Hugh Grant said his phone was hacked by the Daily Mail & General Trust Plc’s Mail on Sunday, the second time an inquiry on U.K. media practices heard that phone hacking may have gone beyond News Corp.’s News of the World.
Monsanto Co. opponents who want to block genetically modified foods are guilty of “elitism” that’s fanned by social media and fail to consider the needs of the rest of the world, Chief Executive Officer Hugh Grant said.
Actor Hugh Grant was “reckless” when he claimed the Mail on Sunday newspaper hacked into his voice mails, a lawyer for U.K. publisher Daily Mail & General Trust Plc told a judge-led inquiry into press ethics.
British actor Hugh Grant, the star of the romantic comedy “Four Weddings and a Funeral,” sued London’s Metropolitan Police, two months after he said he taped a former tabloid journalist saying phone hacking was widespread.
British actor Hugh Grant won a court order requiring London’s Metropolitan Police to hand over documents with any evidence that his voice mails were hacked into by a private investigator for News Corp.’s now-defunct News of the World tabloid or other newspapers.
Monsanto Co. , the world’s largest seed company, cut its profit forecast after deciding to reduce the price of its Roundup herbicide because Chinese competitors oversupplied the market. The shares fell the most in seven months.
Hugh Grant, the British actor who told a media-ethics inquiry the press had become “toxic” in its pursuit of celebrity gossip, sued News Corp.’s U.K. unit over claims its News of the World tabloid hacked his phone.