–’s lead story from McLeans – Former SEC chair… –’s lead story from McLeans – Former SEC chairman turned hedge fund manager Richard Breeden is making headlines in the U.S. and Canada simultaneously. Negotiations with his activist hedge fund Breeden Capital have broken down after Breeden rejected the company’s offer of two board seats and he’s making headlines in Canada for his role in the case of Conrad Black, whose criminal fraud trial is expected to begin next week in Chicago.

“The court-appointed “corporate monitor” at the collapsed WorldCom and an “adviser” to the special committee of Hollinger International, is on course to become the first corporate governance billionaire,” writes conservative Canadian columnist Mark Steyn in Macleans.

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