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    Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

    This is a discussion on Murdoch to be voted out perhaps? within the Everyday Life forums, part of the Community channel category; Originally Posted by deadman1984 whats that in english lol no affence Seriously? I cannot make it any clearer..... Votes to ...

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      Re: Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

      Quote Originally Posted by deadman1984 View Post
      whats that in english lol no affence
      Seriously?

      I cannot make it any clearer.....

      Votes to keep him as a Director - 1,105,835,532
      Votes to get rid as a Director - 255,423,942

      Therefore;

      81.24% of the votes said, Keep him
      18.76% of the votes said, Get rid of him

      Surely you can work the answer out?
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      Re: Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

      Approximately 1/5th of those who voted didn't want Murdoch as a director anymore. That is not great news if you wanted him out, but it should send a resounding signal to him that he is not popular with a significant number of the share holders.

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      Re: Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

      argh ya gotta be joking well all i can say is look out sky its gonna go up the pan now

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      Re: Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

      Quote Originally Posted by deadman1984 View Post
      argh ya gotta be joking well all i can say is look out sky its gonna go up the pan now
      pmsl - One day you may realise that Sky don't just need Murdoch to be successful.

      As for Sky going down the pan, in VM's dreams I guess. Absolutely no way they will do so IMO.

      From what I have seen when James was at Sky, he produced very good results for the company, but he left the day to day running to someone else once he went to the Newspaper side of things.

      That went down the pan from an outsiders view I guess.
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      Re: Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

      That is totally the wrong kind of statement to make dude, and could get us into a lot of trouble.

      There is no proof, whatsoever that JM hacked anyone, infact looking at the evidence so far presented, there is no proof at all.

      Please refrain from comments like that, unless you have 1000% proof that someone is guilty of the said offence. Or they will be removed.
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      Re: Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

      You need to read back what you put seriously.

      As for hiring 'his cronies the ones guilty of it' if anything has come to light the last few months, then there is no way that JM would even employ people like that going forwards, that's why they shut NOTW down, to stop the practise.

      No company wants people like that on their books, and again, you are making stupid unjustified comments. It's not you that gets the Solicitors letters, nor is it you that has to pay for legal advice once we receive them.

      Honestly, please take a step back and think before you post stuff that could get this website into trouble.
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      Re: Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

      Two posts removed from this thread for obvious reasons.
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      Re: Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

      Quote Originally Posted by BBC
      Excluding votes cast by News Corporation, he received the support of 55% of independent shareholders.
      BBC News - BSkyB shareholders in James Murdoch protest vote
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      Re: Murdoch to be voted out perhaps?

      edit: wrong murdoch

     

     
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