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ITALY-PIAGGIO/
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April 19, 2018
Roberto Colaninno, Chairman and CEO of Piaggio, attends the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of...
Pontedera, Italy
Roberto Colaninno, Chairman and CEO of Piaggio, attends the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of...
Roberto Colaninno, Chairman and CEO of Piaggio, attends the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the Vespa Primavera scooter at the Piaggio Museum in Pontedera, Italy, April 19, 2018. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
ITALY-PIAGGIO/
RTX5TAHF
April 19, 2018
Roberto Colaninno, Chairman and CEO of Piaggio, attends the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of...
Pontedera, Italy
Roberto Colaninno, Chairman and CEO of Piaggio, attends the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of...
Roberto Colaninno, Chairman and CEO of Piaggio, attends the celebrations for the 50th anniversary of the Vespa Primavera scooter at the Piaggio Museum in Pontedera, Italy, April 19, 2018. REUTERS/ Alessandro Bianchi
ITALY-BUSINESS/
RTR4AUVP
October 20, 2014
Alitalia President Roberto Colaninno (L) poses with Etihad CEO James Hogan at Malpensa Airport near Milan,...
MALPENSA, Italy
Alitalia President Colaninno poses with Etihad CEO Hogan at Malpensa Airport
Alitalia President Roberto Colaninno (L) poses with Etihad CEO James Hogan at Malpensa Airport near Milan, October 20, 2014. Alitalia-Etihad announce today a partnership with Expo 2015 at the Milan's International airport Malpensa. REUTERS/Alessandro Garofalo (ITALY - Tags: BUSINESS)
ALITALIA-ETIHAD/SIGN
RTR41Q9Y
August 08, 2014
Alitalia's Chief Executive Officer Gabriele Del Torchio (L) and Chairman Roberto Colaninno attend a media...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia's CEO Del Torchio and Chairman Colaninno attend a media conference in Rome
Alitalia's Chief Executive Officer Gabriele Del Torchio (L) and Chairman Roberto Colaninno attend a media conference in Rome, August 8, 2014. Middle Eastern airline Etihad will buy almost half of Alitalia and pour 560 million euros ($751 million) into the lossmaking Italian flag carrier in a turnaround effort that will involve heavy job losses, under a long-delayed deal signed on Friday. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
VIETNAM
RTR2YO0O
March 01, 2012
Vietnamese and Italian leaders (L-R): Communist Party Chief of Vinh Phuc Pham Van Vong, Italy's Foreign...
VINH PHUC PROVINCE, Vietnam
Vietnamese and Italian leaders attend a ribbon cutting ceremony during the official opening of a Piaggio...
Vietnamese and Italian leaders (L-R): Communist Party Chief of Vinh Phuc Pham Van Vong, Italy's Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata, Vietnam's Deputy Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai, Piaggio Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Roberto Colaninno and President of the Tuscany Region Enrico Rossi, attend a ribbon cutting ceremony during the official opening of a Piaggio factory in Vinh Phuc province, outside Hanoi March 1, 2012. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL TRANSPORT)
VIETNAM
RTR2YO0B
March 01, 2012
Piaggio Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Roberto Colaninno (R) speaks with Italy's Foreign...
VINH PHUC PROVINCE, Vietnam
Piaggio Group Chairman and CEO Colaninno speaks with Italy's Foreign Minister Sant'Agata and Italian...
Piaggio Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Roberto Colaninno (R) speaks with Italy's Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata (C) and Italian Ambassador to Vietnam Lorenzo Angeloni, (L) during the official opening ceremony of a Piaggio factory in Vinh Phuc province, outside Hanoi March 1, 2012. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL POLITICS)
VIETNAM
RTR2YO0A
March 01, 2012
Piaggio Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Roberto Colaninno (R) speaks with Italy's Foreign...
VINH PHUC PROVINCE, Vietnam
Piaggio Group Chairman and CEO Roberto Colaninno speaks with Italy's Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi di...
Piaggio Group Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Roberto Colaninno (R) speaks with Italy's Foreign Minister Giulio Terzi di Sant'Agata (C) during the official opening ceremony of a Piaggio factory in Vinh Phuc province, outside Hanoi March 1, 2012. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS POLITICS INDUSTRIAL)
ITALY-/
RTR2SAU6
October 06, 2011
Alitalia president Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference during the presentation of new Alitalia...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia president Colaninno attends a news conference during the presentation of new Alitalia jet "...
