Conrad Black, who heads the company that publishes the Jerusalem Post, reportedly is retiring amid a management shakeup. Black, CEO of Hollinger International, which publishes the Post, the Chicago Sun-Times and Britain’s Daily Telegraph, among other papers, will resign Nov. 21. Black, a member of the British Parliament, is leaving amid reports of accounting irregularities that sparked a public probe and shareholder pressure over executive compensation.
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