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Murdoch says keep Investors like it

LOS ANGELES-Rupert Murdoch said he was the best person to clean up News Corp. investors agreed.

Shares in the company of his best time, as that witnessed phone-hacking scandal, Tuesday increases Murdoch and his son and his Deputy, James, before a Committee of the British Parliament in London of more than 5 per cent while.

The WINS over $2.2 billion of the $8.3 billion market value restored the company had lost during the furore.

Murdoch, 80, said he was ashamed to revelations that the news of the world, a tabloid News Corp in voice mail of murdered student, potentially disturb investigators and had broken false hope to her family that she was alive.

Murdoch, take personal debt into a crisis that has extended, at the upper levels of the British police and the Prime Minister rejected however. Asked whether he takes into consideration, resign as head of News Corp, he said: "No."

"I feel that I trusted people I'm not saying that, I know not what level, have let me down," Murdoch said. "I think they behaved disgracefully betrayed the company and me, and it is to pay for it." "I think, frankly, the best person I, that this be cleaned up."

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News Corp was camp until all shows day, with some cable channels in the United States its price change cents cents during Murdoch said in London. The stock rose steadily during his testimony and $15.79, closed up 82 cents.

"It was safer from comments from Rupert that he wants to stay in place." Security is something the like markets ", said Laura Martin, an analyst for Needham & co., an investment banking and asset management companies."

She gave Murdoch "A" and James Murdoch, 38, his son and heir, a "an A-plus" for a good understanding of the facts show, appear contrite and describe, according to how they respond when they learned wrongdoing.

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Martin said that the succession plan, the market was believed, with James provided above of employment officer Chase Carey was a few years and chief operating stay in his role, now as identical, believed.

Late Monday, said Thomas Perkins, News Corp Board Member, top management of the Executive Board had full support. He denied a report that it was considering a direct change in consideration.

News Corp. owns media properties around the world, including Fox television, the 20th Century Fox Film Studio, the Wall Street Journal and the New York post. The news of the world closed earlier this month.

The company employs over 52,000 people around the world. The portfolio still down about 13% is because of the scandal, a loss of around 6.1 billion, $ in the market value.

At the hearing, the British legislator urged details on the Murdoch's bindings Prime Minister David Cameron and other members of the British political establishment. You questioned London police to report that officers took bribes of Murdoch's journalists.

David Joyce, an analyst at trading by Miller tobacco & co., said the father-son pair trust did a good job running it itself of wrongdoing to distance by saying a decentralized company and its employees.

"I think, is was the company as save up like her apologies on the request show - is, and the significant asset sales not likely," Joyce said.

Rupert Murdoch also said that he had seen no evidence that victims of the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, had been victims of hacking by its journalists.

"Rupert came across very direct, very clearly, that this will affect non-U.S. soil", said Jeffrey Logsdon, analyst for BMO Capital markets. "If the scorched earth is unfortunately going elsewhere remain, is the a relief."

Some investors News Corp bought stock Corty can have, because it is cheap, seems, said Morningstar analyst Michael.

"In the long run, not the basics in business through these headlines and the scandal are changed," Corty said. "We think it is undervalued, but there is no screaming buy."

News Corp. made $2.5 billion to $32.8 billion revenue last year, by it in the same league as time Warner and Disney to the world's largest media companies. Analysts have estimated the company first and foremost on its money-making TV and film company and as newspapers have a drag on profits despite Murdoch's attachment to them.

More than two hours at the hearing a caries was wearing spectators sat on the table in two of Murdoch's and the older Murdoch paper plate seemed squarely struck in the face with a full shaving cream.

Murdoch's wife, Wendi Deng, who was sitting behind Murdoch and occasionally had his elbow, rap to stop the desktop touches, lashed, suggested the man in the face of it falling down.

Police took the man quickly. As he left the room Deng, the plate and it took on the man slung. The Panel has a 10-minute break. When it was resumed, the older Murdoch without his suit jacket but apparently cleaned up. That's when he was asked whether he draws considering resignation over the affair.

News Corp stock edges by about one percentage point after the incident. Thomas Eagan, an analyst at Collins Stewart, said that the attack caused mood shift investor "hostility towards sympathy" which can

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