News Headlines - 23 January 2012

▽European Union agress on Iran oil embargo - Telegraph.co.uk
European Union nations have agreed on an oil embargo against Iran as part of sanctions over its nuclear programme.

▽Syria rejects Arab League plan for Assad to step down - BBC
Syria has rejected an Arab League call for President Bashar al-Assad to hand over power to his deputy.

▽Megaupload founder denies internet piracy charges - Telegraph.co.uk
The founder of file-sharing website Megaupload was ordered to be held in custody by a New Zealand court on Monday, as he denied charges of internet piracy and money laundering and said authorities were trying to portray the blackest picture of him.

▽Bank of England governance plan criticised - BBC
The Bank of England's proposals to improve its governance have been criticised by a committee of MPs.

▽RIM's co-CEOs quit in top exec shake-up - Register
A Research in Motion management shake-up has swapped out its co-CEOs for a new top exec following a challenging period for the gadget maker.
Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis, RIM's co-chief executives, have stepped aside after 20 years at the trouble biz, and the company on Monday named Thorsten Heins as president and CEO.







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