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APPLE-IPOD/ C
RTS7QWQF 
May 11, 2022 
Evolution of Apple's iPod since 2001. 
UNITED STATES 
Apple’s iconic iPod turns 20 Apple to pull the plug on iPod C 
Evolution of Apple's iPod since 2001. 
APPLE-IPOD/.FC
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October 08, 2021 
L'évolution de l'iPod d'Apple depuis 2001 
UNITED STATES 
L’iconique iPod d’Apple a 20 ans.FC 
L'évolution de l'iPod d'Apple depuis 2001 
APPLE-IPOD/ C
RTXI9C7I 
October 08, 2021 
Evolution of Apple's iPod since 2001. 
UNITED STATES 
Apple’s iconic iPod turns 20 C 
Evolution of Apple's iPod since 2001. 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRUN 
May 23, 2011 
Men walk past an advertisement for Apple's iPad2 in front of an electronic shop in Tokyo May 5, 2011.... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
Men walk past an advertisement for Apple's iPad2 in front of an electronic shop in Tokyo May 5, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's 2001 launching of the iPod digital player, which was inspired by Sony's Walkman, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken May 5. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRUM 
May 23, 2011 
A man walks past an advertisement for Sony Walkmans at an electronic shop in Tokyo May 5, 2011. Sony,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
A man walks past an advertisement for Sony Walkmans at an electronic shop in Tokyo May 5, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's 2001 launching of the iPod digital player, which was inspired by Sony's Walkman, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken May 5. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's 2001 launching of the iPod digital player, which was inspired by Sony's Walkman, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken July 1, 1999. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY) 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRUI 
May 23, 2011 
Sony Walkmans are displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo May 5, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic brand,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
Sony Walkmans are displayed at an electronic shop in Tokyo May 5, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's 2001 launching of the iPod digital player, which was inspired by Sony's Walkman, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken May 5. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRUH 
May 23, 2011 
A Sony staff member shows off the company's new Wireless Walkman player and its remote control unit (L)... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
A Sony staff member shows off the company's new Wireless Walkman player and its remote control unit (L) at the 20th anniversary celebration of the first Walkman headphone stereo in Tokyo, July 1, 1999. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's 2001 launching of the iPod digital player, which was inspired by Sony's Walkman, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken July 1, 1999. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRUF 
May 23, 2011 
A Sony staff member shows off the new CD Walkman at the 20th anniversary celebrations marking the launch... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
A Sony staff member shows off the new CD Walkman at the 20th anniversary celebrations marking the launch of the first Walkman mobile music player in Tokyo July 1, 1999. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's 2001 launching of the iPod digital player, which was inspired by Sony's Walkman, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken July 1, 1999. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa (JAPAN) 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRU4 
May 23, 2011 
The Apple and Sony logos are seen at an electronic shop in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
The Apple and Sony logos are seen at an electronic shop in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's launching of the iPod digital player in 2001, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken May 4. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRU3 
May 23, 2011 
The Sony logo is seen on VAIO laptop cases at an electronic shop in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
The Sony logo is seen on VAIO laptop cases at an electronic shop in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's launching of the iPod digital player in 2001, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken May 4. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRTU 
