News Corp, which is the parent company of the Wall Street Journal and the New York Post, is controlled by billionaire Rupert Murdoch. He cites disagreements over editorial content published by the company's news outlets and other, unspecified strategic decisions.
Rupert Murdoch's son has resigned from News Corp's board of directors, saying he disagreed with some of the editorial and strategic decisions made by the company. While he no longer has an official position on either board, he retains his share of the Murdoch Family Trust, which has voting stakes in both companies.
Representatives of Mr Murdoch and his wife Kathryn have acknowledged the couple's "frustration" with coverage of the subject by some of most influential Murdoch-owned news brands, including Fox News.
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It also owns The Sun, The Times and The Sunday Times in the UK.
"We're grateful to James for his many years of service to the company", they said. Youngest and liberal-leaning son James has had issues with editorial content before in the broader family busines that also controlls Fox News.
News Corp's brands include Australian publications the Australian, the Daily Telegraph, the Sunday Telegraph, and U.S. publishers such as Dow Jones, which includes the Wall Street Journal, and the New York Post.