really come a cropper, or has that sly old dog Rupert Murdoch simply retreated to his lair to scheme and plan in much more ruthless detail a mega-takeover that will define his storied career?

On the face of things, Mr Murdoch has withdrawn 21st Century Fox's $80bn (£48bn) bid for Time Warner that has left the 83-year-old media titan's legacy takeover move in tatters.

Independent




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