Conrad Black: Best Executive Non-Apology Apology Ever

Probably the best executive non-apology apology of all time: ex-media baron Conrad Black to the court in his sentencing hearing today:

Conrad Black rose moments ago to address the court, unusually sotto voce and subdued – at least to begin with. He then expressed his "deep regret" for the $1.2 billion in shareholder value lost to the company by the inept management of his successors.

Right. Those successor bastards.

More here.

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Comments

  1. Joan says:

    I hope he has to pay back every last dime plus interest and fines. If he has to sell everything he has, then so be it. He should stay ever last second given him in prison. He is not sorry for anybody but himself.