Rupert Murdoch

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  1. The World's Top Ten Media Companies

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  1. How are Rupert Murdoch's holdings distributed?

    Learn more about Rupert Murdoch's holdings and how he built his media empire around the world. Find out which popular brands ...
  2. How did Rupert Murdoch make his fortune?

    Find out how Rupert Murdoch, Chairman and CEO of News Corporation, amassed his fortune by turning a small Australian newspaper ...
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