News Headlines - 22 August 2011

▽Libya: key role played by Britain in fall of Tripoli - Telegraph.co.uk
The key role played by Britain in equipping and advising Libya’s rebel fighters for their final push on Tripoli was becoming clear last night as Col Muammar Gaddafi’s remaining forces staged a last stand around his bunker.

▽Prosecutors seek to end Strauss-Kahn case - Financial Times
Prosecutors in New York recommended that a judge dismiss sexual assault charges against Dominique Strauss-Kahn, former head of the International Monetary Fund, alleging that his accuser “has not been truthful on matters great and small”.

▽Andy Coulson on News Corp. Payroll While Working for David Cameron - Reuters
Andy Coulson, formerly editor of the News of the World and one-time director of communications for the UK’s Conservative Party, received thousands of pounds from News Corp.’s British publishing arm, News International, while working for the party, the BBC reports.

▽H-P Needed to Evolve, CEO Says - Wall Street Journal
Hewlett-Packard Co. Chief Executive Leo Apotheker said the computer maker is beginning a "needed transformation" to better compete for corporate technology budgets, as he explained recent moves including the decision to spin off its personal-computer business before investors in New York.

▽Android developers can start writing Google TV apps - The Press Association
Google released a preview version of an Android programming tool plug-in today to let developers write software for Google TV devices.







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