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Hollinger Inc., the Canadian company that controls the publisher of the Chicago Sun-Times, named a new chairman and president following the resignation of Conrad Black and the ouster of three board members.

Gordon Walker was "initially" named chairman, replacing Black, who resigned as director, chairman and chief executive Nov. 2, Hollinger said. Donald Vale will take the place of former President F. David Radler, who was removed from the board by an Ontario judge Nov. 18.
--Bloomberg News

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