By: E&P Staff
Hollinger International said in Tuesday’s court-required biweekly status report that it missed yet another deadline for reporting to U.S. and Canadian securities regulators. But it said it would have that overdue financial statement for the first six months of 2005, and a current third quarter 2005 statement, ready by November.
Separately, the bail for F. David Radler, the former business partner of Conrad Black now accused of wire and mail fraud, will be set at $500,000 after his arraignment on Thursday, Richard Blackwell, media reporter for The Globe and Mail in Toronto, reported Tuesday.
The bail for former Hollinger International general counsel Mark Kipnis will be set at just $4,500, the paper reported, citing court documents.
Blackwell also quoted Radler’s attorney as suggesting the arraignment may be delayed beyond Thursday.