News Headlines - 07 March 2012

▽Romney builds delegate lead with Super Tuesday wins - Fox News
Mitt Romney's opponents earned enough victories in Super Tuesday's stakes to keep the GOP presidential primary race in flux – but Romney was able to power through any nicks inflicted by Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich as the front-runner increased his ever-expanding lead in the delegate count.

▽Japan Prosecutors Charge Olympus, Executives - Wall Street Journal
In a statement, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office said it has charged the company and the individuals with violating Japanese law by falsifying financial statements for the fiscal years beginning in April of 2006 and 2007.

▽Ex-Citigroup Banker Convicted in Fraud Case - Wall Street Journal
The private banker at the center of an embezzlement scandal involving Citigroup Inc. in Indonesia was convicted of fraud Wednesday in a case that dealt a blow to the U.S. bank's expansion in Southeast Asia's largest economy.

▽Campaigners Protest Over Record Fuel Prices - Sky News
Campaigners against high petrol prices have taken their message to Downing Street ahead of a mass lobby of MPs later today.

▽Samsung Files Lawsuit Against Apple In Seoul - Wall Street Journal
SEOUL–Samsung Electronics Co. said Wednesday it widened its patent litigation against Apple Inc. in its home country, accusing the U.S. company of violating three more patents.







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