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November 09, 2009
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer...
Linz, Austria
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG will decide this week about the liquiditation of the group's Austrian mail-order business, Quelle Austria, due to a lack of investors. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA/
RTXQJ5Q
November 09, 2009
An advertisement for Quelle is pictured next to a red traffic light in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator...
Linz, Austria
An advertisement for Quelle is pictured next to a red traffic light in Linz
An advertisement for Quelle is pictured next to a red traffic light in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG will decide this week about the liquiditation of the group's Austrian mail-order business, Quelle Austria, due to a lack of investors. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA/
RTXQJ5E
November 09, 2009
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz's industrial area November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent...
Linz, Austria
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz's industrial area November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG will decide this week about the liquiditation of the group's Austrian mail-order business, Quelle Austria, due to a lack of investors. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA/
RTXQJ5C
November 09, 2009
A queue of cars passes the Quelle logo at the company main entrance in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator...
Linz, Austria
A queue of cars passes the Quelle logo at the company main entrance in Linz
A queue of cars passes the Quelle logo at the company main entrance in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG will decide this week about the liquiditation of the group's Austrian mail-order business, Quelle Austria, due to a lack of investors. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA/
RTXQJ5A
November 09, 2009
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer...
Linz, Austria
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG will decide this week about the liquiditation of the group's Austrian mail-order business, Quelle Austria, due to a lack of investors. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
AUSTRIA/
RTXQJ56
November 09, 2009
A "Quelle" company logo is pictured in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer...
Linz, Austria
A Quelle company logo is pictured in Linz
A "Quelle" company logo is pictured in Linz November 9, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG will decide this week about the liquiditation of the group's Austrian mail-order business, Quelle Austria, due to a lack of investors. REUTERS/Herwig Prammer (AUSTRIA EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQC7A
November 04, 2009
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees protest against liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CONFLICT)
GERMANY/
RTXQC79
November 04, 2009
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees protest against liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. Placard reading 'My pocket is full and yours are empty, and it's easy for me to dispose of you!!' REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CONFLICT)
GERMANY/
RTXQC6Z
November 04, 2009
People leave a demonstration against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland...
Nuremberg, Germany
People leave demonstration against liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg...
People leave a demonstration against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQC6X
November 04, 2009
People leave a demonstration against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland...
Nuremberg, Germany
People leave demonstration against liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg...
People leave a demonstration against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQC6V
November 04, 2009
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees protest against liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CONFLICT)
GERMANY/
RTXQC6Q
November 04, 2009
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees protest against liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CONFLICT)
GERMANY/
RTXQC6P
November 04, 2009
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees protest against liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY CONFLICT)
GERMANY/
RTXQC6N
November 04, 2009
An employee blows a whistle while protesting against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employee protests against liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg
An employee blows a whistle while protesting against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS CONFLICT)
GERMANY/
RTXQC6M
November 04, 2009
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employees protest against liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg
Employees protest against the liquidation of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQC6E
November 04, 2009
An employee of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland reacts during a demonstration in Nuremberg...
Nuremberg, Germany
Employee of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland reacts during demonstration in Nuremberg
An employee of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland reacts during a demonstration in Nuremberg November 4, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Michaela Rehle (GERMANY POLITICS EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9ED
November 02, 2009
A customer checks a coffee maker during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop...
Berlin, Germany
A customer checks a coffee maker during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop...
A customer checks a coffee maker during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9EC
November 02, 2009
A customer walks over a doormat during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop...
Berlin, Germany
A customer walks over a doormat during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop...
A customer walks over a doormat during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9EB
November 02, 2009
Customers walk over an advertising poster for fitted kitchens during clearance of German mail-order business,...
Berlin, Germany
Customers walk over an advertising poster for fitted kitchens during clearance of German mail-order business...
Customers walk over an advertising poster for fitted kitchens during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. The signs reads "your dream fitted kitchen. Kitchen from Quelle the number one". REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9E9
November 02, 2009
Customers check textiles during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
Customers check textiles during clearance of German mail-order business Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin...
Customers check textiles during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9E4
November 02, 2009
Clearance signs are pictured atop of textiles of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop...
