Robert Thomson is an Australian journalist, editor, and executive who became the first non-British editor(2002-08) of The Times of London. He later served as managing editor (2008–13) of The Wall Street Journal before becoming CEO (2013– present) of News Corporation.
Thomson was the son of a bar owner who later became a newspaper proofreader.
|March 11, 1961
|60 years old
|St Mary’s College, RMIT University
Important issues of the day https://t.co/xmhu5MG14E
— Robert Thomson (@robertthomson55) March 23, 2021
Robert Thomson Bio And Age
Talking about Robert Thomson’s bio, he was born on March 11, 1961. So as of 2021, he has turned 60 years of age.
Know Details About Thomson’s Wife And Children
Thomson is married to Wang Ping, a General’s daughter in the Chinese People’s Liberation Army.
The lovebirds have been married for a few years now and also share two sons as their children. But their names and other details are missing from the internet.
Robert Thomson Education, Twitter
Robert studied at Christian Brothers College in St Kilda East and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology.
On Twitter, his account is under the name @robertthomson55; He joined Twitter in September 2013. Now he has gained over 3120 followers with 6401 tweets.
National Hunt racing beware. No sport benefits long-term from having so much power in so few hands. Scottish football over the last 30+ years is a warning about what happens when sport becomes less competitive and dominated by powerhouses. https://t.co/5PHYd7NErf
— Robert Thomson (@robertthomson55) March 22, 2021
10 Facts About Robert Thomson
Robert Thompson was born in Torrumbarry, Victoria. His nationality is Australian.He is the Chief executive officer of News Corporation, headquartered in New York.Mr. Thomson has been a journalist since early 1979, when he joined The Herald in Melbourne, working as a copy boy.Before joining Dow Jones in December 2007, Mr. Thomson was editor of The Times of London, where he presided over a significant expansion of its readership in print and on the Web.He has a LinkedIn profile under his name Robert Thomson with over 500+ connections.For his work in building the FT’s operations, in print and online, he was named as U.S. Business Journalist of the Year in 2001 by the influential trade journal TJFR.He is the author of The Judges: A Portrait of the Australian Judiciary (Allen & Unwin) and the Chinese Army’s co-author (Weldon Owen).In China, he started working freelance for the Financial Times (FT). Also, he met his future wife, Wang Ping, a local computer worker and daughter of a People’s Liberation Army general.He is fluent in English, Mandarin Chinese, and Japanese languages.Thompson can be seen in The Scottish Sun, Fox News, The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, Sydney Morning Herald, and many others.