ZeroSec DeepState Dox 20


15 November 2017

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#mark hurd#
President of Oracle and Executive of Hewlett Packard 2006 pay: Options
Mark V. Hurd, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer $13,980,000 $1,370,000 On August 6, 2010, CEO Mark Hurd resigned amid controversy and CFO Cathie Lesjak assumed the role of interim CEO.
Although the allegations were deemed baseless, the investigation led to questions concerning between $1000 and $20000 of his private expenses and his lack of disclosure related to the friendship.
Privately resolved a sexual harassment claim pressed by HP marketing assistant Jodie Fisher, who had hired Gloria Allred to represent her.
20-25 Hurd denied trying to seduce her; regardless, he was forced to resign as CEO of HP over "inaccurate expense reports submitted by Mark or on his behalf that intended to or had the effect of concealing Mark's personal relationship with the contractor"
He was given a severance package of $28M in a mixture of cash and stock, and a month later was hired as co-President of Oracle.
0-7 Oracle President (2010-)
Hewlett-Packard President and CEO (2005-10, forced to resign)
NCR CEO (2003-05)
NCR COO (2002-03)
NCR President (2001-05)
NCR COO, Teradata (2000-03)
NCR EVP (2000-01)
Member of the Board of Hewlett-Packard (2005-10, as Chairman, 2006-10)
Member of the Board of Oracle (2010-)
Member of the Board of NCR (2003-05)
Member of the Board of News Corporation (2008-)
Phi Delta Theta Fraternity
Technology CEO Council
World Technology Network
National Cash Register, acquired by AT&T in 1991, spun off again in 1997.
Hurd was a member of the Technology CEO Council and served on the board of directors of News Corporation until 2010
He was named president of NCR in 2001 and was given additional responsibilities as chief operating officer in 2002
Hurd succeeded Pat Dunn as board chairman after she resigned after the pretexting controversy
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Hurd had a reputation for aggressive cost-cutting. He laid off 15,200 workers — 10% of the workforce — shortly after becoming CEO
Shut Up, Mark Hurd.

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Other cost-cutting includes reducing the IT department from 19,000 to 8,000, reducing the number of software applications that HP uses from 6,000 to 1,500, and consolidating HP's 85 data centers to 6
During the 2009 recession, Hurd imposed a temporary 5% pay cut on all employees and removed many benefits.

In 2008, Hurd's total compensation was $39,952,237
including a base salary of $1,450,000, stock award of $7,907,660, cash bonus of $23,931,882, and $662,695 in perquisites and other compensation
It was the largest bonus of any CEO in 2008, although Hurd would implement a wage freeze on his employee
Hurd's decision was made after an investigation into whether Hurd violated HP’s code of business conduct following claims made by former contractor, Jodie Fisher. The investigation concluded that the company's sexual-harassment policy was not violated, but in the course of investigating the allegations, they found that Hurd had submitted inaccurate expense reports
HP's Mark Hurd Resigns After Sexual Harassment Probe: Video

On September 6, 2010, Hurd was named president of Oracle Corporation alongside Safra A. Catz, succeeding former president Charles Phillips
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Hurd was also appointed a member of the Oracle Corporation board of directors. Hurd and Catz were appointed by then-CEO Larry Ellison.
On September 18, 2014, Ellison announced he was stepping down as CEO of Oracle, with Hurd and Catz both becoming CEO's.
THere's a for the shit job he did at HP
"Hurd’s instruction was simple: Fix my Google results. So on Oracle’s dime, Bunting embarked on a campaign to gin up new content about Hurd that would displace the seamy and steamy material that turned up in an Internet search. A combination of Bunting’s efforts and the passage of time did the trick, and chatter about the circumstances of Hurd’s exit from HP finally receded." “The quality of people is very high. But you will never find Oracle on a list of the 50 best places to work. There are very few people in the spotlight, and the attitude is that everyone is replaceable.”(edited)
When Hurd arrived at Oracle there was considerable fear, given his reputation for cost cutting. He was reviled at HP for slashing its multibillion-dollar research budget Just look at Oracle's results: The company generated less revenue in fiscal 2017 than it did three years earlier. Hurd repeatedly soliciting sex from Jodie Fisher, a greeter at HP
Hurd pushed Fisher to meet him for dinner, give him hugs, sleep in his room and have sex with him, despite her continuous rejections of his advances
Hurd inappropriately used company funds to take Fisher to dinner at non-HP events. circa 2007(edited)
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Hurd, who is married, flew from Palo Alto to Santa Monica, Calif., to meet Fisher personally, though the 45-minute conversation was primarily personal in nature, according to the letter.
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Hurd asked Fisher to come to his room to see some documents about Madame Wu Yi, the Chinese Vice-Premier, whom Hurd was to meet the next day.
Hurd fondled Fisher and asked her to stay the night, a proposition which she rejected. A "clearly miffed" Hurd said he was never rejected, and he demanded at least a hug.

