News Headlines - 16 March 2012

▽Rowan Williams resigns as archbishop of Canterbury - The Guardian
The archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, is to resign and return to academia, as master of Magdalene college, Cambridge...
Throughout his time in office he has been attacked by conservatives for his liberal views on homosexuality and by liberals for failing to live up to these principles.

▽US soldier accused of Afghan massacre hires prominent criminal lawyer - Telegraph.co.uk
The US staff sergeant accused of massacring 16 civilians in Kandahar has hired a prominent American criminal lawyer to defend him.

▽Profits slump at Trinity Mirror - Investors Chronicle
Ongoing declines in advertising revenues, high newsprint costs and costs of servicing a substantial debt pile and pensions deficit led to a 15 per cent fall in Trinity Mirror's underlying operating profits to £105m .

▽Groupon UK to change practices after criticism - Reuters
The British arm of Groupon Inc (GRPN.O) pledged on Friday to change the way it promotes offers after the country's trading watchdog said it had found breaches of consumer protection rules at the daily-deal company.

▽New IPad Debuts, May Widen Apple Lead on Google - BusinessWeek
Apple Inc. (AAPL) started selling its new iPad today, betting on a sharper screen and faster chip to extend its lead over Google Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) in the growing market for tablet computers.







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