The Week: People News - Black convicted of fraud

Conrad Black, the former owner of The Daily Telegraph, is facing up to 35 years in jail after being convicted of criminal fraud and obstruction of justice. Black was found guilty of four of the 13 charges against him from his time as the chairman of Hollinger International, but was cleared of racketeering and of using company resources to fund his lifestyle. He will be sentenced on 30 November and plans to appeal.