Hurd continued to woo her, including by telling her about the various women he has slept with. He also noted that many women were "crazy about him," including singer Sheryl Crow.

Hurd of instructing Fisher not to disclose anything about the deal "as it would be considered insider trading" if Fisher bought stock in EDS as a result.
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Should You Follow Insider Trading in Stocks?

In one noteworthy advance that took place in July 2009, the letter says Hurd urged Fisher to "go away with him," and he offered her "anything she needed." Hurd told her that he believed he wanted to spend the rest of his life with her, but "would have to see how the chemistry in bed was.
Ernesto Espinoza, an HP shareholder, sued to make the letter public. He argued that stockholders should be able to determine for themselves whether Hurd's $12 million severance package was appropriate
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he was trying to replace experienced sales pros with lower-paid kids

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left with a $40 million severance package.

Ellison not only scooped him up after he left HP, but publicly defended him, too.
Ellison's game plan wasn't to become another HP. He simply wanted to stop having to depend on HP or IBM to build systems to run his software.

HP turned around and hired Leo Apotheker as its next CEO. He had just been sent packing from Oracle's long-time archenemy, SAP.
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SAP - What is SAP?

HP won the server lawsuit and the two settled over hiring Hurd, with Hurd agreeing to give back some of the HP stock options included in his $40 million severance package.

Hurd had no comment to our questions about HP. He and current HP CEO Meg Whitman are neighbors, both living in the affluent Silicon Valley town of Atherton.
"people tend to equate more spending on R&D means you’re going to have more good products ... That’s not true"
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Within a few months, Hurd shaved off 10 percent of the workforce to reduce expenses and increase profits. He hired Randall Mott to serve as chief information officer and tasked him with creating a single company database that would ultimately condense 85 data centers to just six, trim 7,000 software applications to 1,500 and condense 784 databases into one.
Earned CEO of the Year while dealing with sex abuse scandal
by San Francisco Chronicle that year he was also fired
Amy Knuckles
Participation Awards

Going after the number two vendor would be “the natural play,” for an up-and-comer like MongoDB, he believes, given SQL Server is “lower-featured” compared to Oracle.
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Hurd was a member of the Technology CEO Council and served on the board of directors of News Corporation until 2010
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News Update: Former H-P Exec Hurd Gets The Boot From News Corp.'s Board

News International is the company responsible for managing the media interest of its owner Rupert Murdoch.

The media interests of News International in the United Kingdom include:

BSkyB (39% Stake)
The Times
The Sunday Times
The Sun
The News of The World (now defunct)
The London Paper
Harper Collins (Publishing house)
In the United States Rupert Murdoch's Newscorp owns:

The New York Post
Fox News
20th Century Fox
Fox Searchlight Pictures
In October 2003 in the United States a study by the nonpartisan Program on International Policy Attitudes showed that 60% of U.S. citizens believed either that, clear evidence had been found of links between Iraq and Al Qaeda; W.M.D. had been found in Iraq; world public opinion favored the U.S. going to war with Iraq. 80% of the people who believed these falsehoods received their news primarily from Rupert Murdoch's Fox News.

