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TIMEINC-DIVESTITURE/
RTR3SY48
June 09, 2014
A sign is seen outside the Time-Life building in Manhattan, New York June 9, 2014. Time Inc. announced...
New York, UNITED STATES
A sign is seen outside the Time-Life building in Manhattan, New York
A sign is seen outside the Time-Life building in Manhattan, New York June 9, 2014. Time Inc. announced last week that it will move out of the Time-Life building. Time Inc, the magazine company that is home to People, Sports Illustrated and Time, saw its shares fall lower on the New York Stock Exchange on June 9 in its first trading session following a spinoff from its parent, Time Warner Inc. The move to break off comes as magazines are beset by declining circulation and advertising revenue as consumers shift to reading on smartphones and tablets. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
TIMEINC-DIVESTITURE/
RTR3SY40
June 09, 2014
The Time Life building is seen in Manhattan, New York June 9, 2014. Time Inc. announced last week that...
New York, UNITED STATES
The Time Life building is seen in Manhattan, New York
The Time Life building is seen in Manhattan, New York June 9, 2014. Time Inc. announced last week that it will move out of the Time-Life building. Time Inc, the magazine company that is home to People, Sports Illustrated and Time, saw its shares fall lower on the New York Stock Exchange on June 9 in its first trading session following a spinoff from its parent, Time Warner Inc. The move to break off comes as magazines are beset by declining circulation and advertising revenue as consumers shift to reading on smartphones and tablets. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
TIMEINC-DIVESTITURE/
RTR3SY3D
June 09, 2014
Pedestrians walk past the Time-Life building in Manhattan, New York June 9, 2014. Time Inc, the magazine...
New York, UNITED STATES
Pedestrians walk past the Time-Life building in Manhattan, New York
Pedestrians walk past the Time-Life building in Manhattan, New York June 9, 2014. Time Inc, the magazine company that is home to People, Sports Illustrated and Time, saw its shares fall lower on the New York Stock Exchange on June 9 in its first trading session following a spinoff from its parent, Time Warner Inc. The move to break off comes as magazines are beset by declining circulation and advertising revenue as consumers shift to reading on smartphones and tablets. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
TIMEINC-DIVESTITURE/
RTR3SY3C
June 09, 2014
Pedestrians walk past the Time-Life building in Manhattan, New York June 9, 2014. Time Inc. announced...
New York, UNITED STATES
Pedestrians walk past the Time-Life building in Manhattan, New York
Pedestrians walk past the Time-Life building in Manhattan, New York June 9, 2014. Time Inc. announced last week that it will move out of the Time-Life building. Time Inc, the magazine company that is home to People, Sports Illustrated and Time, saw its shares fall lower on the New York Stock Exchange on June 9 in its first trading session following a spinoff from its parent, Time Warner Inc. The move to break off comes as magazines are beset by declining circulation and advertising revenue as consumers shift to reading on smartphones and tablets. REUTERS/Andrew Kelly (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
RETAIL-CONSUMER/CHECKOUTS
RTX15URU
November 27, 2013
A zoomed image of a computer monitor shows a website selling button clipart for online shops in Vienna...
Vienna, Austria
A zoomed image of a computer monitor shows a website selling button clipart for online shops in Vienna...
A zoomed image of a computer monitor shows a website selling button clipart for online shops in Vienna November 27, 2013. For consumers, one of the great things about shopping online is bypassing the queue to check out. For producers of the candy, magazines and drinks often sold there, it's a problem. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
RETAIL-CONSUMER/CHECKOUTS
RTX15URS
November 27, 2013
A zoomed image of a computer monitor shows a website selling button clipart for online shops in Vienna...
Vienna, Austria
A zoomed image of a computer monitor shows a website selling button clipart for online shops in Vienna...
A zoomed image of a computer monitor shows a website selling button clipart for online shops in Vienna November 27, 2013. For consumers, one of the great things about shopping online is bypassing the queue to check out. For producers of the candy, magazines and drinks often sold there, it's a problem. REUTERS/Heinz-Peter Bader (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
HORSEMEAT/BUTCHERS
RTR3DVFY
February 16, 2013
A man shops at a supermarket in London February 16, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they...