Berlin, Germany
Clearance signs are pictured atop of textiles of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop...
Clearance signs are pictured atop of textiles of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. The signs reads "reduced price". REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9E1
November 02, 2009
Customers check goods during a clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
Customers check goods during clearance of German mail-order business Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin...
Customers check goods during a clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9DX
November 02, 2009
A customer walks beside a fitted kitchen area during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle...
Berlin, Germany
A customer walks beside fitted kitchen area during clearence of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland...
A customer walks beside a fitted kitchen area during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9DV
November 02, 2009
Pedestrians look at empty shelves during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland...
Berlin, Germany
Pedestrians watch empty shelves during clearence of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop...
Pedestrians look at empty shelves during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009.The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. The signs reads "reduced price". REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9DT
November 02, 2009
A customer checks textile during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in...
Berlin, Germany
A customer checks textile during clearence of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in...
A customer checks textile during clearance of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. The signs reads "reduced price". REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9DO
November 02, 2009
Clearance signs are fixed on a window of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin...
Berlin, Germany
Clearance signs are fixed on a window of German mail-order business Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin...
Clearance signs are fixed on a window of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. The sign reeads "Textile clearance sale". REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY)
GERMANY/
RTXQ9DJ
November 02, 2009
People queue in front of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop before they open for a clearance...
Berlin, Germany
People queue in front of German mail-order business Quelle Deutschland shop before they open for a clearence...
People queue in front of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland shop before they open for a clearance in Berlin November 2, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, and to sell out all goods till the end of the year. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ARCANDOR/QUELLE
RTXPW0Q
October 22, 2009
People look through bargain bins at a shop of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich...
Munich, Germany
People look through bargain bins at a shop of German mail-order business Quelle Deutschland in Munich...
People look through bargain bins at a shop of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich October 22, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, due to a lack of investors, Klaus Hubert Goerg said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/QUELLE
RTXPW0O
October 22, 2009
People look through bargain bins at a shop of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich...
Munich, Germany
People look through bargain bins at a shop of German mail-order business Quelle Deutschland in Munich...
People look through bargain bins at a shop of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich October 22, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, due to a lack of investors, Klaus Hubert Goerg said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/QUELLE
RTXPW0N
October 22, 2009
People pass a shopping window of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich October 22,...
Munich, Germany
People pass a shopping window of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich
People pass a shopping window of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich October 22, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, due to a lack of investors, Klaus Hubert Goerg said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/QUELLE
RTXPW0L
October 22, 2009
Clearance sale signs are pictured in front of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich...
Munich, Germany
Clearance sale signs are pictured in front of German mail-order business Quelle Deutschland in Munich...
Clearance sale signs are pictured in front of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich October 22, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, due to a lack of investors, Klaus Hubert Goerg said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ARCANDOR/QUELLE
RTXPW0F
October 22, 2009
Clearance sale signs are pictured in front of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich...
Munich, Germany
Clearance sale signs are pictured in front of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich...
Clearance sale signs are pictured in front of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich October 22, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, due to a lack of investors, Klaus Hubert Goerg said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/QUELLE
RTXPW0A
October 22, 2009
Clearance sale signs are pictured in a shop display window of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland...
Munich, Germany
Clearance sale signs are pictured in a shop display window of German mail-order business Quelle Deutschland...
Clearance sale signs are pictured in a shop display window of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich October 22, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, due to a lack of investors, Klaus Hubert Goerg said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/QUELLE
RTXPW06
October 22, 2009
Clearance sale signs are pictured in a shop display window of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland...
Munich, Germany
Clearance sale signs are pictured in a shop display window of German mail-order business Quelle Deutschland...
Clearance sale signs are pictured in a shop display window of German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland in Munich October 22, 2009. The administrator of insolvent retailer Arcandor AG has decided to liquidate the group's German mail-order business, Quelle Deutschland, due to a lack of investors, Klaus Hubert Goerg said in a statement on Monday. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/GERMANY
RTR250H4
June 25, 2009
Dark clouds gather over flags bearing the logo of Arcandor's mail order unit Quelle in Nuremberg June...
