Rupert Murdoch at 90: Fox, succession and ‘one more big play’

In his twilight years, the question of what happens to the Murdoch media dynasty still seems to involve a family struggle
By his own reckoning, Rupert Murdoch was supposed to die a fortnight ago, on a Tuesday afternoon.
The media mogul scribbled the moment of his demise on a piece of paper in 2001 and flourished it during an interview taking stock of a five-decade career, which had turned a ho-hum Adelaide newspaper that he inherited from his father Sir Keith Murdoch into a global business empire,…

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