London, United Kingdom
A man shops at a supermarket in London
A man shops at a supermarket in London February 16, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
HORSEMEAT/BUTCHERS
RTR3DVFT
February 16, 2013
People shop at a supermarket in London February 16, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they...
London, United Kingdom
People shop at a supermarket in London
People shop at a supermarket in London February 16, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine.
REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUTG
February 16, 2013
Attendees listen as they are taught how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers...
London, United Kingdom
Attendees listen as they are taught how to butcher lamb during a class run by The Ginger Pig butchers...
Attendees listen as they are taught how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUTF
February 16, 2013
Perry Bartlet (2nd L) teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in...
London, United Kingdom
Perry Bartlet teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by The Ginger Pig in London
Perry Bartlet (2nd L) teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUTD
February 16, 2013
Perry Bartlet (L) teaches how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in...
London, United Kingdom
Perry Bartlet teaches how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London...
Perry Bartlet (L) teaches how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUTC
February 16, 2013
Perry Bartlet (L) teaches how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in...
London, United Kingdom
Perry Bartlet teaches how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London...
Perry Bartlet (L) teaches how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUTB
February 16, 2013
Simon Dickens holds up a lamb carcass during a butchery class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in...
London, United Kingdom
Dickens holds up a lamb carcass during a butchery class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London...
Simon Dickens holds up a lamb carcass during a butchery class run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUT7
February 16, 2013
Perry Bartlet (C) teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London...
London, United Kingdom
Perry Bartlet teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by The Ginger Pig in London
Perry Bartlet (C) teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUT5
February 16, 2013
Perry Bartlet (C) teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London...
London, United Kingdom
Perry Bartlet teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by The Ginger Pig in London
Perry Bartlet (C) teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUT4
February 16, 2013
Attendees eat a meal of lamb and potatoes during a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig"...
London, United Kingdom
Attendees eat a meal of lamb and potatoes during a class on how to butcher lamb run by The Ginger Pig...
Attendees eat a meal of lamb and potatoes during a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUT3
February 16, 2013
Borut Kozelj teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butcher shop in London February...
London, United Kingdom
Borut Kozelj teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by The Ginger Pig in London
Borut Kozelj teaches a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butcher shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUT0
February 16, 2013
Perry Bartlet (C) teaches a group how to butcher lamb during a class run by a butcher shop called "The...
London, United Kingdom
Perry Bartlet teaches how to butcher lamb during a class run by The Ginger Pig in London
Perry Bartlet (C) teaches a group how to butcher lamb during a class run by a butcher shop called "The Ginger Pig", in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUSZ
February 16, 2013
People attend a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February...
London, United Kingdom
People attend a class on how to butcher lamb run by The Ginger Pig butchers shop in London
People attend a class on how to butcher lamb run by "The Ginger Pig" butchers shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
HORSEMEAT-BUTCHERS/
RTR3DUSY
February 16, 2013
Borut Kozelj teaches a class on how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butcher shop...
London, United Kingdom
Borut Kozelj teaches a class on how to butcher lamb during a class run by The Ginger Pig in London
Borut Kozelj teaches a class on how to butcher lamb during a class run by "The Ginger Pig" butcher shop in London February 15, 2013. Nearly half of British consumers said they would avoid buying meat from supermarkets affected by the horsemeat scandal, according to a survey this month for Retail Week magazine. REUTERS/Paul Hackett (BRITAIN - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS SOCIETY)
CHINA-ECONOMY/CPI
RTR3CB3L
January 11, 2013
A vendor selling pork reads a magazine as she waits for customers at a market in Beijing, January 11,...
Beijing, China
A vendor selling pork reads a magazine as she waits for customers at a market in Beijing
A vendor selling pork reads a magazine as she waits for customers at a market in Beijing, January 11, 2013. China's annual consumer price inflation was 2.5 percent in December, firming from November's 2.0 percent, data from the National Bureau of Statistics showed on Friday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD)
CES/
RTR3C96B
January 09, 2013
An employee hands out magazines to attendees on the second day of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES)...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
An employee hands out magazines to attendees on the second day of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las...
