The Murdoch Dynasty

The problem with dynasties, as the Tudors and Stuarts came to learn, is that genius can skip a generation. Families that dissipate their holdings soon become prey to predators, like the Bancrofts who used to own the Wall Street Journal
    And those, like Murdoch, who share their inheritance with their mother and sisters, then marry three times and father children with each wife, make it harder to hold on to their company. 

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