Two top names at Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. resigned on Friday. Earlier in the week, Murdoch had to abandon his $12 billion bid to takeover BSkyB, the British broadcaster. Meanwhile, the FBI has opened an investigation into whether reporters working for News Corp. tried to access cellphone messages and records of 9/11 victims here in the United States. Host Scott Simon speaks with Clive Crook, columnist for the Financial Times and a contributor to the Atlantic.
News Corp. Dynasty Crumbles From The Top Down
By NPR Staff • Jul 16, 2011