An employee hands out magazines to attendees on the second day of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas January 9, 2013. REUTERS/Rick Wilking (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
USA-MEDIA/MAGIC
RTR34720
June 26, 2012
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012....
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012. Since February 2011, when the former basketball player teamed with billionaire investor Ron Burkle's Yucaipa fund to buy urban music and lifestlyle magazine "Vibe" and the fabled TV show "Soul Train," the 52-year-old has built a media empire aimed at African-American consumers. Today, with partners, Johnson owns 20 radio stations, including WBLS, New York's top-rated African-American station and for years a top-10 station. Picture taken June 25, 2012. To match Interview USA-MEDIA/MAGIC REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SPORT BASKETBALL BUSINESS)
USA-MEDIA/MAGIC
RTR3471Y
June 26, 2012
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012....
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012. Since February 2011, when the former basketball player teamed with billionaire investor Ron Burkle's Yucaipa fund to buy urban music and lifestlyle magazine "Vibe" and the fabled TV show "Soul Train," the 52-year-old has built a media empire aimed at African-American consumers. Today, with partners, Johnson owns 20 radio stations, including WBLS, New York's top-rated African-American station and for years a top-10 station. Picture taken June 25, 2012. To match Interview USA-MEDIA/MAGIC REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SPORT BASKETBALL BUSINESS)
USA-MEDIA/MAGIC
RTR3471X
June 26, 2012
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012....
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012. Since February 2011, when the former basketball player teamed with billionaire investor Ron Burkle's Yucaipa fund to buy urban music and lifestlyle magazine "Vibe" and the fabled TV show "Soul Train," the 52-year-old has built a media empire aimed at African-American consumers. Today, with partners, Johnson owns 20 radio stations, including WBLS, New York's top-rated African-American station and for years a top-10 station. Picture taken June 25, 2012. To match Interview USA-MEDIA/MAGIC REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SPORT BASKETBALL BUSINESS)
USA-MEDIA/MAGIC
RTR3471V
June 26, 2012
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012....
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012. Since February 2011, when the former basketball player teamed with billionaire investor Ron Burkle's Yucaipa fund to buy urban music and lifestlyle magazine "Vibe" and the fabled TV show "Soul Train," the 52-year-old has built a media empire aimed at African-American consumers. Today, with partners, Johnson owns 20 radio stations, including WBLS, New York's top-rated African-American station and for years a top-10 station. Picture taken June 25, 2012. To match Interview USA-MEDIA/MAGIC REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SPORT BASKETBALL BUSINESS)
USA-MEDIA/MAGIC
RTR3471S
June 26, 2012
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012....
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012. Since February 2011, when the former basketball player teamed with billionaire investor Ron Burkle's Yucaipa fund to buy urban music and lifestlyle magazine "Vibe" and the fabled TV show "Soul Train," the 52-year-old has built a media empire aimed at African-American consumers. Today, with partners, Johnson owns 20 radio stations, including WBLS, New York's top-rated African-American station and for years a top-10 station. Picture taken June 25, 2012. To match Interview USA-MEDIA/MAGIC REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS SPORT BASKETBALL)
USA-MEDIA/MAGIC
RTR3471Q
June 26, 2012
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012....
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012. Since February 2011, when the former basketball player teamed with billionaire investor Ron Burkle's Yucaipa fund to buy urban music and lifestlyle magazine "Vibe" and the fabled TV show "Soul Train," the 52-year-old has built a media empire aimed at African-American consumers. Today, with partners, Johnson owns 20 radio stations, including WBLS, New York's top-rated African-American station and for years a top-10 station. Picture taken June 25, 2012. To match Interview USA-MEDIA/MAGIC REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA SPORT BASKETBALL)
USA-MEDIA/MAGIC
RTR3471F
June 26, 2012
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012....
