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In motivating people, you've got to engage their minds and their hearts. I motivate people, I hope, by example - and perhaps by excitement, by having productive ideas to make others feel involved.

In motivating people, you've got to engage their minds and their hearts. I motivate people, I hope, by example - and perhaps by excitement, by having productive ideas to make others feel involved.

As an immigrant, I chose to live in America because it is one of the freest and most vibrant nations in the world. And as an immigrant, I feel an obligation to speak up for immigration policies that will keep America the most economically robust, creative and freedom-loving nation in the world. ---->>>

I'm a catalyst for change. You can't be an outsider and be successful over 30 years without leaving a certain amount of scar tissue around the place.

I'm a catalyst for change. You can't be an outsider and be successful over 30 years without leaving a certain amount of scar tissue around the place.

Advances in the technology of telecommunications have proved an unambiguous threat to totalitarian regimes everywhere. ---->>>

The world is changing very fast. Big will not beat small anymore. It will be the fast beating the slow.

The world is changing very fast. Big will not beat small anymore. It will be the fast beating the slow.

If the head man in a company is not working 12 hours a day, doing things, taking risks, but also standing with his people in the trenches at the most difficult of times, then the company loses something.

If the head man in a company is not working 12 hours a day, doing things, taking risks, but also standing with his people in the trenches at the most difficult of times, then the company loses something.

I'm considered homophobic and crazy about these things and old fashioned. But I think that the family - father, mother, children - is fundamental to our civilisation. ---->>>

Look, the whole world wants to modernize, and when you look to what they mean by modernizing, they mean Americanize. Would a modern Greek prefer to live in Orange County than Piraeus? Yes. Absolutely. ---->>>

When you're a catalyst for change, you make enemies - and I'm proud of the ones I've got. ---->>>

I would like to be remembered, if I am remembered at all, as being a catalyst for change in the world, change for good. ---->>>

Money is not the motivating force. It's nice to have money, but I don't live high. What I enjoy is running the business. ---->>>

I felt that it's best just to be as transparent as possible. ---->>>

The buck stops with the guy who signs the checks.

The buck stops with the guy who signs the checks.

I'm not looking for a legacy, and you'll never shut up the critics. I've been around 50 years. When you're a catalyst for change, you make enemies - and I'm proud of the ones I've got. ---->>>

I'm not a knee-jerk conservative. I passionately believe in free markets and less government, but not to the point of being a libertarian. ---->>>

I'm not an economist and we all know economists were created to make weather forecasters look good. ---->>>

I try to keep in touch with the details... I also look at the product daily. That doesn't mean you interfere, but it's important occasionally to show the ability to be involved. It shows you understand what's happening. ---->>>

Satellite broadcasting makes it possible for information-hungry residents of many closed societies to bypass state-controlled television channels. ---->>>

I think a newspaper should be provocative, stir 'em up, but you can't do that on television. It's just not on. ---->>>

I'm a strange mixture of my mother's curiosity; my father, who grew up the son of the manse in a Presbyterian family, who had a tremendous sense of duty and responsibility; and my mother's father, who was always in trouble with gambling debts. ---->>>

I can go into restaurants and a whole table will get up and clap if they recognize me, because they love Fox News. Other places - or even the same place - people will turn the other way. ---->>>

I'm not ashamed of any of my papers at all and I'm rather sick of snobs that tell us that they're bad papers, snobs who only read papers that no one else wants. I doubt if they read many papers at all. ---->>>

Somebody talked me into writing an autobiography about six or seven years ago. And I said I'd try. We talked into a tape recorder, and after a couple of months, I said, To hell with it. I was so depressed. It was like saying, 'This is the end.' I was more interested in what the hell was coming the next day or the next week. ---->>>

We've got to lift our game tremendously. We'll sell our business news and information in print, we'll sell it to anyone who's got a cable system, and we'll sell it on the Web. ---->>>

You can't build a strong corporation with a lot of committees and a board that has to be consulted every turn. You have to be able to make decisions on your own. ---->>>

I feel that people I trusted - I don't know who, on what level - have let me down, and I think they have behaved disgracefully, and it's for them to pay. And I think, frankly, that I'm the best person to see it through.

I feel that people I trusted - I don't know who, on what level - have let me down, and I think they have behaved disgracefully, and it's for them to pay. And I think, frankly, that I'm the best person to see it through.

So long as I can stay mentally alert - inquiring, curious - I want to keep going. I love my wife and my children, but I don't want to sit around at home with them. We go on safaris and things like that. I can do that for a couple of weeks a year. I'm just not ready to stop, to die. ---->>>

It's a libel to say that I use my newspapers to support my other business interests. The fact is, I haven't got any other business interests. ---->>>

Bury your mistakes. ---->>>

I think you have a danger of regulating, putting regulations in place which will mean there will be no press in 10 years to regulate. ---->>>

I've operated and launched newspapers all over the world. ---->>>

It's been a long career, and I've made some mistakes along the way. ---->>>

Our reputation is more important than the last hundred million dollars. ---->>>

The UK desperately needs less government and freer markets. ---->>>

Why would I spend $5 billion for something in order to wreck it? ---->>>

CNN is pretty consistently on the left, if you look at their choice of stories, what they play up. It's not what they say. It's what they highlight. ---->>>

I am amazed that CNN can't get its act together. ---->>>

My father left me with a clear sense that the media was something different. ---->>>

I think everyone's against abortion. ---->>>

My worry about the New York Times is that it's got the only position as a national elitist general-interest paper. So the network news picks up its cues from the Times. And local papers do too. It has a huge influence. And we'd love to challenge it. ---->>>

No one's going to be able to operate without a grounding in the basic sciences. Language would be helpful, although English is becoming increasingly international. And travel. You have to have a global attitude. ---->>>

There is so much media now with the Internet and people, and so easy and so cheap to start a newspaper or start a magazine, there's just millions of voices and people want to be heard. ---->>>

Everybody at home speaks mandarin except me. ---->>>

Journalists should think of themselves as outside the Establishment, and owners can't be too worried about what they're told at their country clubs. ---->>>

One thing I resent is the slur that I just support political candidates because of the business. ---->>>

We certainly employ a lot of immigrants at Fox... and we do not take any consistent anti-immigrant line. ---->>>

When I hear something going wrong, I insist on it being put right. ---->>>

Much of what passes for quality on British television is no more than a reflection of the narrow elite which controls it and has always thought that its tastes were synonymous with quality. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 03-11, 1931
Birthplace: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Occupation: Publisher
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Keith Rupert Murdoch , AC, KCSG (born 11 March 1931) is an Australian-born American media mogul. His father, Sir Keith Murdoch, had been a reporter, editor, and senior executive of the Herald and Weekly Times newspaper publishing company, covering all Australian states except New South Wales. After his father's death in 1952, Murdoch declined to join his late father's registered public company and created his own private company, News Limited (wikipedia)