Libertarian hero Milton Friedman admired the prince of the New Deal? So says a long-lost essay.
Nicholas Wapshott is the author of Keynes Hayek: The Clash That Defined Modern Economics, published by W. W. Norton in America and Scribe in Australia.
Are we at the beginning of the end of the Murdoch empire? By Nicholas Wapshott.
James’s problems at his father’s newspapers may stop him from becoming News Corp.’s top dog. By Nicholas Wapshott.
James Murdoch insists he didn’t know the extent of phone hacking at his company, writes Nicholas Wapshott.
The News Corp. head fought the anger of his company’s stockholders with vitriol of his own.
As News Corp.'s annual shareholders meeting approaches, the question on everyone’s lips is whether the House of Murdoch will fall. Long-favored son (and heir apparent) James teeters on the edge, and Rupert is still trying to convince all comers he’s more gaga than gung-ho, reports Nicholas Wapshott.
The English actor of the stage and screen Peter Eyre on his new role in Terre Haute, a play based on Vidal's letters to the Oklahoma bomber Timothy McVeigh.
The New York establishment? "They're done!" The press? "The enemy!" Professors? "The enemy!" Richard Nixon continues to spook the nation from beyond the grave with the latest eavesdrop on taped Oval Office conversations.
The negotiations, the leaks—and the conflicting advice Sen. Clinton is receiving on whether she should join the new administration.
America woke to a devastated financial landscape around the world, as Asian and European markets followed Wall Street’s record plunge.