The owner of the Jerusalem Post, accused of taking money illegally from his company, is selling his press interests. On Sunday, Lord Conrad Black made a deal to sell his controlling interest in Hollinger International, which owns the Post, as well as the Daily Telegraph of London and the Chicago Sun- Times, The New York Times reported. The sale to David and Frederick Barclay is worth an estimated $178 million.
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