The Times but Krugman argues that "a number of former Times employees have said that there was pressure to slant coverage — and everyone I’ve seen quoted defending Mr. Murdoch’s management is still on his payroll"

News Corporation legally avoid paying tax in the United Kingdom by registering for tax purposes in subsidiaries in the Cayman Islands, Bermuda, Virgin Islands and the Dutch Antilles“Believe-It-or-Not”13-Mindblowing-Facts-About-America’s-Tax-Dodging-Corporations.jpg

If Newscorp payed tax at the lowest available rate of 30% they would in the 11 years from 1991-2002 generated £350 million of tax revenue enough to build seven new hospitals, 50 secondary schools or 300 primary schools. The huge corporation managed to pay virtually no tax at all
When Tony Blair was UK Prime minister he secured the support of Murdoch's newspapers. Although he failed to tackle the corporation's reluctance to contribute tax revenues to the U.K. economy he did manage to lobby the Italian government on Rupert Murdoch's behalf on loosening anti-monopoly legislation that hindered his business interest
reports of wife swapping
The Telegraph
Leveson Inquiry: Rupert Murdoch endorsed Tony Blair after getting all he could from him

Bell Pottinger Public Affairs
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DirecTV, Dow Jones, Fox Entertainment Group, Harper Collins, The London Times, The New York Post, News of the World, The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, UK publishing group News International, dozens of American television stations, and myriad other media properties.(edited)
In 2013, the company split in two. Its publishing arm remained controlled by News Corporation. Its broadcasting division was spun off as 21st Century Fox.
Corporate headquarters:
Sydney, Australia
Alwaleed bin Talal
Mar-1955 World's 5th richest man, 2005
Roger Ailes
15-May-1940 CEO of Fox News
Rupert Murdoch
11-Mar-1931 Founder and CEO of News Corp
Peter Barnes
c. 1943 Former Philip Morris executive
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Viet Dinh
22-Feb-1968 USA PATRIOT Act mastermind
John L. Thornton
c. 1954 President of Goldman Sachs, 1999-200
Rod Paige
17-Jun-1933 US Secretary of Education, 2000-04
Stanley S. Shuman
c. 1934 Allen & Company
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Other current News Corp. relationships:
Advertiser Newspapers - subsidiary
Allen & Company LLC - advisers
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner at the Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference on July 12, 2017

Amplify - education brand
Beliefnet - acquirer
Beliefnet Rick Warren Interview: On Gay Marriage and Divorce

BSkyB - investor
BSkyB dealer channel broadcast on Astra 19E. (late 1990)

Centerview Partners - advisers
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Dow Jones & Company, Inc. - acquirer

Edelman - client
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Elmendorf Ryan - lobby firm
Fox Interactive Media - subsidiary
Fox Networks Group - operating unit
Harbinger Strategies, LLC - lobby firm

