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    1. August 16, 2013

      SEC bars Conrad Black from US directorships

      Conrad Black has been fined $4.1m and permanently barred from becoming a director of a US company, after reaching a final...

    2. July 17, 2013

      Cricket, tax and when to do the right thing

      The world’s first international cricket match took place in 1844 in New York between the US and Canada. That cricketing...

    1. November 9, 2012

      Lunch with the FT: Conrad Black

      In Wiltons, a restaurant on Jermyn Street, London, that has been around in various forms since 1742, a man with a hearing...

    2. May 23, 2012

      High-profile Chicago prosecutor steps down

      Patrick Fitzgerald, the US attorney for northern Illinois viewed by many as a modern-day Elliot Ness for his prosecution of...

    3. May 3, 2012

      Shareholder spring set to flatten bosses

      The dry comment of one investor after a steep 54 per cent No vote against Aviva’s pay policy was that “a rolling stone...

    4. May 3, 2012

      Conrad Black released from prison

      Conrad Black’s release from a Florida prison on Friday capped a good recent period for the disgraced peer and former media...

    5. April 18, 2012

      Supreme Court backs Black on libel case

      Conrad Black has won a legal victory in Canada, where the country’s top court has ruled that the disgraced peer can pursue...

    6. February 2, 2012

      Jailed peers set to face expulsion

      Peers who are imprisoned for more than a year could be thrown out of the House of Lords under coalition plans to end the “no...

    7. July 22, 2011

      Murdochs and the madness of moguls

      This has been the sort of week that makes foreigners ask whether we are a serious country. There is a madness in the...

    8. July 15, 2011

      No space for Conrad Black’s views

      From Mr Stephen Rothwell. Sir, I subscribe to the idea that society should strive to rehabilitate offenders, but does the FT...

    9. July 13, 2011

      Murdoch, like Napoleon, is a great bad man

      Rupert Murdoch is probably the most successful media proprietor and operator in history. There is no possible argument about...

    10. June 24, 2011

      Black goes back to prison over mail fraud

      Conrad Black, the former media mogul, is set to return to prison after a US federal judge resentenced him to three and a...

    11. May 31, 2011

      Conrad Black on track for resentencing

      The US Supreme Court has refused to hear an appeal by Conrad Black against his conviction for corporate fraud, ahead of a...

    12. March 18, 2011

      How to court the courtroom

      What is the best dress for a courtroom appearance? This is not to be confused with best-dressed, and is something I’ve been...

    13. March 9, 2011

      Unlocking the psyche of F1’s architect

      No Angel The Secret Life of Bernie Ecclestone By Tom Bower Faber and Faber, £18.99 Of the many vignettes scattered across...

    14. November 1, 2010

      US court forced into review of Enron case

      A US federal appeals court is reviewing whether to uphold the conviction of Jeff Skilling, former chief executive of Enron,...

    15. October 29, 2010

      Black wins partial US court victory

      A US appeals court upheld Conrad Black’s conviction on a charge of obstruction of justice and one count of fraud, although...

    16. September 29, 2010

      Legislation urged to fill Skilling ‘void’

      New legislation is needed to “fill the void” in prosecuting corporate and public corruption created by a recent Supreme...

    17. July 31, 2010

      The role of remorse in court convictions

      Conrad Black – Crime: Fraud; Sentence: Six-and-a-half years; Date: 2007; Despite what the trial judge called his “stunning...

    18. July 29, 2010

      Notes from outside

      FROM: Martin.Lukes@IF.co.uk on 26/07/2010 TO: Conrad.Black@CBlack.com on 26/07/2010 SUBJECT: Welcome to freedom Dear...

    19. July 23, 2010

      Lord Black profits from a grey law

      As this week began, Conrad Black, the jailed former owner of The Daily Telegraph and dozens of other newspapers, was still...

    20. July 20, 2010

      Remaining fortune shrouded in mystery

      The financial net worth of Lord Conrad Black was shrouded in mystery even at the height of the former newspaper baron’s...

    21. July 20, 2010

      Disgraced peer close to gaining his freedom

      Conrad Black and his wife Barbara Amiel (right) arrive at the federal court in Chicago for his sentencing in December 2007...

    22. June 25, 2010

      White-collar charges curbed by court ruling

      The US Supreme Court yesterday put strict new limits on prosecutors' ability to charge white-collar criminals in a decision...

    23. June 24, 2010

      Supreme Court finds fault in Skilling conviction

      The US Supreme Court on Thursday put strict new limits on prosecutors’ ability to charge white collar criminals in a...

    24. April 20, 2010

      Small houses making big books

      The Folio Society has a habit of sending its books to convicts. The UK publisher sent a selection of its high-quality...

    25. April 19, 2010

      Small houses making big books

      The Folio Society has a habit of sending its books to convicts. The UK publisher sent a selection of its high-quality...

    26. March 2, 2010

      US top court hears Enron chief’s appeal

      The US Supreme Court is examining whether a law that helped prosecutors put white collar criminals such as Jeffrey Skilling...

    27. January 26, 2010

      No Murdochs on the mountains

      Media mogul Rupert Murdoch looks likely to miss the annual trip to Davos this year, with the latest official position from...

    28. January 9, 2010

      Creditors step in as Canwest seeks buyer

      A group of creditors led by Bank of Nova Scotia has taken control of Canwest, Canada’s biggest newspaper publisher, while it...

    29. January 9, 2010

      Creditors step in as Canwest seeks buyer

      A group of creditors led by Bank of Nova Scotia has taken control of Canwest, Canada's biggest newspaper publisher, while it...

    30. November 30, 2009

      Lachlan Murdoch eyes Hollywood Reporter deal

      Lachlan Murdoch, the eldest son of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, is closing in on his second deal in as many weeks, with a...

    31. November 29, 2009

      Lachlan Murdoch eyes Hollywood Reporter

      Lachlan Murdoch, the eldest son of media mogul Rupert Murdoch, is closing in on his second deal in as many weeks, with a...

    32. October 7, 2009

      Canada’s National Post files for bankruptcy

      The National Post newspaper, started by Conrad Black, the now-imprisoned former proprietor of the UK’s Daily Telegraph, on...

    33. April 1, 2009

      Sun-Times joins ranks of Chapter 11 publishers

      The Sun-Times Media Group, publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and 58 smaller newspapers in the Chicago suburbs, yesterday...

    34. March 31, 2009

      Sun-Times files for Chapter 11

      The Sun-Times Media Group, publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times and 58 smaller newspapers in the Chicago suburbs, became the...

    35. December 18, 2008

      Blagojevich will not try to appoint successor to Obama senate seat

      Rod Blagojevich, the Illinois governor accused of trying to sell Barack Obama's Senate seat, will not appoint anyone to...

    36. December 17, 2008

      Blagojevich will not fill Senate vacancy

      Rod Blagojevich, the governor of Illinois accused of trying to sell Barack Obama’s vacant Senate seat, will not use his...

    37. December 10, 2008

      Attorney with relentless zeal who knows how to raise a smile

      Patrick Fitzgerald is no stranger to bringing down the most powerful of power-brokers, reports Hal Weitzman in Chicago....

    38. December 9, 2008

      US attorney becomes bête-noire of corrupt elite

      Patrick Fitzgerald is no stranger to bringing down the most powerful of American power-brokers. Since his appointment as US...

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