Robert Thomson was born into the world in 11th March 1961 in Torrumbarry, Victoria. He is an Australian writer. Since January 2013 he has been CEO of News Corp.
Thomson was learned at Christian Brothers College in St Kilda East, and at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology. One of his progenitors was named Arturo Dell’Oro, and came from Domodossola, in northern Italy. He is hitched to Wang Ping, the girl of a general in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army.
Thomson began fill in as a copyboy at The Herald (presently the Herald Sun) in Melbourne in 1979. In 1983, he became senior component essayist for The Sydney Morning Herald, and after two years became Beijing reporter for The Sydney Morning Herald just as the Financial Times. Thomson then, at that point turned into a Tokyo journalist for the Financial Times in 1989. Thomson was selected the Financial Times unfamiliar news manager in 1994 and in 1996 became supervisor of the Financial Times weekend release. While at Sydney Morning Herald, Thomson composed a series on Australian appointed authorities, which was distributed as a book in 1987, The Judges: A Portrait of an Australian Judiciary. In 1998, Thomson became U.S. overseeing editorial manager of the Financial Times. In May 2008, he was delegated overseeing proofreader of The Wall Street Journal, having recently been the manager of The Times. He got a privileged doctorate from RMIT University in 2010. In January 2013, Thomson turned into the CEO of News Corp.