By Michael Wolff
If Rupert Murdoch isn’t making headlines, he’s busy deciding to buy the media shops that generate the headlines. His information Corp. holdings—from the long island Post, Fox information, and so much lately The Wall highway Journal, to call only a few—are mammoth, and his energy is unequalled. So what makes a guy like this tick? Michael Wolff provides us the definitive resolution in The guy Who Owns the News.
With extraordinary entry to Rupert Murdoch himself, and his affiliates and kinfolk, Wolff chronicles the astounding progress of Murdoch's $70 billion media country. In intimate element, he probes the Murdoch relations dynasty, from the battles that experience threatened to break it to the reconciliations that appear to just make it better. Drawing upon countless numbers of hours of interviews, he deals debts of the Dow Jones takeover in addition to performs for Yahoo! and Newsday as they’ve by no means been printed before.
Written within the impossible to resist stye that simply an award-winning columnist for Vanity Fair can convey, The guy Who Owns the News bargains an particular glimpse right into a guy who wields notable energy and impact within the media on a world scale—and whose relatives is being groomed to hold his legacy into the future.
From the Hardcover edition.