May 23, 2011 
A Sony Walkman audio player is seen at the company's showroom in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite its... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
A Sony Walkman audio player is seen at the company's showroom in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's launching of the iPod digital player in 2001, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken May 4. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRTT 
May 23, 2011 
An employee points to Sony VAIO laptop cases at the company's showroom in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
An employee points to Sony VAIO laptop cases at the company's showroom in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's launching of the iPod digital player in 2001, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken May 4. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
SONY/STUMBLES
RTR2MRTR 
May 23, 2011 
Boys use a Sony VAIO laptop at the company's showroom in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic... 
Tokyo, Japan 
To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES 
Boys use a Sony VAIO laptop at the company's showroom in Tokyo May 4, 2011. Sony, despite its iconic brand, remains out of step with the rest of the global technology world and its talent for crowd-pleasing innovation has largely evaporated. Apple's launching of the iPod digital player in 2001, in one move, ended Sony's dominance of the music player market and left little doubt that Sony was heading for a full blown crisis. Picture taken May 4. To match Special Report SONY/STUMBLES REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCI TECH BUSINESS) 
CHINA-PIRACY/
RTXVLOW 
December 10, 2010 
Counterfeit goods seized by the U.S. government are shown on display at the National Intellectual Property... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report CHINA-PIRACY/ 
Counterfeit goods seized by the U.S. government are shown on display at the National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center in northern Virginia, October 7, 2010. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development estimates the amount of counterfeit goods and pirated copyrights in world trade grew from about $100 billion in 2001 to about $250 billion in 2007, the last year for which they have made an estimate. In the 2009 budget year, U.S. Customs agents and other officials made 14,481 seizures valued at $260.7 million dollars. Picture taken October 7, 2010. To match Special Report CHINA-PIRACY/ REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CONFLICT SOCIETY POLITICS) 
CHINA-PIRACY/
RTXTVC7 
October 26, 2010 
Counterfeit goods seized by the U.S. government are shown on display at the National Intellectual Property... 
Washington, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report CHINA-PIRACY/ 
Counterfeit goods seized by the U.S. government are shown on display at the National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center in northern Virginia, October 7, 2010. The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development estimates the amount of counterfeit goods and pirated copyrights in world trade grew from about $100 billion in 2001 to about $250 billion in 2007, the last year for which they have made an estimate. In the 2009 budget year, U.S. Customs agents and other officials made 14,481 seizures valued at $260.7 million dollars. Picture taken October 7, 2010. To match Special Report CHINA-PIRACY/ REUTERS/Jason Reed (UNITED STATES - Tags: CONFLICT SOCIETY BUSINESS) 
POLITICS GIULIANI
RTRQIUZ 
December 25, 2001 
New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani hugs volunteer Maureen Rahill, of
Queens, N.Y., while serving food to workers... 
New York, United States of America 
GIULIANI HUGS VOLUNTEER AT GROUND ZERO EVENT. 
New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani hugs volunteer Maureen Rahill, of
Queens, N.Y., while serving food to workers from the World Trade Center
ground zero, December 25, 2001, during a Christmas dinner provided by
the Salvation Army in New York. In eight years as mayor, Giuliani took
the rot out of the Big Apple. To admirers and some detractors, Giuliani
made New York safer by cracking down on crime and by imposing his
larger-than-life personality on the most diverse city in the world, a
city many considered ungovernable. REUTERS/POOL FOR USE WITH FEATURE
STORY POLITICS GIULIANI

