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Murdoch and the Dow Jones

Posted on August 01, 2007 by Kevin G.

The news today nearly confirms Rupert Murdoch’s success in purchasing the Dow Jones.  I find this to be an alarming occurrence from Rupert’s track record of stressing labor relations and manipulating many international papers.

We’ll see what happens to the credibility of the Wall Street Journal and any changes made to the Dow Jones name.  News publishing has taken a darker turn.  Watch a clip below to speed yourself up on what has already happened.

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