HarperCollins - subsidiary
Hulu, LLC - co-owner ZeroNewsCorp - Yesterday at 12:03 AM - investor
Livingston Group - lobby firm
media - media company
NetChoice - member
New York Post - owner
New York Post - owner
News America Inc. - subsidiary
News America Marketing - division
News Digital Media - division
News International Limited - U.K. arm
News Limited - division
Rotana Group - investor
Shine LTD. - acquirer
Slingshot Labs - subsidiary
U.S. investors in Argentina - investor
U.S. investors in Australia - investor
U.S. investors in Austria - investor
U.S. investors in Belgium - investor
U.S. investors in Bermuda - investor
U.S. investors in Brazil - investor
U.S. investors in Bulgaria - investor
U.S. investors in Canada - investor
U.S. investors in Cayman Islands - investor
U.S. investors in Chile - investor
U.S. investors in China - investor
U.S. investors in Colombia - investor
U.S. investors in Denmark - investor
U.S. investors in Dominican Republic - investor
U.S. investors in Estonia - investor
U.S. investors in Finland - investor
U.S. investors in France - investor
U.S. investors in Germany - investor
U.S. investors in Gibraltar - investor
U.S. investors in Greece - investor
U.S. investors in Guatemala - investor
U.S. investors in Hong Kong - investor
U.S. investors in Hungary - investor
U.S. investors in India - investor
U.S. investors in Ireland - investor
U.S. investors in Israel - investor
U.S. investors in Italy - investor
U.S. investors in Japan - investor
U.S. investors in Kenya - investor
U.S. investors in Luxembourg - investor
U.S. investors in Malaysia - investor
U.S. investors in Mauritius - investor
U.S. investors in Mexico - investor
U.S. investors in Netherlands - investor
U.S. investors in New Zealand - investor
U.S. investors in Norway - investor
U.S. investors in Panama - investor
U.S. investors in Papua New Guinea - investor
U.S. investors in Peru - investor
U.S. investors in Philippines - investor
U.S. investors in Poland - investor
U.S. investors in Portugal - investor
U.S. investors in Russia - investor
U.S. investors in Singapore - investor
U.S. investors in South Africa - investor
U.S. investors in South Korea - investor
U.S. investors in Spain - investor
U.S. investors in Sweden - investor
U.S. investors in Switzerland - investor
U.S. investors in Thailand - investor
U.S. investors in Trinidad and Tobago - investor
U.S. investors in Turkey - investor
U.S. investors in United Arab Emirates - investor
U.S. investors in United Kingdom - investor
U.S. investors in Uruguay - investor
U.S. investors in Venezuela - investor
U.S. investors in Vietnam - investor
News Corporation describes itself as "a constellation of media businesses, News Corporation's global operations encompass the fields of filmed entertainment, newspapers, pay and free-to-air television, cable network programming, book publishing, magazines and consumer marketing."
Saudi Prince al-Waleed bin Talal is a major shareholder in News Corporation
The Young Turks
Is Fox News Owned By A Saudi Oil Prince?

Saudi prince was using his influence as a major shareholder to put pressure on Fox News about its coverage of the riots in France
. Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, a significant investor in News Corporation, told Murdoch he objected to highlighting the Muslim role in the riots. Murdoch said the change was made after it was determined that there was a Catholic role in the riots.
In June, 2010, News Corp donated $1 million to the Republican Governors Association. Later that summer, it also donated $1 million to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, another pro-GOP group.
Mission Statement
"Just as our assets span the world, our vision spans art and humor, audacity and compassion, information and innovation - whether in an American television series, an Indian game show, an Australian newspaper, an English sports broadcast or an international box-office hit," the company website states
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British Sky Broadcasting Ltd, FOX Broadcasting Company, Fox Sports,, Fox Television Stations, Inc., FOXTEL, News Corporation Limited Japan, Sky Latin America (SKY Brasil Serviços Ltda., Innova, Sky Multi Country), SKY PerfecTV!, STAR (Channel [V], ESPN STAR Sports, National Geographic Channel Asia, Phoenix Satellite Television Holdings Ltd.), Twentieth Television
New York Post
News International plc
News Limited
The Times (London) and The Sunday Times
On December 22, 2003 News Corporation finalised a $US6billion bid to take a controlling stake in Hughes Electronics and its US pay TV operation, DirecTV. "Now, with the addition of DirecTV, Murdoch has the last piece in a global distribution system that is unparalleled - and he will be rolling out a swag of new channels to run on that system. If you are a content company like Viacom, Disney or Time Warner, at some point in the future you will depend upon Murdoch to run your programs around the world," Chenoweth wrote
O'Dwyers PR Daily reported that in March 2005 News Corporation disclosed in its federal filing that it had hired the Glover Park Group for "advocacy & image advertising, media relations, issues & crisis management and research"
Hillary Clinton
The Story of Her | Hillary Clinton

It was the world's fourth-largest media group in 2014 in terms of revenue.
Board members include prominent former Spanish prime minister José María Aznar
News Corporation was headquartered at 1211 Avenue of the Americas, New York, in the newer 1960s–1970s corridor of the Rockefeller Center complex.

