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In July 2011, Murdoch faced allegations that his companies, including the News of the World, owned by News Corporation, had been regularly hacking the phones of celebrities, royalty, and public citizens. Keith Murdoch was a war correspondent and later a regional newspaper magnate owning two newspapers in Adelaide, South Australia, and a radio station in a faraway mining town.
Murdoch faced police and government investigations into bribery and corruption by the British government and FBI investigations in the U. Keith Rupert Murdoch was born on 11 March 1931 in Melbourne, Australia, the son of Sir Keith Murdoch (1885–1952) and Dame Elisabeth Murdoch (née Greene; 1909–2012). Later in life, Keith Rupert chose to use Rupert, the first name of his maternal grandfather.
Ownership of The Times came to him through his relationship with Lord Thomson, who had grown tired of losing money on it as a result of an extended period of industrial action that stopped publication.
In the light of success and expansion at The Sun the owners believed that Murdoch could turn the papers around.
After her husband's death from cancer in 1952, Elisabeth Murdoch (mother) did charity work, as life governor of the Royal Women's Hospital in Melbourne and established the Murdoch Childrens Research Institute.On acquiring it, he appointed Albert 'Larry' Lamb as editor and – Lamb recalled later – told him: "I want a tearaway paper with lots of tits in it".In 1997 The Sun attracted 10 million daily readers.Murdoch had already started his short-lived National Star Asked about the Australian federal election, 2007 at News Corporation's annual general meeting in New York on 19 October 2007, its chairman Rupert Murdoch said, "I am not commenting on anything to do with Australian politics. I always get into trouble when I do that." Pressed as to whether he believed Prime Minister John Howard should continue as prime minister, he said: "I have nothing further to say. Although News Limited's interests are extensive, also including the Daily Telegraph, the Courier-Mail and the Adelaide Advertiser, it was suggested by the commentator Mungo Mac Callum in The Monthly that "the anti-Rudd push, if coordinated at all, was almost certainly locally driven" as opposed to being directed by Murdoch, who also took a different position from local editors on such matters as climate change and stimulus packages to combat the financial crisis.Murdoch turned The Sun into a tabloid format and reduced costs by using the same printing press for both newspapers.