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He will move to a senior advisory role while David Dinsmore becomes editor. 'Sun' editor Dominic Mohan stepping down Eunice Huthart claims she was the victim of phone hacking by News Corp. Jolie stunt double sues News Corp Rupert Murdoch's new entertainment company reveals its logo. 21st Century Fox unveils logo Exec who provided guidance during hacking scandal unveils new Android slate. News Corp edu unit unveils new tablet News Corp boss says "bold experiment" was not "sustainable in the long-term". Rupert Murdoch cans 'The Daily' iPad app News International chief executive leaving company this December after 22 years. Tom Mockridge leaving News International Simon Cowell, Jeremy Clarkson and Lord Sugar are also among The Guardian's Media 100. Google's Larry Page tops media power list Says she has no desire to succeed her father Rupert at the head of News Corp. Elisabeth Murdoch: No interest in top job Comments in stark contrast to her brother James's criticism of the "chilling" BBC. Elisabeth Murdoch shows support for BBC Full list of up to 600 names to be released could include more Hollywood stars. More hacking victims 'to be revealed' Rupert Murdoch's media empire takes big charge related to newspaper business. News Corp reports $1.6bn quarterly loss Veteran interviewer comes out of retirement to host Larry King Now on Hulu. Larry King presents new show on Hulu Report shows Sky's economic impact as Ofcom's 'fit and proper' review continues. Sky 'contributes £5.4bn to UK economy' Board expected to approve move to split entertainment and publishing businesses. News Corp board 'to approve split plan' Norman Lamb MP says lobbyist warned him things could "turn nasty" over Sky bid. News Corp lobbyist 'threatened' Lib Dems US firm considering separation of its newspapers from the TV and film business. News Corp confirms business split proposal The Times and The Sun could be split off into separate business, say reports. News Corp 'considering papers split-off' Revised lawsuit says firm took no action for fear of upsetting Rupert Murdoch. News Corp board 'ignored phone hacking' Regulator wants media plurality reviewed every five years, including the BBC. Ofcom unveils new media plurity proposals Information appears to contradict Rupert Murdoch's statements to Leveson. Cabinet Office backs Brown over call Prime minister accuses Gordon Brown of "cooking up" claim of a deal with Murdoch. Cameron: News Corp deal talk 'nonsense' Prime minister is to face questioning over his contact with Murdoch executives. David Cameron due for Leveson grilling Lib Dem MPs expected to abstain from vote, despite many backing Labour on issue. MPs to vote on Jeremy Hunt investigation Ex-News International boss due in court, alongside husband Charlie and four others. Rebekah Brooks due in court today Comcast denies newspaper report that it is eyeing a move for UK pay-TV giant. Comcast: 'Sky bid reports are rubbish' Media mogul says he "stands by" claim ex-PM 'declared war' on News Corp. Rupert Murdoch denies Gordon Brown claims F1 supremo praises Sky and suggests days of sport on BBC could be numbered. Ecclestone hints at end of F1 on FTA TV David Cameron defends decision not to investigate Culture Secretary's conduct. Jeremy Hunt 'acted wisely in Sky bid' Harriet Harman says embattled culture secretary "has broken the ministerial code". Labour to force vote over Jeremy Hunt But ex-PM admits "unhealthy" relationship evolved between press and politicians. Tony Blair: 'No deal with Rupert Murdoch' The former prime minister to discuss his friendship with Rupert Murdoch. Tony Blair due before Leveson today Inquiry hears of over 1,000 calls, email and texts between Fred Michel and DCMS. Sky bid had no 'inappropriate' contact Media regulator rules out "knee jerk reaction" to report by committee of MPs. Ofcom 'will not be rushed' in Sky review Murdoch says in email to staff that findings of MPs' report were "hard to read". Rupert Murdoch: 'We can emerge stronger' Sky highlights UK contribution as Ofcom probes whether it is fit to hold licence. Sky: We are 'fit and proper' licencee News Corporation admits that there was some "serious wrongdoing" at NOTW. News Corp: 'Hacking report is partisan' This follows MPs report saying that they both misled Parliament over hacking. Myler, Hinton stand by hacking evidence MPs' report says Murdoch exhibited "wilful blindness" over hacking scandal. Rupert Murdoch 'not fit to run News Corp' MPs understood to stop short of saying that he misled Parliament on hacking. James Murdoch to be criticised in report Cameron says "not necessary or right" to launch an inquiry into Hunt's conduct. Cameron rules out Jeremy Hunt inquiry