Alitalia president Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference during the presentation of new Alitalia jet " Embraer E-jet 190" at Leonardo da Vinci airport in Fiumicino, October 6, 2011. REUTERS/Remo Casilli ( ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
ITALY-/
RTR2SAU4
October 06, 2011
Alitalia president Roberto Colaninno (L) and CEO Rocco Sabelli attend a news conference during the presentation...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia president Colaninno and CEO Sabelli attend a news conference during the presentation of new...
Alitalia president Roberto Colaninno (L) and CEO Rocco Sabelli attend a news conference during the presentation of new Alitalia jet " Embraer E-jet 190" at Leonardo da Vinci airport in Fiumicino, October 6, 2011. REUTERS/Remo Casilli ( ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
ITALY-/
RTR2SATX
October 06, 2011
Alitalia president Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference during the presentation of new Alitalia...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia president Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference during the presentation of new Alitalia...
Alitalia president Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference during the presentation of new Alitalia jet " Embraer E-jet 190" at Leonardo da Vinci airport in Fiumicino, October 6, 2011. REUTERS/Remo Casilli ( ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
ITALY/
RTR2SANM
October 06, 2011
Embraer Commercial Aviation President Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva links hands with Alitalia President...
Fiumicino, Italy
Embraer Commercial Aviation President de Souza e Silva links hands with Alitalia President Colaninno...
Embraer Commercial Aviation President Paulo Cesar de Souza e Silva links hands with Alitalia President Roberto Colaninno (L) and CEO Rocco Sabelli after the news conference to present the new Alitalia jet Embraer E-jet 190 at Leonardo da Vinci airport in Fiumicino October 6, 2011. REUTERS/Remo Casilli ( ITALY - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
POPE
RTR2ALO8
February 20, 2010
Roberto Colaninno (top R), head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors and Chief Executive of...
Vatican City, Vatican City
Colaninno, head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors and CEO of Piaggo, smiles as he attends...
Roberto Colaninno (top R), head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors and Chief Executive of Piaggo, smiles as he attends an audience with Pope Benedict XVI in the Paul VI Hall at the Vatican February 20, 2010. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION POLITICS BUSINESS)
ITALY
RTXOWBR
May 28, 2009
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (L) and Piaggio president Roberto Colaninno present the new...
Rome, Italy
Italy's PM Berlusconi and Piaggio president Colaninno present new Piaggio Mp3 Hybrid scooter at Chigi...
Italy's Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi (L) and Piaggio president Roberto Colaninno present the new Piaggio Mp3 Hybrid scooter at Chigi palace in Rome May 28, 2009. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY POLITICS TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
ITALY
RTXOWBL
May 28, 2009
Piaggio president Roberto Colaninno arrives to present the new Piaggio Mp3 Hybrid scooter at Chigi palace...
Rome, Italy
Piaggio president Colaninno arrives to present new Piaggio Mp3 Hybrid scooter at Chigi palace in Rome...
Piaggio president Roberto Colaninno arrives to present the new Piaggio Mp3 Hybrid scooter at Chigi palace in Rome May 28, 2009. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY POLITICS BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
ITALY
RTXOWBG
May 27, 2009
Italy's Environment Minister Stefania Prestigiacomo (R), Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti (2nd L) and...
Rome, Italy
Italy's Environment Minister Prestigiacomo presents new Piaggio Mp3 Hybrid scooter at Chigi palace in...
Italy's Environment Minister Stefania Prestigiacomo (R), Finance Minister Giulio Tremonti (2nd L) and Piaggio president Roberto Colaninno (3rd L) present the new Piaggio Mp3 Hybrid scooter at Chigi palace in Rome May 28, 2009. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY TRANSPORT POLITICS BUSINESS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
ALITALIA/
RTR23BOC
January 12, 2009
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno looks on as he attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia Chairman Colaninno looks on as he attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome...
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno looks on as he attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome January 12, 2009. Alitalia agreed to sell a 25 percent stake to Air France-KLM for more than 320 million euros ($429 million), giving the French airline wider access to a vibrant aviation market after years of on-off courtship. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR23BOB
January 12, 2009
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno looks on as he attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia Chairman Colaninno looks on as he attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome...
