Publisher's Fraud Trial Nears Conclusion Jurors in Chicago heard the closing arguments Tuesday in the trial of Conrad Black, former CEO of Hollinger International. At its height, Hollinger was the world's third-largest media company. Black's three month-long trial has centered on allegations that he skimmed more than $60 million from company shareholders.

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Publisher's Fraud Trial Nears Conclusion

Publisher's Fraud Trial Nears Conclusion

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Closing arguments in the fraud trial of publisher Conrad Black could wrap up Tuesday.

Diantha Parker reports for Chicago Public Radio.