Media baron Rupert Murdoch, who controls News Corp., spoke at the company's Global Energy Initiative in 2007 in New York. News Corp. owns Twentieth Century Fox, the Fox broadcast network, Fox News Channel, newspapers in the United Kingdom and Australia and MySpace.
Media baron Rupert Murdoch, who controls News Corp., spoke at the company's Global Energy Initiative in 2007 in New York. News Corp. owns Twentieth Century Fox, the Fox broadcast network, Fox News Channel, newspapers in the United Kingdom and Australia and MySpace. File photo The Associated Press
Media baron Rupert Murdoch, who controls News Corp., spoke at the company's Global Energy Initiative in 2007 in New York. News Corp. owns Twentieth Century Fox, the Fox broadcast network, Fox News Channel, newspapers in the United Kingdom and Australia and MySpace. File photo The Associated Press

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