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno looks on as he attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome January 12, 2009. Alitalia agreed to sell a 25 percent stake to Air France-KLM for more than 320 million euros ($429 million), giving the French airline wider access to a vibrant aviation market after years of on-off courtship. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR23BO4
January 12, 2009
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno (R) Chief Executive Rocco Sabelli attend a news conference at Alitalia...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia Chairman Colaninno and Chief Executive Sabelli attend a news conference at Alitalia headquarters...
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno (R) Chief Executive Rocco Sabelli attend a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome January 12, 2009. Alitalia agreed to sell a 25 percent stake to Air France-KLM for more than 320 million euros ($429 million), giving the French airline wider access to a vibrant aviation market after years of on-off courtship. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTR23BNX
January 12, 2009
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome January...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia Chairman Colaninno attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome January 12, 2009. Alitalia agreed to sell a 25 percent stake to Air France-KLM for more than 320 million euros ($429 million), giving the French airline wider access to a vibrant aviation market after years of on-off courtship. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ALITALIA/AIRFRANCEKLM
RTR23BN4
January 12, 2009
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome January...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia Chairman Colaninno attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome January 12, 2009. Alitalia's board has approved the sale of a minority stake in the reshaped airline to Air France-KLM. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ALITALIA/AIRFRANCEKLM
RTR23BMY
January 12, 2009
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno (R) and Chief Executive Rocco Sabelli arrive to attend a news conference...
Rome, Italy
Alitalia Chairman Colaninno and Chief Executive Sabelli arrive to attend a news conference at Alitalia...
Alitalia Chairman Roberto Colaninno (R) and Chief Executive Rocco Sabelli arrive to attend a news conference at Alitalia headquarters in Rome January 12, 2009. Alitalia's board has approved the sale of a minority stake in the reshaped airline to Air France-KLM. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR22IXV
December 12, 2008
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno and Chief Executive Officer Rocco Sabelli (R) attend a...
Rome, Italy
CAI investor group chairman Colaninno and CEO Sabelli attend a news conference in Rome
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno and Chief Executive Officer Rocco Sabelli (R) attend a news conference in Rome December 12, 2008. An Italian investor consortium buying Alitalia formally took possession of the airline's assets on Friday in another step towards closing the long-awaited deal, said Roberto Colaninno, president of the CAI investor group. CAI's purchase of Alitalia for 427 million euros ($567 million) was initially set to be wrapped up by the end of November, but had been delayed. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR22IX9
December 12, 2008
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference in Rome December 12, 2008. An...
Rome, Italy
CAI investor group chairman Colaninno attends a news conference in Rome
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference in Rome December 12, 2008. An Italian investor consortium buying Alitalia formally took possession of the airline's assets on Friday in another step towards closing the long-awaited deal, said Roberto Colaninno, president of the CAI investor group. CAI's purchase of Alitalia for 427 million euros ($567 million) was initially set to be wrapped up by the end of November, but had been delayed. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR22IX6
December 12, 2008
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference in Rome December 12, 2008. An...
Rome, Italy
CAI investor group chairman Colaninno attends a news conference in Rome
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference in Rome December 12, 2008. An Italian investor consortium buying Alitalia formally took possession of the airline's assets on Friday in another step towards closing the long-awaited deal, said Roberto Colaninno, president of the CAI investor group. CAI's purchase of Alitalia for 427 million euros ($567 million) was initially set to be wrapped up by the end of November, but had been delayed. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR22IX5
December 12, 2008
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno is seen in the viewfinder of a television camera during...
Rome, Italy
CAI investor group chairman Colaninno attends a news conference in Rome
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno is seen in the viewfinder of a television camera during a news conference in Rome December 12, 2008. An Italian investor consortium buying Alitalia formally took possession of the airline's assets on Friday in another step towards closing the long-awaited deal, said Roberto Colaninno, president of the CAI investor group. CAI's purchase of Alitalia for 427 million euros ($567 million) was initially set to be wrapped up by the end of November, but had been delayed. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR22IWY
December 12, 2008
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno and Chief Executive Officer Rocco Sabelli (L) attend a...