CRB/SP/ME/SV 
GERMANY
RTRQEQS 
December 19, 2001 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C) and Minister of Agriculture
Renate Kuenast (3rd L) pose with... 
Berlin, Germany 
GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER AND MINISTER OF AGRICULTURE KUENAST POSE
WITH APPLE PRINCESS IN BERLIN. 
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (C) and Minister of Agriculture
Renate Kuenast (3rd L) pose with a basket of apples togehter with apple
princesses from different German regions prior to the weekly cabinet
meeting at the Chancellory in Berlin December 19, 2001. Chancellor
Gerhard Schroeder and the members of the government traditionally
receive a basket full of apples as a present ahead of Christmas Eve.
REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch

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GERMANY
RTXKXNE 
December 03, 2001 
Angela Merkel (2ndL), leader of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) reacts to the applause... 
Dresden, Germany 
Angela Merkel (2ndL), leader of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) reacts to the appl..... 
Angela Merkel (2ndL), leader of the conservative Christian Democratic Union (CDU) reacts to the applause of the party's general secretary Laurenz Meyer (L) and the party's board members Christian Wulff (R) and Volker Ruehe (2ndR) after her opening speech of the 14th general party meeting of the CDU in Dresden, December 3, 2001. [The conservatives, struggling to rebuild their party after a funding scandal around former chancellor Helmut Kohl and trailing behind Schroeder in the polls, said the event will focus on immigration and Social Democratic Chancellor Schroeder's failure to cut unemployment.] 
SPAIN
RTXKWLH 
November 21, 2001 
Mohammed Abdelaziz (L), leader of the Polisario Front in the disputed Western Sahara territory, applauds... 
Seville, Spain 
Mohammed Abdelaziz (L), leader of the Polisario Front in the disputed Western Sahara territory, appl..... 
Mohammed Abdelaziz (L), leader of the Polisario Front in the disputed Western Sahara territory, applauds Guatemalan Nobel Peace Prize winner Rigoberta Menchu during the "European Conference in Support of the Saharan People" in Seville November 24, 2001. [Abdelaziz called last Thursday for a meeting with King Mohammed of Morocco to kick-start stagnant peace talks. A referendum on the future of the territory has been delayed several times since 1992 because of differences on who should be elegible to vote.] 
APPLE IPOD
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November 10, 2001 
A customer looks on as a salesperson bags a new Apple iPod MP3 player
shortly after the Apple store... 
Palo Alto, United States of America 
CUSTOMERS STAND IN LINE TO BUY NEW APPLE IPOD MP3 PLAYER. 
A customer looks on as a salesperson bags a new Apple iPod MP3 player
shortly after the Apple store opened in Palo Alto, California, November
10, 2001. Apple stores across the country hosted lines of eager
customers wanting to be among the first to own iPod. The breakthrough
MP3 player holds up to 1,000 songs and fits in your pocket. REUTERS/Lou
Dematteis

LD/HB 
HONGKONG
RTROTMB 
October 30, 2001 
Hong Kong singer-actress Joey Yung (L) and singer-actor Daniel Chan
pose with apples during the premiere... 
Hong Kong, China - Peoples Republic of 
HONG KONG SINGER-ACTRESS JOEY YUNG AND SINGER-ACTOR DANIEL CHAN AT FILM
PREMIERE IN HONG KONG. 
Hong Kong singer-actress Joey Yung (L) and singer-actor Daniel Chan
pose with apples during the premiere of the love movie "Expect A
Miracle" in Hong Kong October 30, 2001. Yung just finished three
concerts in the Chinese territory. REUTERS/Kin Cheung

KC/JD 
SPORT RACING
RTR14RJZ 
October 27, 2001 
Jockey Jose Valdivia Jr. shouts after riding French horse Val Royal (R)
to victory in the Breeders'... 
Elmont, United States of America 
FRENCH HORSE VAL ROYAL WINS BREEDERS CUP MILE. 
Jockey Jose Valdivia Jr. shouts after riding French horse Val Royal (R)
to victory in the Breeders' Cup Mile at Belmont Park in Elmont, New
York on October 27, 2001. Forbidden Apple (L), ridden by Corey
Nakatani, came in second. REUTERS/Ray Stubblebine

PM/HB 
GERMANY
RTROQ8E 
October 27, 2001 
Roland Koch (C), Prime Minister of the German federal state of Hesse,
points during a photo call with... 
Wiesbaden, Germany 
ROLAND KOCH PRIME MINISTER OF THE GERMAN FEDERAL STATE OF HESSE
WELCOMES MAJESTIES IN WIESBADEN. 
Roland Koch (C), Prime Minister of the German federal state of Hesse,
points during a photo call with 'majesties' - annual elected wine,
apples and cherry queens - in the park of Biebrich castle in Wiesbaden
October 27, 2001. Koch invited around 130 'majesties' to thank them for
their voluntary work. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski REUTERS

ROR/FAB 
SPORT NHL
RTR14RFE 
October 26, 2001 
Montreal Canadian goalie Jose Theodore (C) stops a drive and shot by
Buffalo Sabre right winger Maxim... 
Buffalo, United States of America 
MONTREAL GOALIE THEODORE MAKE SAVE ON BUFFALO AFINOGENOV SHOT. 
Montreal Canadian goalie Jose Theodore (C) stops a drive and shot by
Buffalo Sabre right winger Maxim Afinogenov (R) with Canadian center
Jan Bulis (R) appling pressure. Sabre left winger Denis Hamel (L) is in
on the play with Canadian defenseman Patrice Brisebois (lower L) and
Canadian defenseman Karl Dykhuis (upper L) during the first period
Friday October 26, 2001 at HSBC Arena in Buffalo, New York. REUTERS/
Mark Dye

