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Should Rupert Murdoch be removed from his own company?

  • Yes, he should be.

    Rupert Murdoch is one of the worst influences the world has ever seen. He brought periods of regression in the face of progress in many industrialized nations--especially the United States, Canada, and his homeland, Australia. If there is a way to wrangle power from him, his company would be much better off.

  • Rupert Murdoch should be removed from his own company

    Rupert Murdoch should be removed from his own company even though he has been with the company for a long time. What he did was not right and he does not deserve ownership of the company. Someone else should be placed in his place and he should face allegations for the crimes he committed.

  • A good worker

    No, I do not think that this man needs to be taken off from his own country. He was the man who made this company, and no one should be able to take him off from it. He is a very smart man, and it took a whole lot of work to build this company up.

  • No, Rupert Murdoch should not be removed from his own company.

    No, Rupert Murdoch should not be removed from his own company because it would make no sense to. The company, like all companies has had its ups and downs, but has continued to grow over the long run. His leadership has lead the company in the right direction. People will criticize his success, and at every mistake will try and have him removed.

  • No, he has served his shareholders well

    Rupert Murdoch has built a wildly successful business. If politicians or other critics have evidence of wrongdoing on his behalf, it should be properly handled by the courts. But his relationship with his company is a private matter between him and company shareholders. They should act solely in their financial interests when assessing the performance of Rupert Murdoch.


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