Rome, Italy
CAI investor group chairman Colaninno and CEO Sabelli attend a news conference in Rome
CAI investor group chairman Roberto Colaninno and Chief Executive Officer Rocco Sabelli (L) attend a news conference in Rome December 12, 2008. An Italian investor consortium buying Alitalia formally took possession of the airline's assets on Friday in another step towards closing the long-awaited deal, said Roberto Colaninno, president of the CAI investor group. CAI's purchase of Alitalia for 427 million euros ($567 million) was initially set to be wrapped up by the end of November, but had been delayed. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
ALITALIA
RTR22IWV
December 12, 2008
CAI investor group Chief Executive Officer Rocco Sabelli attends a news conference in Rome December 12,...
Rome, Italy
CAI investor group CEO Sabelli attends a news conference in Rome
CAI investor group Chief Executive Officer Rocco Sabelli attends a news conference in Rome December 12, 2008. An Italian investor consortium buying Alitalia formally took possession of the airline's assets on Friday in another step towards closing the long-awaited deal, said Roberto Colaninno, president of the CAI investor group. CAI's purchase of Alitalia for 427 million euros ($567 million) was initially set to be wrapped up by the end of November, but had been delayed. REUTERS/Remo Casilli (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTXA3UQ
October 31, 2008
CAI consortium's head Roberto Colaninno looks on during a meeting with the unions at Palazzo Chigi in...
Rome, Italy
CAI consortium's head Colaninno looks on during a meeting with the unions at Palazzo Chigi in Rome
CAI consortium's head Roberto Colaninno looks on during a meeting with the unions at Palazzo Chigi in Rome October 31, 2008. The Italian investor group planning to buy Alitalia warned today that it would walk away from the deal if the bankrupt carrier's unions failed to get on board with new work contracts. Alitalia's powerful unions backed the CAI consortium's takeover in principle last month, but talks on detailed terms for a new labor contract have floundered. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTXA3UL
October 31, 2008
CAI consortium's head Roberto Colaninno (C), chairman Rocco Sabelli (R) and Infrastructure Minister Altero...
Rome, Italy
CAI consortium's head Colaninno, chairman Sabelli and Infrastructure Minister Matteoli look on during...
CAI consortium's head Roberto Colaninno (C), chairman Rocco Sabelli (R) and Infrastructure Minister Altero Matteoli look on during a meeting with the unions at Palazzo Chigi in Rome October 31, 2008. The Italian investor group planning to buy Alitalia warned today that it would walk away from the deal if the bankrupt carrier's unions failed to get on board with new work contracts. Alitalia's powerful unions backed the CAI consortium's takeover in principle last month, but talks on detailed terms for a new labor contract have floundered. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA/
RTXA3UG
October 31, 2008
CAI consortium's head Roberto Colaninno looks on during a meeting with the unions at Palazzo Chigi in...
Rome, Italy
CAI consortium's head Roberto Colaninno looks on during a meeting with the unions at Palazzo Chigi in...
CAI consortium's head Roberto Colaninno looks on during a meeting with the unions at Palazzo Chigi in Rome October 31, 2008. The Italian investor group planning to buy Alitalia warned today that it would walk away from the deal if the bankrupt carrier's unions failed to get on board with new work contracts. Alitalia's powerful unions backed the CAI consortium's takeover in principle last month, but talks on detailed terms for a new labor contract have floundered. REUTERS/Max Rossi (ITALY)
ALITALIA-WITHDRAW/
RTR220VW
September 18, 2008
CAI consortium Chairman Roberto Colaninno arrives at Clerici Palace in downtown Milan, September 18,...
Milan, Italy
CAI consortium Chairman Roberto Colaninno arrives at Clerici Palace in downtown Milan
CAI consortium Chairman Roberto Colaninno arrives at Clerici Palace in downtown Milan, September 18, 2008. Italian consortium CAI confirmed on Thursday that it had withdrawn its offer to buy Alitalia, giving the special administrator no apparent choice but to liquidate the airline. The group of Italian investors decided unanimously to pull out in the face of union opposition over the job cuts involved in their proposed rescue plan. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY)
ALITALIA-WITHDRAW/
RTR220VM
September 18, 2008
CAI consortium Chairman Roberto Colaninno arrives at Clerici Palace in downtown Milan, September 18,...