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JOBS
RTXKUEB 
October 23, 2001 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple release in Cupertino, California October 23, 2001.... 
Cupertino, USA 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple release in Cupertino, California October 23, 2..... 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple release in Cupertino, California October 23, 2001. The new MP3 music player packs up to 1,000 CD-quality songs into an ultra-portable, 6.5 ounce design that fits in your pocket. 
COMPUTERS APPLE
RTROJGB 
October 23, 2001 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple release iPod in Cupertino, California October 23,... 
Cupertino, United States of America 
STEV JOBS HOLDS NEW MP3 PLAYER IN CUPERTINO. 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple release iPod in Cupertino, California October 23, 2001. The new MP3 iPod music player packs up to 1,000 CD-quality songs into an ultra-portable, 6.5 ounce design that fits in your pocket. REUTERS/Susan Ragan
SR/SV 
AFGHAN ATTACK
RTRNI0N 
September 30, 2001 
AFGHAN REFUGEE ABDUL RAZAC PEELS AN APPLE FOR HIS FATHER ABDUL HAMEED
IN A TUBERCULOSES CLINIC IN QUETTA.


Afghan... 
Quetta, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof 
AFGHAN REFUGEE ABDUL RAZAC PEELS AN APPLE FOR HIS FATHER ABDUL HAMEED
IN A TUBERCULOSES CLINIC IN ...... 
AFGHAN REFUGEE ABDUL RAZAC PEELS AN APPLE FOR HIS FATHER ABDUL HAMEED
IN A TUBERCULOSES CLINIC IN QUETTA.


Afghan refugee Abdul Razac (L) peels an apple for his father Abdul
Hameed (52) who suffers from tuberculoses in a special tuberculoses
clinic in Quetta September 30, 2001. The Hameed family who fled Baglan,
their Afghan village, walked for 25 days to escape the feared air
strikes by the United States in response to the September 11th attacks
on New York's World Trade Center and The Pentagon. REUTERS/Jerry
Lampen 
THAILAND -FLOWERS
RTRN989 
September 19, 2001 
A Thai chef carries a colourful tray of chicken and seafood arranged
with roses, big needle tulips,... 
Bangkok, Thailand - Kingdom of 
FOR USE WITH FEATURE THAILAND-FLOWERS. 
A Thai chef carries a colourful tray of chicken and seafood arranged
with roses, big needle tulips, and pink rose apple pollen, at a flowery
food show in Bangkok September 19, 2001. In the background is an
elaborately decorated miniature floral royal Thai berth. REUTERS/Sukree
Sukplang FOR USE WITH FEATURE THAILAND-FLOWERS

NWA/RCS 
JOBS
RTXKNR9 
July 18, 2001 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates software during his keynote address... 
New York, USA 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates software during his keynote add..... 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates software during his keynote address at the Macworld Conference and Expo in New York on July 18, 2001. On July 17 Apple reported profits that rose in its fiscal third quarter from the previous period, continuing a turnaround on strong sales of the new iBook computer, but said it saw no sign of a recovery in the anemic consumer PC market. 
JOBS
RTXKNR7 
July 18, 2001 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates software during his keynote address... 
New York, USA 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates software during his keynote add..... 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates software during his keynote address at the Macworld Conference and Expo in New York on July 18, 2001. On July 17 Apple reported profits that rose in its fiscal third quarter from the previous period, continuing a turnaround on strong sales of the new iBook computer, but said it saw no sign of a recovery in the anemic consumer PC market. 
TECH APPLE EARNS
RTRKV0L 
July 18, 2001 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates
software during his keynote address... 
New York, USA 
JOBS OF APPLE COMPUTER CHIEF AT MACWORLD CONFERENCE IN NEW YORK. 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates
software during his keynote address at the Macworld Conference and Expo
in New York on July 18, 2001. On July 17 Apple reported profits that
rose in its fiscal third quarter from the previous period, continuing a
turnaround on strong sales of the new iBook computer, but said it saw
no sign of a recovery in the anemic consumer PC market.

