WSJ Managing Editor Thomson Named News Corp CEO

Dec. 3 (Bloomberg) -- S&P Capital IQ Analyst Tuna Amobi discusses News Corp's corporate split. He speaks with Willow Bay on Bloomberg Television's "Bloomberg West." (Source: Bloomberg)

Is Spain's Rajoy Stopping His Party Progress?
25:20 - Spain’s acting prime minister, Mariano Rajoy, should step aside to allow his bloc to modernize and boost its chances of leading the next government, according to a research group with ties to the party. Rajoy has become a barrier to new ideas within the governing People’s Party and he should give members a chance to vote on its future direction, according to Isabel Benjumea, director of the Floridablanca group in Madrid. Under PP rules, Rajoy should have called a party conference to endorse his position as leader more than a year ago. “It’s not only Mariano Rajoy,” Benjumea said in a Bloomberg Television interview with Anna Edwards on "countdown."
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