company was re-incorporated under Delaware General Corporation Law after a majority of shareholders approved the move on 12 November 2004.
Formerly incorporated in Adelaide, South Australia
), News International (a newspaper publisher in the United Kingdom, whose properties include The Times, The Sun, and the now-defunct News of the World—which was the subject of a phone hacking scandal that led to its closure in July 2011), Dow Jones & Company (an American publisher of financial news outlets, including The Wall Street Journal), the book publisher HarperCollins, and the Fox Entertainment Group (owners of the 20th Century Fox film studio and the Fox Broadcasting Company—one of the United States' major television networks).
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Channel 4 News
Rupert Murdoch's unorthodox answers on phone hacking

. Employees of the newspaper were accused of engaging in phone hacking, police bribery, and exercising improper influence in the pursuit of stories. Whilst investigations conducted from 2005 to 2007 appeared to show that the paper's phone hacking activities were limited to celebrities, politicians, and members of the British Royal Family, in July 2011 it was revealed that the phones of murdered schoolgirl Milly Dowler, relatives of deceased British soldiers, and victims of the 7 July 2005 London bombings had also been hacked.
News Corp was created in 1979 by Rupert Murdoch as a holding company for News Limited. News Limited was created in 1923 in Adelaide; subsequently the controlling interest was bought by The Herald and Weekly Times. In 1949, Sir Keith Murdoch took control of The Adelaide News. When he died in 1952, his son Rupert inherited a controlling interest in an Adelaide afternoon tabloid, The News. News Limited operates today as News Corporation's Australian brand, The Australian operating out of Surry Hills, in Sydney.
Moving into the United States
News Ltd. made its first acquisition in the United States in 1973, when it purchased the San Antonio Express-News. Soon afterwards it founded the National Star, a supermarket tabloid, and in 1976 it purchased the New York Post.
On 4 September 1985, Murdoch became a naturalized citizen to satisfy the legal requirement that only United States citizens could own American television stations. In 1986, the Metromedia deal closed, and the Fox Broadcasting Company was launched. This network, known on-screen as "Fox", can now be picked up in over 96% of U.S. households.
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In 1995, the Fox network became the object of scrutiny from the FCC when it was alleged that its Australian base made Murdoch's ownership of Fox illegal. The FCC, however, ruled in Murdoch's favour, stating that his ownership of Fox was in the public's best interests.
News Corp Australia

Also mid 1999, The Economist reported that News Corp paid comparatively lower taxes and Newscorp Investments specifically had made £11.4 billion ($20.1 billion) in profits over the previous 11 years but had not paid net corporation tax.
Secular Talk
'Fox & Friends' Defends Corporate Tax Dodging

corporation's complex structure, international scope and use of offshore tax havens allowed News Corporation to pay minimal(edited)
In January 2005, shortly after reincorporation in the United States, News Corporation announced that it was buying out Fox Entertainment Group.
In July 2007, News Corp. reached a deal to acquire Dow Jones & Company, owners of The Wall Street Journal, for $5 billion.

Later in June, Specific Media and pop singer Justin Timberlake bought the site for $35 million, which CNN reported noted was "far less than the $580 million News Corp. paid for Myspace in 2005."
In July 2011, News Corp closed down the News of the World newspaper in the United Kingdom due to allegations of phone hackings. The allegations include trying to access former Prime Minister Gordon Brown's voice mail, and obtain information from his bank accounts, family's medical records, and private legal files. Allegations of hacking have also been brought up in relation to former Prime Minister Tony Blair, and the Royal Family.
David Pakman Show
Flashback: News Corp Phone Hacking Scandal

of a list of 4,332 names or partial names, 2,987 mobile phone numbers, 30 audio tapes of varying length and 91 PIN codes, of a kind required to access the voicemail of the minority of targets who change the factory settings on their mobile phones
he names are said to include those of British victims of 11 September 2001 terror attacks, family members of victims of the "7/7" bombings on London's transit system, family members of British troops killed overseas, Milly Dowler, a 13-year-old missing British girl who was later found dead, actor Hugh Grant and a lawyer representing the family of Princess Diana's lover at the inquest into her death
Les Hinton, chief executive of the media group's Dow Jones, resigned on 15 July, saying, "I have seen hundreds of news reports of both actual and alleged misconduct during the time I was executive chairman of News International and responsible for the company.
News Corp subsidiary NDS Group had used hackers to undermine pay TV rivals around the world
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ABC News (Australia)
News Corp accused of hack attacks against rivals

Some of the victims of the alleged hacking, such as Austar, were later taken over by News Corp and others such as Ondigital later went bust.
private and secretive, there are no records available for the agenda or talks given at the conferences, and no uninvited journalists are permitted access
News Corporation organises an annual management conference, discussing media issues related to geopolitics.
Janet Marlboro
Rupert Murdoch Slams Hacking Investigation In Secret Recording .

