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15 December 2013 0 View comments Humiliated: A key part of the evidence given by 332,900-a-year human resources director Lucy Adams (pictured) was shown to be false The BBC's leadership system is broken', a damning report into the severance payoff
11 December 2013 8 shares 0 View comments Nick Pollard has admitted not including the claim that then-director general Mark Thompson knew about the Newsnight investigation into Savile The author of a BBC investigation into sex abuse allegations
The conservative think tank heralded the move, reported in The Australian on Wednesday, as a victory for free speech. Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus was reported as saying the government could not proceed with plans introduced by his predecessor
A press release from the law firm note that Shurtleff elected in 2000 as Utah's chief lawyer, and retiring from public office after three terms is recognized as an expert in numerous cutting edge legal issues, including energy-related matters.
The New York Times Co. has named BBC Director-General Mark Thompson as its president and CEO. In Tuesday's announcement, Times Chairman Arthur Sulzberger Jr. called Thompson a "gifted executive" who helped the BBC extend its brand into digital
BBC director general Mark Thompson announces departure Mark Thompson will leave after coverage of the Olympics and the Queen's Jubilee are complete The BBC's director general, Mark Thompson, has told staff he will leave the corporation this autumn.
The Supreme Court won't hear an appeal of a ruling that 12-foot-high crosses along Utah highways in honor of dead state troopers violate the Constitution. The justices Monday rejected an appeal from Utah and a state troopers'
The BBC is to ax 360 jobs from its U.K. online activities, cut around 200 websites and re-focus its online priorities by moving upscale. The job losses, which will be spread over the next two years, are due to cuts of £34 million ($54 million) --
A settlement between Hawaii and Citigroup Inc. calls for the company to repay the state all the money it lost on $1.1 billion worth of investments in student loan-backed securities. Hawaii Attorney General Mark Bennett announced
Alan Yentob, 63, could pick up the equivalent of two years' salary as his post of creative director is axed. But it is understood he may strike a lucrative deal that allows him to continue as a freelance television presenter...The executive cull is