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A covert recording from March seems to capture News Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch suggesting that bribery is part of the Fleet Street culture.
The one-time deputy editor of News Corps' The Sun tabloid will be prosecuted on two criminal conspiracy counts in the U.K. for his role in approving bribes from reporters to public officials in return for confidential information.
The Wall Street Journal, owned by Rupert Murdoch's News Corp., said it investigated allegations of bribery in China by its employees.
The U.K.'s Crown Prosecution Service said Tuesday that former News Corporation bosses Andy Coulson and Rebekah Brooks will be charged with bribing public officials.
News Corp. boss Rupert Murdoch said in a memo to his employees Wednesday that he's beefing up the company's antibribery training and reviewing its compliance programs because of the phone hacking and bribery scandal.
More than a dozen journalists from News Corp.'s U.K. papers have been arrested. After the scandal broke last July, Murdoch closed the News of the World; the Sun is still in publication.