Chicago Sun-Times Ex-Publisher To Plead Guilty Of Fraud, Implicate Partner...

A longtime business partner of the former press baron Conrad M. Black was indicted on criminal fraud charges and - in what may be bad news for Lord Black - has agreed to plead guilty and cooperate in the continuing investigation.

F. David Radler, who was charged in Chicago, is the former publisher of The Chicago Sun-Times, and co-founded Hollinger International Inc. with Lord Black and built it into the world's third-largest newspaper group by circulation by the mid-1990's. Also indicted was Mark Kipness, the former general counsel at Hollinger International.

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