PM 
TECH APPLE EARNS
RTRKV0G 
July 18, 2001 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates
software during his keynote address... 
New York, USA 
APPLE COMPUTER CHIEF JOBS AT MACWORLD CONFERENCE IN NEW YORK. 
Apple Computer Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steven Jobs demonstrates
software during his keynote address at the Macworld Conference and Expo in
New York on July 18, 2001. On July 17 Apple reported profits that rose in
its fiscal third quarter from the previous period, continuing a turnaround
on strong sales of the new iBook computer, but said it saw no sign of a
recovery in the anemic consumer PC market.

PM 
SPORT RACING
RTR149Y4 
July 07, 2001 
Robert Huffman of Claremont, North Carolina, celebrates with champagne after he drove his #19 White House... 
Daytona Beach, USA 
ROBERT HUFFMAN WINS DAYTONA USA.COM 150. 
Robert Huffman of Claremont, North Carolina, celebrates with champagne after he drove his #19 White House Apple Juice Toyota to win the Daytona USA.COM 150 at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida, July 6. 2001. The Goody's Dash series race is an event leading up to the NASCAR Pepsi 400 at the speedway on July 7.

JLS/JP 
SPORT RACING
RTR149XY 
July 05, 2001 
Robert Huffman of Claremont, North Carolina, celebrates on the roof of his #19 White House Apple Juice... 
Daytona Beach, USA 
ROBERT HUFFMAN WINS DAYTONA USA.COM 150. 
Robert Huffman of Claremont, North Carolina, celebrates on the roof of his #19 White House Apple Juice Toyota in victory lane after winning the Daytona USA.COM 150 July 5, 2001 at the Daytona International Speedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. The Goody's Dash series race is an event leading up to the NASCAR Pepsi 400 at the speedway on July 7.

JLS/jp 
DOLDE
RTXKJK5 
June 13, 2001 
Martin Dolde, chairman of the 29th German Protestant meeting smiles as he holds up a glass of apple wine... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
Martin Dolde, chairman of the 29th German Protestant meeting smiles as he holds up a glass of apple ..... 
Martin Dolde, chairman of the 29th German Protestant meeting smiles as he holds up a glass of apple wine in Frankfurt, June 13, 2001. Dolde announced they expect thousands of Christians to participate in the meeting which starts later today and ends on Sunday, June 17. 
GERMANY PROTESTANTS MEETING
RTRJH73 
June 13, 2001 
Martin Dolde, chairman of the 29th German Protestant meeting smiles as he holds up a glass of apple wine... 
Frankfurt, Germany 
CHAIRMANN MARTIN DOLDE WITH APPLEVINE AT GERMANYS PROTESTANTS MEETING IN FRANKFURT. 
Martin Dolde, chairman of the 29th German Protestant meeting smiles as he holds up a glass of apple wine in Frankfurt, June 13, 2001. Dolde announced they expect thousands of Christians to participate in the meeting which starts later today and ends on Sunday, June 17.

