The News of The World Last Edition


 When Rupert Murdoch, his media empire under fire over a phone-hacking scandal, swept into his London headquarters on Sunday from the United States, the message was clear. Murdoch, sporting a white panama-style hat, sat in the front passenger seat of a red Range Rover intently reading a copy of the final edition of the best-selling newspaper he had closed only hours earlier to try to contain the spreading crisis. “The World’s greatest newspaper 1843-2011,” said the front page, held up for all to see. “Thank you and goodbye.” Newspaper staff had departed, amid scenes of cheering and emotion at the … Continue reading The News of The World Last Edition