In 1993, Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. bought a majority share in Asia’s largest broadcaster, Star TV, for half a billion dollars. “The potential in Asia is enormous,” Murdoch said of the deal, a remark that would prove to be prophetic of his personal life as well. Star TV would hire Wendi Deng, a Chinese-born graduate of the Yale School of management, to work as an intern on the business-development team.
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She married him for his looks and charming personality, right? Right?
Nah, she married for cold hard cash. The fact she spread her legs for this guy without a rubber and bore him two children she deserves to get paid.
Hey, Rupert, this song wasn't actually designed with you in mind, but if you substitute "caviar" for "hot dogs" and "Henri IV Dudognon Heritage Cognac Grande Champagne" for "beer," it just might work. It's called "Running Out," by the American blues-rock artist Biff Thuringer. He likes Chinese girls too! Enjoy!