KP 
JOBS
RTXKIH2 
May 21, 2001 
With an image of Apple's new Mac OS X operating system projected behind him, Apple Computer CEO Steve... 
San Jose, USA 
With an image of Apple's new Mac OS X operating system projected behind him, Apple Computer CEO Stev..... 
With an image of Apple's new Mac OS X operating system projected behind him, Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs gives the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California, May 21, 2001. Jobs announced that as of today, Apple would be pre-installing Mac OS X on all new Apple computers. BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
JOBS
RTXKIH1 
May 21, 2001 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds a box containing Apple's new Mac OS X operating system while giving... 
San Jose, USA 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds a box containing Apple's new Mac OS X operating system while giv..... 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds a box containing Apple's new Mac OS X operating system while giving the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California, May 21, 2001. Jobs announced that as of today, May 21, Apple would be pre-installing Mac OS X on all new Apple computers. 
JOBS
RTRILDH 
May 21, 2001 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs reads from a company "manifesto" at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference... 
San Jose, USA 
APPLE CEO JOBS READS FROM MANIFESTO AT DEVELOPERS CONFERENCE. 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs reads from a company "manifesto" at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California, May 21, 2001, listing the goals Apple hopes to accomplish by opening 25 retail stores in the U.S. over the next year. Jobs announced that the grand openings of the first two stores this past weekend, one in southern California and one in Virginia, were both extremely successful.

LD 
JOBS
RTRILC8 
May 21, 2001 
With an image of Apple's new Mac OS X operating system projected behind him, Apple Computer CEO STeve... 
San Jose, USA 
APPLE CEO STEVE JOBS ANNOUNCES INSTALLATION OF NEW OPERATING SYSTEM. 
With an image of Apple's new Mac OS X operating system projected behind him, Apple Computer CEO STeve Jobs gives the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California, May 21, 2001. Jobs announced that as of today, Apple would be pre-installing Mac OS X on all new Apple computers.

LD 
TECH APPLE
RTRILBN 
May 21, 2001 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds a box containing Apple's new Mac OS X operating system while giving... 
San Jose, USA 
APPLE CEO STEVE JOBS ANNOUNCES INSTALLATION OF NEW OPERATING SYSTEM. 
Apple Computer CEO Steve Jobs holds a box containing Apple's new Mac OS X operating system while giving the keynote address at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, California, May 21, 2001. Jobs announced that as of today, May 21, Apple would be pre-installing Mac OS X on all new Apple computers.

LD/JP 
JOBS
RTXKIKV 
May 15, 2001 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference in... 
Washington, USA 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference i..... 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference in at Tyson's Corner in McLean, Virginia, May 15, 2001. Jobs said that Apple hopes to eventually open 25 retail stores in the U.S. and that the first two stores will open this weekend. 
APPLE
RTXKIKU 
May 15, 2001 
Evan Knapp (L) and Morgan McGovern (R) play at children's iMac workstations at the first Apple retail... 
Washington, USA 
Evan Knapp (L) and Morgan McGovern (R) play at children's iMac workstations at the first Apple retai..... 
Evan Knapp (L) and Morgan McGovern (R) play at children's iMac workstations at the first Apple retail store at Tyson's Corner Mall in McLean, Virginai, May 15, 2001, during an announcement ceremony. [Earlier, Apple CEO Steve Jobs] announced the opening of Apple's first retail store during a news conference. [Jobs said that Apple hopes to eventually open 25 retail stores in the U.S. and that the first two stores will open this weekend. ] 
JOBS
RTXKIKT 
May 15, 2001 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference at... 
Washington, USA 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference a..... 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference at Tyson's Corner in McLean, Virginia, May 15, 2001. Jobs said that Apple hopes to eventually open 25 retail stores in the U.S. and that the first two stores will open this weekend. 
APPLE RETAIL
RTRIB6Z 
May 15, 2001 
Members of the media tour the first Apple retail store at Tyson's Corner Mall in McLean, Virginia, May... 
Washington, USA 
NEWS MEDIA LOOK AT FIRST APPLE RETAIL STORE DURING ANNOUNCEMENT IN VIRGINIA. 
Members of the media tour the first Apple retail store at Tyson's Corner Mall in McLean, Virginia, May 15, 2001, during an announcement ceremony. Earlier, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference. Jobs said that Apple hopes to eventually open 25 retail stores in the U.S. and that the first two stores will open this weekend.

WM/RCS 
APPLE RETAIL
RTRIB6F 
May 15, 2001 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference in... 
Washington, USA 
APPLE CEO STEVE JOBS ANNOUNCES OPENING OF FIRST RETAIL STORES IN VIRGINIA. 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference in at Tyson's Corner in McLean, Virginia, May 15, 2001. Jobs said that Apple hopes to eventually open 25 retail stores in the U.S. and that the first two stores will open this weekend.

