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Like Logan Roy in the HBO drama "Succession," Murdoch encouraged his children to compete to be his successor.
For the better part of three decades, media and political operators have obsessed over the question of who would succeed Rupert Murdoch, the most powerful person in news across the English-speaking world. Murdoch kick-started the speculation in 1994, when an Australian business magazine asked him about succession: “I expect to do it in about 30 years,” he said then. “I see the children over the next 10 years, if they are all successful or interested, beginning to fill responsible positions,” he told BRW, effectively challenging the four children he had at the time — Prudence, Elisabeth, Lachlan and James — to compete.