When Fox Corp. CEO Lachlan Murdoch addressed investors on Tuesday, he did not apologize for the events that led to a $787 million settlement over the broadcasting of election-related falsehoods.
Prince William received a large payout in 2020 from Rupert Murdoch's British newspaper arm in an alleged phone hacking case, according to court documents made public Tuesday.
Dominion Voting Systems is suing Fox News and its parent company Fox Corp. for knowingly airing false claims that its machines rigged the 2020 election against then-President Donald Trump.
Delaware Superior Court Judge Eric Davis says he will appoint an outside attorney to investigate whether Fox News attorneys withheld key evidence in weeks leading up to defamation trial.
A judge said Fox lawyers previously "represented to him more than once" that Murdoch was not an officer for the cable network. Such information "could have" led him to make different rulings, he said.
Fox News chief political anchor Bret Baier repeatedly proposed an hour-long special to debunk voting fraud myths after the 2020 elections. Network executives never gave him an answer.
The judge in a $1.6 billion lawsuit against Fox seemed doubtful of the network's argument that Murdoch should not travel to testify. The newly engaged chairman plans to travel widely with his bride.
Under oath in a $1.6 billion defamation case, Murdoch says he wishes Fox News had been "stronger in denouncing" false claims of election fraud. Fox says the lawsuit threatens journalists' free speech.
Fox News stars, including Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, privately derided then-President Donald Trump's assertion he'd been cheated of victory in 2020, even as the network amplified such claims.
In a lawsuit, an ex-staffer alleges the late Fox News chief Roger Ailes, shown above, sexually abused her for years. She is also suing former top Fox executive Bill Shine, alleging he enabled Ailes.
Rupert Murdoch will be deposed this week in a defamation lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems, which also alleges that Fox News destroyed messages from star Sean Hannity and others.
Lachlan Murdoch, head of Fox News' parent company, is scheduled to be deposed Monday in Dominion's $1.6 billion lawsuit against the company.
The new CNN+ docuseries The Murdochs looks inside the Fox media empire and the family's behind-the-scenes in-fighting. Journalist Jim Rutenberg says the real-life drama rivals HBO's Succession.
Lachlan Murdoch, the CEO and executive chairman of Fox Corp., has left Los Angeles for Sydney at a time when Fox News is reckoning with major lawsuits and questions over its direction.
Rupert Murdoch struck an alliance with President Trump early on, and Fox News has bolstered his presidency. With Joe Biden's victory, Fox is stepping warily to avoid alienating Trump supporters.