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APPLE RETAIL
RTRIB63 
May 15, 2001 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs (2nd R) answers questions about the opening of Apple's first retail store during... 
Washington, USA 
APPLE CEO STEVE JOBS AND OTHER APPLE MANAGEMENT ANNOUNCE OPENING OF FIRST RETAIL STORES. 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs (2nd R) answers questions about the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference at Tyson's Corner Mall in McLean, Virginia, May 15, 2001. Jobs said that Apple hopes to eventually open 25 retail stores in the U.S. and that the first two stores will open this weekend. Joining Jobs (L-R) are Ron Johnson, Senior V.P. Retail; Tim Cook, Senior V.P. Operations, Sales and Service; and Fred Anderson, Chief Financial Officer. WM/RCS 
APPLE
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May 15, 2001 
Evan Knapp (L) and Morgan McGovern (R) play at children's workstations at the first Apple retail store... 
Washington, USA 
CHILDREN PLAY AT COMPUTERS IN KIDS SECTION OF APPLES FIRST RETAIL STORE. 
Evan Knapp (L) and Morgan McGovern (R) play at children's workstations at the first Apple retail store at Tyson's Corner Mall in McLean, Virginia, May 15, 2001, during an announcement ceremony. Earlier, Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference. Jobs said that Apple hopes to eventually open 25 retail stores in the U.S. and that the first two stores will open this weekend.
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APPLE RETAIL
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May 15, 2001 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference at... 
Washington, USA 
APPLE CEO STEVE JOBS ANNOUNCES OPENING OF FIRST RETAIL STORES. 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announces the opening of Apple's first retail store during a press conference at Tyson's Corner in McLean, Virginia, May 15, 2001. Jobs said that Apple hopes to eventually open 25 retail stores in the U.S. and that the first two stores will open this weekend.

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GERMANY ISRAEL
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May 09, 2001 
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (R) and his Israeli counterpart Shimon Peres (L) smile to each... 
Berlin, Germany 
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER FISCHER AND HIS ISRAELI COUNTERPART PERES OPEN ISRAEL EMBASSY IN BERLIN. 
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (R) and his Israeli counterpart Shimon Peres (L) smile to each other after they plant a apple tree in front of the new embassy of Israel during the opening ceremony in the Grunewald district of Berlin May 9, 2001.

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GERMANY ISRAEL
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May 09, 2001 
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (R), his Israeli counterpart Shimon Peres (2nd L), Israel's Embassador... 
Berlin, Germany 
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER FISCHER, HIS ISRAELI COUNTERPART PERES OPEN ISRAEL EMBASSY IN BERLIN. 
German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (R), his Israeli counterpart Shimon Peres (2nd L), Israel's Embassador for Germany Shimon Stein (2nd R) and Berlin's Major Eberhard Diepgen (L) smile to the journalists before they plant a apple tree in front of the new embassy of Israel during the opening ceremony in the Grunewald district of Berlin May 9, 2001.

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GERMANY ISRAEL
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May 09, 2001 
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER FISCHER, HIS ISRAELI COUNTERPART PERES AND ISRAEL EMBASSADOR STEIN OPEN ISRAEL... 
Berlin, Germany 
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER FISCHER, HIS ISRAELI COUNTERPART PERES AND ISRAEL EMBASSADOR STEIN OPEN ... 
GERMAN FOREIGN MINISTER FISCHER, HIS ISRAELI COUNTERPART PERES AND ISRAEL EMBASSADOR STEIN OPEN ISRAEL EMBASSY IN BERLIN.