Beverly Hills, UNITED STATES
Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills
Earvin "Magic" Johnson poses for a portrait at his offices in Beverly Hills, California, June 25, 2012. Since February 2011, when the former basketball player teamed with billionaire investor Ron Burkle's Yucaipa fund to buy urban music and lifestlyle magazine "Vibe" and the fabled TV show "Soul Train," the 52-year-old has built a media empire aimed at African-American consumers. Today, with partners, Johnson owns 20 radio stations, including WBLS, New York's top-rated African-American station and for years a top-10 station. Picture taken June 25, 2012. To match Interview USA-MEDIA/MAGIC REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT MEDIA BUSINESS SPORT BASKETBALL)
DOMINICAN/
RTR2PT80
August 11, 2011
A Haitian garbage picker browses through an issue of National Geographic as he rests after collecting...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
A Haitian garbage picker browses through an issue of National Geographic in Santo Domingo
A Haitian garbage picker browses through an issue of National Geographic as he rests after collecting recyclable materials at La Duquesa garbage dump in Santo Domingo August 10, 2011. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags : - Tags: MEDIA SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/ECONOMY
RTR2O5DA
June 27, 2011
Clothes are displayed for sale at a Nguyen Tam Foci Garment shop in Hanoi June 23, 2011. Vietnam's inflation-fighting...
Hanoi, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM/ECONOMY
Clothes are displayed for sale at a Nguyen Tam Foci Garment shop in Hanoi June 23, 2011. Vietnam's inflation-fighting regimen may yet keep the economy from capsizing, but it is pushing already disadvantaged small and mid-sized businesses to the wall. Just ask Ngo Thi Bau, general director of Nguyen Tam Foci Garment Co Ltd, dubbed one of Vietnam's 100 strongest brands by a leading consumer magazine. Bau has had to let go of 60 percent of her Ho Chi Minh City-based firm's 400 workers so far this year in the face of relentlessly rising consumer prices and sky-high interest rates that have made it impossible to keep up wages. Picture taken June 23, 2011. To match feature VIETNAM/ECONOMY REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS)
VIETNAM/ECONOMY
RTR2O5D5
June 27, 2011
Clothes are displayed for sale at a Nguyen Tam Foci Garment shop in Hanoi June 23, 2011. Vietnam's inflation-fighting...
Hanoi, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM/ECONOMY
Clothes are displayed for sale at a Nguyen Tam Foci Garment shop in Hanoi June 23, 2011. Vietnam's inflation-fighting regimen may yet keep the economy from capsizing, but it is pushing already disadvantaged small and mid-sized businesses to the wall. Just ask Ngo Thi Bau, general director of Nguyen Tam Foci Garment Co Ltd, dubbed one of Vietnam's 100 strongest brands by a leading consumer magazine. Bau has had to let go of 60 percent of her Ho Chi Minh City-based firm's 400 workers so far this year in the face of relentlessly rising consumer prices and sky-high interest rates that have made it impossible to keep up wages. Picture taken June 23, 2011. To match feature VIETNAM/ECONOMY REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS)
VIETNAM/ECONOMY
RTR2O5D2
June 27, 2011
A woman looks at clothes hang for sale at a Nguyen Tam Foci Garment shop in Hanoi June 23, 2011. Vietnam's...
Hanoi, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM/ECONOMY
A woman looks at clothes hang for sale at a Nguyen Tam Foci Garment shop in Hanoi June 23, 2011. Vietnam's inflation-fighting regimen may yet keep the economy from capsizing, but it is pushing already disadvantaged small and mid-sized businesses to the wall. Just ask Ngo Thi Bau, general director of Nguyen Tam Foci Garment Co Ltd, dubbed one of Vietnam's 100 strongest brands by a leading consumer magazine. Bau has had to let go of 60 percent of her Ho Chi Minh City-based firm's 400 workers so far this year in the face of relentlessly rising consumer prices and sky-high interest rates that have made it impossible to keep up wages. Picture taken June 23, 2011. To match feature VIETNAM/ECONOMY REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS)
VIETNAM/ECONOMY
RTR2O5CZ
June 27, 2011
Residents ride past a Nguyen Tam Foci Garment shop in Hanoi June 23, 2011. Vietnam's inflation-fighting...