Milan, Italy
CAI consortium Chairman Roberto Colaninno arrives at Clerici Palace in downtown Milan
CAI consortium Chairman Roberto Colaninno arrives at Clerici Palace in downtown Milan, September 18, 2008. Italian consortium CAI confirmed on Thursday that it had withdrawn its offer to buy Alitalia, giving the special administrator no apparent choice but to liquidate the airline. The group of Italian investors decided unanimously to pull out in the face of union opposition over the job cuts involved in their proposed rescue plan. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY)
ALITALIA-WITHDRAW/
RTR220VB
September 18, 2008
CAI consortium Chairman Roberto Colaninno arrives at Clerici Palace in downtown Milan, September 18,...
Milan, Italy
CAI consortium Chairman Roberto Colaninno arrives at Clerici Palace in downtown Milan
CAI consortium Chairman Roberto Colaninno arrives at Clerici Palace in downtown Milan, September 18, 2008. Italian consortium CAI confirmed on Thursday that it had withdrawn its offer to buy Alitalia, giving the special administrator no apparent choice but to liquidate the airline. The group of Italian investors decided unanimously to pull out in the face of union opposition over the job cuts involved in their proposed rescue plan. REUTERS/Stefano Rellandini (ITALY)
ALITALIA/UNIONS
RTX8EIQ
September 04, 2008
The head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors, Piaggio CEO Roberto Colaninno (L), and the man...
Rome, Italy
The head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors, Piaggio CEO Colannino and the man expected to...
The head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors, Piaggio CEO Roberto Colaninno (L), and the man expected to become Alitalia's next CEO, Rocco Sabelli, attend a meeting with the airline's unions in Rome September 4, 2008. Alitalia's bankruptcy commissioner gave the carrier's powerful unions a one-week deadline to get on board with its latest rescue plan, as the two sides met for another round of talks to win labour backing for the deal. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ALITALIA/UNIONS
RTX8EIM
September 04, 2008
The head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors, Piaggio CEO Roberto Colaninno (L) and the man...
Rome, Italy
Piaggio CEO Colannino and the man expected to become Alitalia's CEO, Sabelli, talk with Italy's Cabinet...
The head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors, Piaggio CEO Roberto Colaninno (L) and the man expected to become Alitalia's CEO, Rocco Sabelli, talk with Italy's Cabinet Undersecretary Gianni Letta as they attend a meeting with the airline's unions in Rome September 4, 2008. Alitalia's bankruptcy commissioner gave the carrier's powerful unions a one-week deadline to get on board with its latest rescue plan, as the two sides met for another round of talks to win labour backing for the deal. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
ALITALIA/UNIONS
RTX8EI9
September 04, 2008
The head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors, Piaggio CEO Roberto Colaninno (L), and the man...
Rome, Italy
The head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors, Piaggio CEO Colannino and the man expected to...
The head of Alitalia's Italian consortium of investors, Piaggio CEO Roberto Colaninno (L), and the man expected to become Alitalia's next CEO, Rocco Sabelli, attend a meeting with the airline's unions in Rome September 4, 2008. Alitalia's bankruptcy commissioner gave the carrier's powerful unions a one-week deadline to get on board with its latest rescue plan, as the two sides met for another round of talks to win labour backing for the deal. REUTERS/Tony Gentile (ITALY)
PIAGGIO INDIA/
RTR1W4NP
January 22, 2008
Piaggio Group Chairman Roberto Colaninno (L) and Ravi Chopra (R), Managing Director of Piaggio India,...
Mumbai, India
Piaggio Group Chairman Colaninno and managing director of Piaggio India Chopra pose with scooter before...
Piaggio Group Chairman Roberto Colaninno (L) and Ravi Chopra (R), Managing Director of Piaggio India, pose with Piaggio scooter 'Vespa', before a news conference in Mumbai January 22, 2008. Piaggio will step up production in India and launch scooters in a market that is set to play a greater role in the Italian firm's global operations, its chief executive said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA)
PIAGGIO INDIA/
RTR1W4MZ
January 22, 2008
Piaggio Group Chairman Roberto Colaninno (R) and Ravi Chopra, managing director of Piaggio India, pose...
Mumbai, India
Piaggio Group Chairman Colaninno and managing director of Piaggio India Chopra pose before a news conference...
Piaggio Group Chairman Roberto Colaninno (R) and Ravi Chopra, managing director of Piaggio India, pose before a news conference in Mumbai January 22, 2008. Piaggio will step up production in India and launch scooters in a market that is set to play a greater role in the Italian firm's global operations, its chief executive said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA)
PIAGGIO INDIA/
RTR1W4MD
January 22, 2008
Piaggio Group Chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference in Mumbai January 22, 2008. Piaggio...
