1. OCCUPY WALL STREET

    Protests Hit Murdoch’s NYC Home

    Andrew Burton / AP Photo

    Watch out for Wendi Deng. The Occupy Wall Street protesters moved their demonstrations north Tuesday, kicking off their “millionaire’s march" by hitting the home of News Corp. CEO Rupert Murdoch. Hundreds of protesters met at noon Tuesday at Fifth Avenue and 59th Street, swarming Murdoch’s home first and then marching to the residences of JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, businessman and Republican backer David Koch, Emigrant Savings Bank CEO Howard Milstein and finally hedge-fund manager John Paulson’s building. Protesters waved signs saying “Tax the Millionaires,” but the demonstration remained largely peaceful—the march was monitored by police, none of the protesters actually tried to enter any of the residences, and there were no arrests. New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg slammed the protesters Tuesday, saying he didn’t “appreciate the bashing of all hard-working people who live and work here and pay the taxes that support our city.”

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