News Headlines - 10 February 2012

▽Apple to Announce iPad 3 First Week in March - AllThingsD
Sources say the company has chosen the first week in March to debut the successor to the iPad 2, and will do so at one of its trademark special events. The event will be held in San Francisco, presumably at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Apple’s preferred location for big announcements like these.

▽Apple founder Steve Jobs 'took drugs and abandoned his family - Telegraph.co.uk
A secret FBI file on the late Apple founder Steve Jobs shows that his friends and former colleagues describe him as an abrasive and ruthless character who took drugs and abandoned his family.

▽Nat Rothschild loses libel action against Daily Mail - The Guardian
Nat Rothschild has lost his libel action against the Daily Mail over being portrayed as a "puppet-master" who brought together Lord Mandelson and Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska.

▽Greece crisis: Strike against Eurozone austerity deal - BBC
Greek trade unions have begun a two-day strike to protest against austerity measures approved by politicians under pressure from international lenders.

▽Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp says he would consider England job but no approach made by FA yet - Telegraph.co.uk
Harry Redknapp has admitted for the first time since Fabio Capello resigned as England manager that he would consider taking on the role, though appeared to rule out the prospect of job sharing with Tottenham for the rest of the season.







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