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EVEN if the US jury had taken 12 minutes to reach its verdict instead of the 12 days it actually did, I would expect the Conrad Black I worked for to lodge an immediate and fiery appeal.
AS A man fascinated with the rise and fall of great historical figures, the irony is poignant. Conrad Black, who turned a £234 investment in two weekly papers into what, at one point, was the world's third biggest media empire, is today facing the prospect of jail.
FORMER media baron Conrad Black's fate is in the hands of a Chicago jury after nearly 15 weeks of testimony during which Black and three co-defendants were depicted alternately as corporate thieves and victims of over-zealous government prosecutors.
A LAWYER for the media mogul Conrad Black moved for a mistrial at court in Chicago yesterday, saying the prosecutors at his racketeering and fraud trial were prejudicing the jury with documents mentioning his chef and chauffeur.
THE man who was Conrad Black's trusted top associate for 30 years testified at the former media baron's fraud trial yesterday how millions of dollars prosecutors claim were stolen began flowing to a Canadian company controlled by Black.
FORMER media baron Conrad Black's use of the Hollinger newspaper empire's corporate jet - including a trip to the remote Pacific island of Bora Bora - cost £3.5 million a year, a witness testified.
A LAWYER accused of helping Lord Conrad Black skim millions of pounds from one of the world's largest media companies made honest mistakes, but is not guilty of fraud, a jury was told yesterday.
LORD Conrad Black and his former associates were greedy thieves who stole millions from investors, a court heard yesterday.
AS LORD Black of Crossharbour, he travelled the world in a private jet, flaunting his wealth and status as the multi-millionaire head of a global media empire and a peer of the British realm.
FORMER newspaper tycoon Lord Conrad Black has insisted that he will be "vindicated" in his fraud trial.
CONRAD AND LADY BLACK: DANCING ON THE EDGE
Media tycoon Lord Conrad Black has had his personal assets frozen worldwide by a Canadian court.
LORD Black, the former owner of the Daily Telegraph, has appeared in court and pleaded not guilty to fraud charges in connection with the alleged looting of more than £47 million from the newspaper empire he once controlled.
FALLEN newspaper magnate Conrad Black has derided US fraud charges against him as a "massive smear job" and vowed to be vindicated of accusations he looted millions of dollars from Hollinger International.
The arraignment of former Telegraph owner Conrad Black on fraud charges has been delayed until next week.
MEDIA tycoon Conrad Black has denied charges of 11 counts of fraud in the US, linked to a £1.2 billion sale of of Canadian newspapers.
A FORMER president and a lawyer with media mogul Conrad Black's tarnished empire have been charged with fraud involving £17 million.
CANADA’S top securities regulator has blocked Lord Black’s bid to take holding company Hollinger Inc private, dealing the fallen press baron the latest in a series of stinging setbacks.