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In this image from video, News Corp. chairman Rupert Murdoch appears at Lord Justice Brian Leveson's inquiry in London, Wednesday April 25, 2012 to answer questions under oath about how much he knew about phone hacking at the News of the World tabloid. Murdoch is being grilled on his relationship with British politicians at the country's media ethics inquiry, while a government minister is battling accusations he gave News Corp. privileged access in its bid to take over a major broadcaster. (AP Photo/Pool)

News Corp. backs Murdoch as CEO

A day after the Parliament committee investigating phone-hacking declared Rupert Murdoch "not fit" to lead a major media company, News Corp.'s board of directors announced on May 2 its full vote of "confidence" in their chairman and chief executive.