German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer (R), his Israeli counterpart Shimon Peres (L) and Israel's ambassador for Germany Shimon Stein (C) plant a small apple tree in front of the new embassy of Israel during the opening ceremony in the Grunewald district of Berlin May 9, 2001. 
GERMANY ISRAEL
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May 09, 2001 
Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres (L) takes his glasses off, in front of the Israeli Ambassador to... 
Berlin, Germany 
ISRAELI FOREIGN MINISTER PERES AND ISRAEL EMBASSADOR FOR GERMANY STEIN IN BERLIN. 
Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres (L) takes his glasses off, in front of the Israeli Ambassador to Germany Shimon Stein (R), during a speech at the new embassy of Israel in the Grunewald district of Berlin May 9, 2001. Peres and German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer opened the embassy by planting an apple tree.

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SPACE
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May 06, 2001 
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle apples... 
Astana, Kazakhstan 
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle ap..... 
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle apples watched by Yuri Baturin as they rest after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat. 
SPACE RUSSIA
RTRHUOA 
May 06, 2001 
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle apples... 
Astana, Kazakhstan 
U.S. SPCE TOURIST TITO AND RUSSIAN COSMONAUTS BATURIN AND MUSABAYEV JUGGLE APPLES. 
The world's first space tourist Dennis Tito (L) and Russian cosmonaut Talgat Musabayev (C) juggle apples watched by Yuri Baturin as they rest after landing in a remote Kazakh steppe some 300km west from Astana May 6, 2001. Tito and two Russian cosmonauts made a text-book landing on the Kazakh steppe early on Sunday, ending an historic voyage marred by a bitter Russia-U.S. spat.

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JOBS
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May 01, 2001 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple iBook notebook computer during a press event at Apple headquarters... 
Cupertino, USA 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple iBook notebook computer during a press event at Apple he..... 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple iBook notebook computer during a press event at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, May 1, 2001. The new iBook, which at 4.9 pounds will be the lightest and smallest full-featured consumer notebook on the market, will be available for purchase in mid-May. 
STEVE JOBS
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May 01, 2001 
Standing in front of a screen projecting an image of the new Apple iBook notebook computer, Apple CEO... 
Cupertino, USA 
APPLE CEO STEVE JOBS INTRODUCES NEW NOTEBOOK COMPUTER. 
Standing in front of a screen projecting an image of the new Apple iBook notebook computer, Apple CEO Steve Jobs talks during a press event held to introduce the new iBook at the Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, May 1, 2001. The new iBook, which at 4.9 pounds will be the lightest and smallest full-featured consumer notebook on the market, will be available for purchase in mid-May.

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STEVE
RTRHODI 
May 01, 2001 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs throws the new, lightweight Apple iBook notebook computer up in the air during a... 
Cupertino, USA 
APPLE CEO STEVE JOBS DEMONSTRATES NEW NOTEBOOK COMPUTER. 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs throws the new, lightweight Apple iBook notebook computer up in the air during a press event to introduce the new iBook at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, May 1, 2001. The new iBook, which at 4.9 pounds will be the lightest and smallest full-featured consumer notebook on the market, will be available for purchase in mid-May.
REUTERS/Lou Dematteis
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STEVE JOBS
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May 01, 2001 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple iBook notebook computer during a press event at Apple headquarters... 
Cupertino, USA 
APPLE CEO STEVE JOBS DISPLAYS NEW APPLE NOTEBOOK COMPUTER. 
Apple CEO Steve Jobs holds up the new Apple iBook notebook computer during a press event at Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, May 1, 2001. The new iBook, which at 4.9 pounds will be the lightest and smallest full-featured consumer notebook on the market, will be available for purchase in mid-May.

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TRADE INDIA POLICY
RTRGELM 
March 31, 2001 
A fruit seller adjusts his imported apples at a market in New Delhi, March 31, 2001. India, in a move... 
New Delhi, Republic of India 
A FRUIT SELLER ADJUSTS HIS IMPORTED APPLES AT A MARKET IN NEW DELHI. 
A fruit seller adjusts his imported apples at a market in New Delhi, March 31, 2001. India, in a move to further open its markets to global trade, announced on Saturday the lifting of import curbs on more than 700 items, including food, agricultural products, textiles, vehicles and electronic goods.

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