The event included speeches from Murdoch, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, Bono, Al Gore, Senator John McCain and Bill Clinton while Israel's President, Shimon Peres, appeared on a panel named "Islam and the West". Other notable attendees included Newt Gingrich and Nicole Kidman.
Bright Insight
Just Wow. Bill Clinton's Disturbing Connection to Kevin Spacey Underage Claims & Allegations

1000s of publications/news/podcast/
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Rupert Murdoch’s relationship with his younger son James is being called into question in the aftermath of the revelation that his company 21st Century Fox was considering selling its film studio and stake in Sky to rival Disney.
Disney-21st Century Fox Deal Would Be A ‘Transformative’ Moment In Media: LA Times Reporter | CNBC

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On May 2, 2014, News Corp acquired romance novel publisher Harlequin Enterprises from Torstar for $415 million
On September 30, 2014, News Corp announced its acquisition of Move, Inc., a real estate listings company and owner of A 20% stake is owned by REA Group, a publicly traded subsidiary of News Corp Australia
On June 2016, News Corp acquired UK radio station group, Wireless Group for $296 millio
Directors and Board Members
Publications owned
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News Corp’s Fox News and its British companies have a racist, anti immigration, thread running through their coverage.
. News Corp will use whatever means are necessary to force its way into a marketplace, and will run its companies at a loss for years in order to build up the all important market share and eventual profitability.
News Corp’s assets exceed the gross domestic product of the majority of African countries.
In total the group comprises around 800 companies around the world, with many holding companies based in offshore tax havens.
Since 2000 James Murdoch, Rupert’s son, has taken over much of the running of News Corp. Murdoch junior is expected to succeed his father as head of the corporation.
James Murdoch 'Mafia Boss'

Rupert Murdoch and News Corp have become synonymous with the corporate media, a media telling the story of capitalism and corporations rather than of people and communities
A boycott of The Sun, The News of the World, The Times and the Sunday Times was urged.
Murdoch attempted to pass off the dispute, resulting in the dismissal of 5,500 workers, as the result of a transition to new printing technology. In fact it was about breaking the power of the workers.
Wapping Lies Rupert Murdoch's 1984 technocratic beachhead in London (TU/TV 1986)

The Wapping strike was immortalised in the comic strip/spoof paper, The Scum –

In 1989 ninety-six football fans were crushed to death at the Hillsborough Stadium. News Corp’s The Sun, after off-the-record briefings from South Yorkshire Police, in an article entitled ‘The Truth’, blamed the disaster on the fans. The paper published unattributed allegations, such as stories of Liverpool fans pickpocketing crush victims, as facts. The result was a popular boycott of The Sun which lasted for many years. The Sun’s editor, Kelvin Mackenzie, apologised in 1993 but later retracted his apology

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Phone: +61-2-9288-3000

Fax: +61-2-9288-3292
Contributions to candidates: $835,466
Contributions to Leadership PACs: $112,850
Contributions to parties: $693,298
Contributions to 527 committees: $200,500
Contributions to outside spending groups: $258,185

Top Recipients
Recipient Total From Indivs From Orgs
Clinton, Hillary $249,471 $249,471
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the essence of globalism

* Former News of the World journalist Sam Hoare was found dead on Monday but police said they were not treating it as suspicious. Hoare had told the New York Times that phone-hacking by the News of the World was more extensive than the paper had acknowledged.

