Rebekah Brooks has returned to work at News UK as chief executive this morning.
Ms Brooks was appointed as CEO of News UK last week and returns to the Rupert Murdoch-controlled News Corp a year after she was cleared of any wrong-doing in the phone hacking scandal.
Her appointment isn't without its critics, however.
Shadow culture secretary Chris Bryant, whose phone was one of those hacked by those working at the now defunct News of the World said:
Rupert Murdoch has just stuck two fingers up to the British public and the thousands of people whose phones were hacked by News International.
Hundreds of ordinary journalists lost their jobs when Mr Murdoch closed the News Of The World, but it seems Rebekah Brooks is to get very special treatment.
The return of Rebekah Brooks to News UK as chief executive of the newspaper operation sends "a signal" that the culture at the organisation "has in no way changed", claims hacking victim Christopher Jefferies.
Jefferies, who the now defunct News of the World falsely linked to the murder of Joanana Yates, told ITV News: "As far as I'm concerned Rebekah Brooks is somebody who has never publically apologised."
ITV News' Rohit Kachroo reports:
Rupert Murdoch has "stuck two fingers up" to the public with his decision to appoint Rebekah Brooks CEO of his newspaper operation, claims one of the victims of the News Of The World's phone-hacking scandal.
Shadow culture secretary Chris Bryant, whose phone was one of those that was hacked by the now closed newspaper, said he felt Brooks was getting special treatment in the wake of the scandal.
He said: "Rupert Murdoch has just stuck two fingers up to the British public and the thousands of people whose phones were hacked by News International.
"Hundreds of ordinary journalists lost their jobs when Mr Murdoch closed the News Of The World, but it seems Rebekah Brooks is to get very special treatment."
Rebekah Brooks has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of News UK, News Corp have announced.Read the full story ›
Rebekah Brooks has been appointed CEO of Rupert Murdoch's UK newspaper operation, the company has announced.
It was reported last week that Ms Brooks was returning to Rupert Murdoch-controlled News Corp a year after she was cleared of phone hacking.
Rupert Murdoch is preparing to step down as CEO and controlling shareholder of 21st Century Fox, CNBC reports.
According to the US news outlet, the 84-year-old will pass the title on to his son James.
A Fox spokesperson told CNBC the matter of succession is on the board of director's agenda at its next regularly scheduled meeting and declined to make further comment.
Ed Miliband has targeted Rupert Murdoch in his election manifesto speech.
The Labour leader said that voters would have to choose who they wanted in Number 10 when decisions that concern "powerful interests" were being made.
Mr Miliband said "The answer will never be David Cameron."
And you have to ask: who do you want in power when it comes to these big decisions? When the knock on the door comes from the big six energy companies... Or when the phone call comes from Rupert Murdoch. Who do you want in Downing Street? Who do you think will stand up to those powerful interests? Who do you want standing up for you? The answer will never be David Cameron.
Because he’s strong at standing up to the weak, but always weak in standing up to the strong.
Rupert Murdoch's media companies will not face prosecution in America over allegations of phone-hacking and payments to public officials in Britain.
The US Department of Justice had been investigating both News Corp and 21st Century Fox but after completing its probe it said it would not pursue charges.
Gerson Zweifach, representing both companies, said: "We are grateful that this matter has been concluded and acknowledge the fairness and professionalism of the Department of Justice throughout this investigation."
The News of the World newspaper closed as a result and a number of its former journalists have since been convicted following the scandal.
In July last year ex-editor Andy Coulson was found guilty of the hacking plot while his predecessor Rebekah Brooks was cleared of any wrongdoing.
Rupert Murdoch has tweeted that it's "still all to play for" in the Scottish referendum after a poll revealed the No campaign is holding a narrow lead.
New poll disappointing for Salmond, but not a big deal. Still all to play for. But AS had a bad day, promising membership of the EU.
Salmond a friend, great politician, man of the people, etc, but I would be much happier with another great Scottish AS - Adam Smith!
He has tweeted in the past that he is "wrestling with Scottish vote."
Rupert Murdoch has weighed into the Scottish referendum debate, tweeting that the Scots are "better people than to be dependants of London".
Bigger problem! Wrestling with Scottish vote. Scottish Sun No. 1. Head over heart, or just maybe both lead to same conclusion.
Scots better people than to be dependants of London. Hard choice with real pain for some time. Maybe too much.