Media Digest (3/28/2012) Reuters, WSJ, NYT, FT, Bloomberg

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A Reuters/Ipsos poll shows that two-thirds of Americans disapprove of the way President Obama has handled the gasoline crisis. (Reuters)

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) will offer refunds for iPads sold in Australia as local government said some of its ads were misleading. (Reuters)

The roles of chairman and CEO may be split at Goldman Sachs (NYSE: GS). (Reuters)

Potential investors are concerned that Mark Zuckerberg, who controls Facebook, has not been a visible part of the firm’s IPO. (Reuters)

Network security companies, in demand, increase M&A. (Reuters)

IHS (NYSE: IHS) reports that the Volcker rule could increase energy prices because it curtails trading in some commodities. (Reuters)

An EPA clean air act will hurt many coal factories. (Reuters)

Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) sets up an advisory board to help its overseas expansion. (WSJ)

Shareholder pressure prompts changes in the Goldman Sachs board. (WSJ)

The head of BATS Global Markets will give up his role as chairman. (WSJ)

U.S. airlines strive to cut the EU carbon tax. (WSJ)

Greek political parties that are not part of mainstream government won seats in a recent election, threatening the adherence to new austerity laws. (WSJ)

Fed Chairman Bernanke defends actions of the central bank during the start of the credit crisis. (WSJ)

Lead directors may become more of a challenge to CEO power. (WSJ)

Many U.S. refineries are in trouble because they cannot pass along oil prices to buyers of gas. (WSJ)

A senior FBI official says the U.S. is well behind in the war with hackers. (WSJ)

A Simmons School of Management survey shows few women join female support groups. (WSJ)

Former Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) CEO John Mack joins KKR (NYSE: KKR). (WSJ)

Some experts say a foreclosure deal with the government may help banks more than homeowners. (NYT)

President Obama will sign a bill that allows for easier access to capital for start-ups. (NYT)

The FDA approves a new anemia drug called Omontys for dialysis patients. (NYT)

High spot-oil prices used by futures traders may drop in value. (FT)

EU leaders claim that their credit crisis is near its end. (Bloomberg)

Douglas A. McIntyre