Andy Coulson, who followed Brooks as editor of the News of the World, resigned after the 2007 convictions and was later appointed by then opposition leader David Cameron as his communications chief in 2007. Coulson was arrested on July 8 on suspicion of phone-hacking and corruption, and released on bail.
Prime Minister David Cameron had close links to News Corp through his friendship with Brooks and Coulson.
David Ruffle
David Cameron Cunt

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* The scandal has raised questions about ties between reporters and police officers, some of whom are alleged to have provided confidential telephone numbers and other information to journalists

* Britain’s top police chief Paul Stephenson resigned on Sunday over a furor triggered by his hiring of former News of the World deputy editor Neil Wallis as a consultant and for accepting 20 nights free of charge at a luxury spa which Wallis represented.
Sir Paul Stephenson's Resignation Speech in Full - NOTW Phone Hacking *NEW*

News Corp and Disney each own about a third of Hulu, with Comcast's NBCUniversal holding the other third.
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Case against Murdoch
Murdoch’s son, James Murdoch, currently co-chief operating officer of 21st Century Fox, has given somewhere between the $1 million and $5 million mark, according to the Clinton Foundation website.
The single largest factor in the underlying deterioration of the federal budget announced by Treasurer Joe Hockey in December was a cash payout of almost $900 million to Rupert Murdoch ’s News Corporation

Read more:
Financial Review
News Corp’s $882m blew the budget
In the opening days of the federal election campaign last year the ATO found itself in an awkward situation: it had 28 days to decide whether to fight a monster tax win for Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation.

Updated Feb 17 201
News Corp. employees were told Wednesday that their pensions are being frozen, Capital has learned.

July 18, 2011
On July 7th the U.K. Guardian reported (here) that “up to five [U.K. police] officers were paid between them a total of at least £100,000 in cash from the News of the World.”
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lobbyists for NewsCorp ZeroBellPottinger - Yesterday at 9:10 PM
Bell Pottinger current relationships:
defense contractors - contractor
Yemen - public relations firm
Bell Pottinger past relationships:
Bahrain - public relations firm
Qorvis Communications - subcontractor
Additional Muckety map information sources:
U.S. Department of Justice
Bell Pottinger Public Affairs (BPPA) is one of the largest public relations companies in the United Kingdom.
"BPPA is one of fourteen companies operating within the public relations division of Chime Communications plc,"
In the late nineties and up until 2002, Bell Pottinger Public Affairs was the main PR company providing strategic corporate communications advice for BNFL

In 2004/05 Bell Pottinger received £24,000 from Nirex to "Provide commmunications advice related to the Nirex pension scheme."

The Eye noted: "The files certainly give the impression that Bell Pottinger thinks the NDA is part of the cosy nuclear club rather than a body charged with sorting out some of the worst problems created by the industry. In its bidding document Bell Pottinger emphasised that its chairman Kevin Murray 'worked on the BNFL account during a tumultuous four-year period'. It also said Bell Pottinger director Tim Walker was a 'former special adviser to Jack Cunningham' when he was a very pro-nuclear MP and spent 'more than a decade closely involved in the politics of the nuclear industry'

Bell Pottinger Wikipedia Manipulation

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Clients include:

BAE Systems
Fox News
Russian jet drops cluster bombs on Aleppo, Syria

. Political reform has been minimal, but its relatively open economy and borders, particularly in the emirate of Dubai, have caused problems in proliferation, terrorism, and human trafficking

Mohammed Sharaf - Chief Executive Officer of DP Wolrd(edited)
Fight for 15
McDonald's Has A Wage Theft Problem

Imperial Tobacco
Imperial Tobacco Joure 1

law firmCarter Ruck
Standard Life
Metrix Consortium
This is a consortium of Defence contractors bidding for amongst other things the contract for technical military training for the next 30 years

Consortium members:


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Paramount Group
Paramount Group is South Africa's largest Arms trading company. They also trade oil. Paramount Group does business in Azerbaijan
Paramount Group
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Sinar Mas
Sinar Mas Group is Indonesia's largest Palm Oil, pulp, and paper group, and is repeatedly accused of illegal logging to clear lands for palm oil production particularly in Sumatra and Borneo


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