Rupert Murdoch, the 83-year-old chairman of 21st Century Fox, spoke at The Wall Street Journal's WSJD Live global technology conference this Wednesday, offering words of wisdom on the importance of fighting Amazon and Netflix, and touching on how he bungled Myspace back in 2005.
More importantly, Murdoch brought an utterly unbeatable sock game, which, luckily, was captured by Fast Company technology editor Harry McCracken and promptly posted to Twitter:
Rupert Murdoch wins the cool-socks competition at WSJ.D. pic.twitter.com/jW8OSTRUL3
— Harry McCracken (@harrymccracken) October 29, 2014
When asked by Business Insider why he continues to work, Murdoch simply replied, "curiosity." But we're most curious about where he got those socks.