Nuremberg, Germany
Dark clouds gather over flags bearing the logo of Arcandor's mail order unit Quelle in Nuremberg
Dark clouds gather over flags bearing the logo of Arcandor's mail order unit Quelle in Nuremberg June 25, 2009. The German government wants additional assurances before giving its support to a special state-backed 50 million euro loan for Arcandor's mail order unit Quelle, Economy Minister Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg said. REUTERS/Michael Dalder (GERMANY BUSINESS POLITICS)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24JW7
June 11, 2009
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick (L) pose with Karstadt employee Melanie Busch following the recording...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO of Arcandor Eick and Karstadt employee Busch pose following Talkshow in Hamburg
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick (L) pose with Karstadt employee Melanie Busch following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow' in Hamburg June 9, 2009. Stricken German retail and tourism group Arcandor AG, which filed for insolvency on Tuesday, denied a report it was planning to only sell a 51 stake in its Karstadt department store chain and offload the rest later. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24JW6
June 11, 2009
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick (R) pose with Karstadt employee Melanie Busch following the recording...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO of Arcandor Eick and Karstadt employee Busch pose following Talkshow in Hamburg
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick (R) pose with Karstadt employee Melanie Busch following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow' in Hamburg June 9, 2009. Stricken German retail and tourism group Arcandor AG, which filed for insolvency on Tuesday, denied a report it was planning to only sell a 51 stake in its Karstadt department store chain and offload the rest later. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24JW0
June 11, 2009
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick takes a slice of pizza following the recording of the 'Johannes B....
Hamburg, Germany
CEO of Arcandor Eick takes a slice of pizza following Talkshow in Hamburg
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick takes a slice of pizza following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow' in Hamburg June 9, 2009. Stricken German retail and tourism group Arcandor AG, which filed for insolvency on Tuesday, denied a report it was planning to only sell a 51 stake in its Karstadt department store chain and offload the rest later. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24JVX
June 11, 2009
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick poses following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow'...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO of Arcandor Eick poses following Talkshow in Hamburg
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick poses following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow' in Hamburg June 9, 2009. Stricken German retail and tourism group Arcandor AG, which filed for insolvency on Tuesday, denied a report it was planning to only sell a 51 stake in its Karstadt department store chain and offload the rest later. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24JVS
June 11, 2009
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick poses following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow'...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO of Arcandor Eick poses following Talkshow in Hamburg
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick poses following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow' in Hamburg June 9, 2009. Stricken German retail and tourism group Arcandor AG, which filed for insolvency on Tuesday, denied a report it was planning to only sell a 51 stake in its Karstadt department store chain and offload the rest later. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT HEADSHOT)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24JVO
June 11, 2009
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick poses following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow'...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO of Arcandor Eick poses following Talkshow in Hamburg
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick poses following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow' in Hamburg June 9, 2009. Stricken German retail and tourism group Arcandor AG, which filed for insolvency on Tuesday, denied a report it was planning to only sell a 51 stake in its Karstadt department store chain and offload the rest later. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24JVJ
June 11, 2009
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick poses following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow'...
Hamburg, Germany
CEO of Arcandor Eick poses following Talkshow in Hamburg
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick poses following the recording of the 'Johannes B. Kerner Talkshow' in Hamburg June 9, 2009. Stricken German retail and tourism group Arcandor AG, which filed for insolvency on Tuesday, denied a report it was planning to only sell a 51 stake in its Karstadt department store chain and offload the rest later. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24ICO
June 10, 2009
Shopping carts are pictured at a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in...
Berlin, Germany
Shopping carts are pictured at a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in...
Shopping carts are pictured at a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in Berlin, June 10, 2009. Metro, rival of insolvent German retail group Arcandor, and who operate the Kaufhof stores, has been pushing to merge its department store chain with Arcandor's. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24ICM
June 10, 2009
Shopping carts are pictured at a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in...
Berlin, Germany
Shopping carts are pictured at a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in...