Mumbai, India
Piaggio Group Chairman Colaninno attends a news conference in Mumbai
Piaggio Group Chairman Roberto Colaninno attends a news conference in Mumbai January 22, 2008. Piaggio will step up production in India and launch scooters in a market that is set to play a greater role in the Italian firm's global operations, its chief executive said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe (INDIA)
PIAGGIO-SALES/
RTR1S8EJ
July 25, 2007
Piaggio's Chairman Roberto Colaninno poses at the Piaggio factory in Pontedera July 25, 2007. Italian...
Pontedera, Italy
Piaggio's Chairman Colaninno poses at the Piaggio factory in Pontedera
Piaggio's Chairman Roberto Colaninno poses at the Piaggio factory in Pontedera July 25, 2007. Italian scooter maker Piaggio <PIA.MI> increased sales 7.2 percent in the first half to 968 million euros ($1.3 billion), it said in a statement on Wednesday after Colaninno gave the figure at a new model presentation. REUTERS/Marco Bucco (ITALY)
PIAGGIO-SALES/
RTR1S8E7
July 25, 2007
Piaggio's chairman Roberto Colaninno poses on the new Vespa S model at the Piaggio factory in Pontedera...
Pontedera, Italy
Piaggio's chairman Colaninno poses on the new Vespa S model at the Piaggio factory in Pontedera
Piaggio's chairman Roberto Colaninno poses on the new Vespa S model at the Piaggio factory in Pontedera July 25, 2007. Italian scooter maker Piaggio increased sales 7.2 percent in the first half to 968 million euros ($1.3 billion), it said in a statement on Wednesday after Colaninno gave the figure at a new model presentation. REUTERS/Marco Bucco (ITALY)
ITALY
RTR1CUVA
April 27, 2006
Piaggio's President Roberto Colaninno poses near the new Vespa LXV during the celebrations for the 60th...
Pontedera, Italy
Piaggio's President Colaninno poses near a new model Vespa LXV in Pontedera
Piaggio's President Roberto Colaninno poses near the new Vespa LXV during the celebrations for the 60th anniversary of the Vespa motorscooter at the Piaggio Museum in Pontedera, near Pisa, northern Italy April 27, 2006. REUTERS/ Alessandro Bianchi
ITALY
RTR1CUV8
April 27, 2006
Piaggio's President Roberto Colaninno looks on during the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the...
Pontedera, Italy
Piaggio's President Colaninno looks on during the celebrations of 60th anniversary of motorscooter Vespa...
Piaggio's President Roberto Colaninno looks on during the celebrations of the 60th anniversary of the Vespa motoscooter at the Piaggio Museum in Pontedera, near Pisa, northern Italy April 27, 2006. REUTERS/ Alessandro Bianchi
SPAIN
RTRUH1K
May 09, 2005
Spanish King Juan Carlos, Aprilia's Brand Manager Leo F.Mercanti and Piaggio's President Roberto Colaninno...
Barcelona, Spain
Spanish King Juan Carlos, Aprilia's Brand Manager Leo F.Mercanti and Piaggio's President Roberto ...
Spanish King Juan Carlos, Aprilia's Brand Manager Leo F.Mercanti and Piaggio's President Roberto Colaninno look at a racing motorbike during a visit at Derbi factory in Barcelona. Spanish King Juan Carlos (C), Aprilia's Brand Manager Leo F.Mercanti (R) and Piaggio's President Roberto Colaninno (L) look at a racing motorbike during a visit at Derbi factory in Martorelles, near Barcelona, Spain May 9, 2005. Derbi was bought by Piaggio Group on December 2004. REUTERS/ Albert Gea
ITALY
RTR4LNE
March 10, 2005
Colaninno, president of Piaggio Group, is reflected in rear-view mirror of the new Vespa at a presentation...
Rome, Italy
Colaninno, president of Piaggio Group, is reflected in rear-view mirror of the new Vespa at a ...
Colaninno, president of Piaggio Group, is reflected in rear-view mirror of the new Vespa at a presentation ceremony in central Rome. Roberto Colaninno, president of the Piaggio Group, is reflected in the rear-view mirror of the new Vespa at a presentation ceremony in central Rome March 10, 2005. Piaggio, the company that invented the Vespa, is hoping that the 139th model of the scooter will be a big hit on the streets of Europe as well as in Asia and the United States. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
COLANINNO
RTXJ60N
September 02, 1999
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno pauses during a news conference in Rome September 2. Colaninno...
