Hollinger audit committee had “no finance experts”

The Conrad Black trial has been good theatre, and the latest coming out of Chicago doesn’t disappoint. Testifying at the trial of former Hollinger chairman Conrad Black, a former member of the company’s audit committee has testified that it kept watch over company finances for four years without any financial experts. Economist Marie-Josee Kravis, satContinue reading “Hollinger audit committee had “no finance experts””

Conrad Black vows to regain business empire

From the Globe and Mail: Conrad Black has vowed in a court filing to regain control of what remains of his business empire, but he’s also worried there might not be much left. This struck me as a bit strange. I have to admit my experience with court filings isn’t extensive, but I just assumedContinue reading “Conrad Black vows to regain business empire”