Shopping carts are pictured at a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in Berlin, June 10, 2009. Metro, rival of insolvent German retail group Arcandor, and who operate the Kaufhof stores, has been pushing to merge its department store chain with Arcandor's. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24ICL
June 10, 2009
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin, June...
Berlin, Germany
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin, June 10, 2009. Metro, rival of insolvent German retail group Arcandor, and who operate the Kaufhof stores, has been pushing to merge its department store chain with Arcandor's. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24ICK
June 10, 2009
An aircraft flies over a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in Berlin,...
Berlin, Germany
An aircraft flies over a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in Berlin...
An aircraft flies over a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in Berlin, June 10, 2009. Metro, rival of insolvent German retail group Arcandor, and who operate the Kaufhof stores, has been pushing to merge its department store chain with Arcandor's. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24ICH
June 10, 2009
Clients push a shopping cart at a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG...
Berlin, Germany
Clients push a shopping cart at a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG...
Clients push a shopping cart at a Metro cash and carry market of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG in Berlin, June 10, 2009. Metro, rival of insolvent German retail group Arcandor, and who operate the Kaufhof stores, has been pushing to merge its department store chain with Arcandor's. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24ICF
June 10, 2009
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin, June...
Berlin, Germany
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin, June 10, 2009. Metro, rival of insolvent German retail group Arcandor, and who operate the Kaufhof stores, has been pushing to merge its department store chain with Arcandor's. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY BUSINESS)
ARCANDOR/
RTR24ICE
June 10, 2009
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin, June...
Berlin, Germany
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin, June 10, 2009. Metro, rival of insolvent German retail group Arcandor, and who operate the Kaufhof stores, has been pushing to merge its department store chain with Arcandor's. The sign reads 'Welcome in your Metro'. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY BUSINESS)
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June 10, 2009
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin, June...
Berlin, Germany
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin
The logo of Germany's biggest retailer Metro AG is pictured at a Metro cash and carry in Berlin, June 10, 2009. Metro, rival of insolvent German retail group Arcandor, and who operate the Kaufhof stores, has been pushing to merge its department store chain with Arcandor's. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY BUSINESS)
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June 10, 2009
Karstadt employees protest against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009. German retail group...
Munich, Germany
Karstadt employees protest against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich
Karstadt employees protest against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009. German retail group Arcandor AG threw in the towel on Tuesday, filing for insolvency after the Berlin government rejected its request for emergency state aid. Arcandor said the court filing covered its Karstadt department stores, Primondo GmbH mail-order and Quelle catalogue businesses but excluded Thomas Cook Plc, Europe's second-biggest travel group in which it holds a majority stake. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT)
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June 10, 2009
A member of the German trade union ver.di holds up a pin reading 'wehr.di' (Bavarian slang 'fight for')...
Munich, Germany
A member of the German trade union ver.di holds up a pin during a protest against the Arcandor insolvency...
A member of the German trade union ver.di holds up a pin reading 'wehr.di' (Bavarian slang 'fight for') during a protest against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009. German retail group Arcandor AG threw in the towel on Tuesday, filing for insolvency after the Berlin government rejected its request for emergency state aid. Arcandor said the court filing covered its Karstadt department stores, Primondo GmbH mail-order and Quelle catalogue businesses but excluded Thomas Cook Plc, Europe's second-biggest travel group in which it holds a majority stake. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS)
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June 10, 2009
A Karstadt employee holds up a poster reading 'It is about 56.000 jobs' in front of a banner reading...
Munich, Germany
A Karstadt employee holds up a poster during a protest against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich
A Karstadt employee holds up a poster reading 'It is about 56.000 jobs' in front of a banner reading 'No inner city without Karstadt' during a protest against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009. German retail group Arcandor AG threw in the towel on Tuesday, filing for insolvency after the Berlin government rejected its request for emergency state aid. Arcandor said the court filing covered its Karstadt department stores, Primondo GmbH mail-order and Quelle catalogue businesses but excluded Thomas Cook Plc, Europe's second-biggest travel group in which it holds a majority stake. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY EMPLOYMENT CONFLICT)
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June 10, 2009
Karstadt employees protest against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009. German retail group...