Rome, Italy (Italian Republic)
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno pauses during a news conference in Rome September 2. Colan.....
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno pauses during a news conference in Rome September 2. Colaninno said the 13,000 job losses the company planned in coming years included those going into retirement. After outlining Telecoms future strategy to unions and government, Colaninno had said 13,000 jobs would be cut over three years, part of a plan to reduce costs by 4.5 trillion lire ($ 2.5 billion).
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COLANINNO
RTXJ60I
September 02, 1999
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno gestures during a news conference in Rome September 2. Colaninno...
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno gestures during a news conference in Rome September 2. Col.....
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno gestures during a news conference in Rome September 2. Colaninno said the 13,000 job losses the company planned in coming years included those going into retirement. After outlining Telecoms future strategy to unions and government, Colaninno said 13,000 jobs would be cut over three years, part of a plan to reduce costs by 4.5 trillion lire ($2.5 billion).
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TELECOMS  ITALY
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September 02, 1999
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno pauses during a news conference in Rome September 2. Colaninno...
Rome, Italy (Italian Republic)
TELECOM ITALIA BOSS ROBERTO COLANINNO DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN ROME.
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno pauses during a news conference in Rome September 2. Colaninno said the 13,000 job losses the company planned in coming years included those going into retirement. After outlining Telecoms future strategy to unions and government, Colaninno had said 13,000 jobs would be cut over three years, part of a plan to reduce costs by 4.5 trillion lire ( $2.5 billion).

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TELECOMS  ITALY
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September 02, 1999
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno gestures during a news conference in Rome September 2. Colaninno...
Rome, Italy (Italian Republic)
TELECOM ITALIA BOSS ROBERTO COLANINNO GESTURES DURING A NEWS CONFERENCE IN ROME.
New Telecom Italia boss Roberto Colaninno gestures during a news conference in Rome September 2. Colaninno said the 13,000 job losses the company planned in coming years included those going into retirement. After outlining Telecoms future strategy to unions and government, Colaninno had said 13,000 jobs would be cut over three years, part of a plan to reduce costs by 4.5 trillion lire ( $2.5 billion).

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ITALY TELECOM
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May 21, 1999
FILE PHOTO 18MAR99 - Roberto Colaninno, Olivetti's Managing Director, speaks on his phone in London....
London, UK
ROBERTO COLANINNO HEAD OF TELECOM ITALIA SPEAKS ON HIS PHONE IN LONDON.
FILE PHOTO 18MAR99 - Roberto Colaninno, Olivetti's Managing Director, speaks on his phone in London. Italy's Olivetti on Friday won a stake of over 50 percent in Telecom Italia after a three-month takeover battle, handing it majority control over Europe's fourth largest telecoms group. Colaninno had said he would automatically accept a 67 percent or higher stake in Telecom, but had cautiously reserved the right to accept a lower stake so long as he could assure effective control.

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ITALY TELECOM
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March 18, 1999
Roberto Colaninno, chief executive officer of Olivetti, speaks on his phone in London, March 18. Colaninno...
London, UK
ROBERTO COLANINNO HEAD OF TELECOM ITALIA SPEAKS ON HIS PHONE IN LONDON.
Roberto Colaninno, chief executive officer of Olivetti, speaks on his phone in London, March 18. Colaninno gave a presentation to analysts on Olivetti's proposed takeover of Telecom Italia.

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DOMESTIC POLITICS
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February 25, 1999
Olivetti Managing Director Roberto Colaninno leaves a late night meeting February 25 after Olivetti relaunched...
Milano, Italy
OLIVETTI'S MANAGING DIRECTOR ROBERTO COLANINNO LEAVES LATE NIGHT MEETING.
Olivetti Managing Director Roberto Colaninno leaves a late night meeting February 25 after Olivetti relaunched a hostile bid for giant rival Telecom Italia following a desperate legal battle over the small print in its $58 billion bid to win control of Telecom Italia. In a statement which had to be cleared in the early hours with bourse regulator Consob, Olivetti said it had left its part-paper offer for Telecom unchanged at 10 euros per share but took steps to bolster the bid previously dismissed as too vague.

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