The case analyzes the entrepreneurial profession of Rupert Murdoch, and the development of News Corporation from a little Australian daily paper to a worldwide media titan. It demonstrates how he extended topographically to Europe, the United States, and Asia and from daily papers to the film and TV commercial enterprises. The case recognizes the individual part of Murdoch in this development, and the part of his family in its administration. The case considers the political effect of News Corporation's daily papers and other media, and their affirmed part in molding political supposition.
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