Munich, Germany
Karstadt employees protest against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich
Karstadt employees protest against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009. German retail group Arcandor AG threw in the towel on Tuesday, filing for insolvency after the Berlin government rejected its request for emergency state aid. Arcandor said the court filing covered its Karstadt department stores, Primondo GmbH mail-order and Quelle catalogue businesses but excluded Thomas Cook Plc, Europe's second-biggest travel group in which it holds a majority stake. Placard reads: 'Its about 56,000 jobs' REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT)
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June 10, 2009
A demonstrator blows a whistle as he protests against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009....
Munich, Germany
A demonstrator blows a whistle as he protests against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich
A demonstrator blows a whistle as he protests against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009. German retail group Arcandor AG threw in the towel on Tuesday, filing for insolvency after the Berlin government rejected its request for emergency state aid. Arcandor said the court filing covered its Karstadt department stores, Primondo GmbH mail-order and Quelle catalogue businesses but excluded Thomas Cook Plc, Europe's second-biggest travel group in which it holds a majority stake. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS CONFLICT EMPLOYMENT)
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June 10, 2009
A woman protests against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009. German retail group Arcandor...
Munich, Germany
A woman protests against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich
A woman protests against the Arcandor insolvency in Munich, June 10, 2009. German retail group Arcandor AG threw in the towel on Tuesday, filing for insolvency after the Berlin government rejected its request for emergency state aid. Arcandor said the court filing covered its Karstadt department stores, Primondo GmbH mail-order and Quelle catalogue businesses but excluded Thomas Cook Plc, Europe's second-biggest travel group in which it holds a majority stake. REUTERS/Alexandra Beier (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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June 09, 2009
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick is pictured after making a statement at the Arcandor headquarters in...
Essen, Germany
CEO of Arcandor Eick is pictured after a making statement at the Arcandor headquarters in Essen
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick is pictured after making a statement at the Arcandor headquarters in Essen, June 9, 2009. Stricken German retail and tourism group Arcandor AG launched a fresh attempt to get help from the German government as it battles to avoid insolvency which could come as early as next week. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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June 09, 2009
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick is pictured after making a statement at the Arcandor headquarters in...
Essen, Germany
CEO of Arcandor Eick is pictured after a making statement at the Arcandor headquarters in Essen
CEO of Arcandor Karl-Gerhard Eick is pictured after making a statement at the Arcandor headquarters in Essen, June 9, 2009. Stricken German retail and tourism group Arcandor AG launched a fresh attempt to get help from the German government as it battles to avoid insolvency which could come as early as next week. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT POLITICS)
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June 09, 2009
A Karstadt employee removes a placard reading 'we fight in common for Karstadt' as she takes down a protest...
Hamburg, Germany
Karstadt employee removes placard as she takes down protest stand at Karstadt department store in Hamburg...
A Karstadt employee removes a placard reading 'we fight in common for Karstadt' as she takes down a protest stand at a Karstadt department store in Hamburg June 9, 2009. German retail group Arcandor AG threw in the towel on Tuesday, filing for insolvency after the Berlin government rejected its request for emergency state aid. Arcandor said the court filing covered its Karstadt department stores, Primondo GmbH mail-order and Quelle catalogue businesses but excluded Thomas Cook Plc, Europe's second-biggest travel group in which it holds a majority stake. REUTERS/Christian Charisius (GERMANY POLITICS BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
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June 09, 2009
Employees react at the headquarters of Arcandor in Essen, June 9, 2009. German retail group Arcandor...
Essen, Germany
Employees react at the headquarters of Arcandor in Essen
Employees react at the headquarters of Arcandor in Essen, June 9, 2009. German retail group Arcandor AG threw in the towel on Tuesday, filing for insolvency after the Berlin government rejected its request for emergency state aid. Arcandor said the court filing covered its Karstadt department stores, Primondo GmbH mail-order and Quelle catalogue businesses but excluded Thomas Cook Plc, Europe's second-biggest travel group in which it holds a majority stake. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY BUSINESS POLITICS EMPLOYMENT IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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