Rupert Murdoch at 90: Fox, succession and ‘one more big play’
An insightful exploration of the media dynasty's future. At ninety years of age, Rupert Murdoch is still churning out business deals that are the envy of other news publishers. But, as he enters the later stages of his life, the question of what will happen when he relinquishes his power becomes more prominent. Alex Barker, Anna Nicolaou and James Fontanella-Khan analyse his corporation's fate, which seems to involve a ceaseless family struggle of TV drama proportions.
From Financial Times