SEC bars Conrad Black from U.S. directorships; must pay $4.1 million

(Reuters) – Former press baron Conrad Black is banned from acting as a director of a U.S. company and must pay $4.1 million in restitution in a settlement with the U.S. securities regulator that ends a long-standing lawsuit over Black’s dealings as the head of the Hollinger media empire.

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