Hanoi, Vietnam
To match feature VIETNAM/ECONOMY
Residents ride past a Nguyen Tam Foci Garment shop in Hanoi June 23, 2011. Vietnam's inflation-fighting regimen may yet keep the economy from capsizing, but it is pushing already disadvantaged small and mid-sized businesses to the wall. Just ask Ngo Thi Bau, general director of Nguyen Tam Foci Garment Co Ltd, dubbed one of Vietnam's 100 strongest brands by a leading consumer magazine. Bau has had to let go of 60 percent of her Ho Chi Minh City-based firm's 400 workers so far this year in the face of relentlessly rising consumer prices and sky-high interest rates that have made it impossible to keep up wages. Picture taken June 23, 2011. To match feature VIETNAM/ECONOMY REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR2M9SN
May 11, 2011
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos (L) gestures to an attendee at the Consumer...
Yonkers, UNITED STATES
Amazon.com President, CEO and Chairman Bezos gestures to an attendee at the Consumer Reports headquarters...
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos (L) gestures to an attendee at the Consumer Reports headquarters in Yonkers, New York, May 11, 2011. Bezos was taking part in Consumer Reports' "ShopSmart", a summit on tips, scams and deals from Consumer Reports Magazine. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR2M9RY
May 11, 2011
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos speaks with employers and attendees...
Yonkers, UNITED STATES
Amazon.com President, CEO and Chairman Bezos speaks at the Consumer Reports headquarters in Yonkers
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos speaks with employers and attendees at the Consumer Reports headquarters in Yonkers, New York, May 11, 2011. Bezos was taking part in Consumer Reports' "ShopSmart", a summit on tips, scams and deals from Consumer Reports Magazine. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR2M9RV
May 11, 2011
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos answers questions at the Consumer Reports...
Yonkers, UNITED STATES
Amazon.com President, CEO and Chairman Bezos answers questions at the Consumer Reports headquarters...
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos answers questions at the Consumer Reports headquarters in Yonkers, New York, May 11, 2011. Bezos was taking part in Consumer Reports' "ShopSmart", a summit on tips, scams and deals from Consumer Reports Magazine. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
USA/
RTR2M9RT
May 11, 2011
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos answers a question at the Consumer...
Yonkers, UNITED STATES
Amazon.com President, CEO and Chairman Bezos answers a question at the Consumer Reports headquarters...
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos answers a question at the Consumer Reports headquarters in Yonkers, New York, May 11, 2011. Bezos was taking part in Consumer Reports' "ShopSmart", a summit on tips, scams and deals from Consumer Reports Magazine. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR2M9RL
May 11, 2011
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos answers a question at the Consumer...
Yonkers, UNITED STATES
Amazon.com President, CEO and Chairman Bezos answers a question at the Consumer Reports headquarters...
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos answers a question at the Consumer Reports headquarters in Yonkers, New York, May 11, 2011. Bezos was taking part in Consumer Reports' "ShopSmart", a summit on tips, scams and deals from Consumer Reports Magazine. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR2M9RF
May 11, 2011
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos laughs as he answers a question at...
Yonkers, UNITED STATES
Amazon.com President, CEO and Chairman Bezos laughs as he answers a question at the Consumer Reports...
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos laughs as he answers a question at the Consumer Reports headquarters in Yonkers, New York, May 11, 2011. Bezos was taking part in Consumer Reports' "ShopSmart", a summit on tips, scams and deals from Consumer Reports Magazine. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR2M9R5
May 11, 2011
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos speaks at the Consumer Reports headquarters...
Yonkers, UNITED STATES
Amazon.com President, CEO and Chairman Bezos speaks at the Consumer Reports headquarters in Yonkers
Amazon.com President, Chief Executive and Chairman Jeffrey Bezos speaks at the Consumer Reports headquarters in Yonkers, New York, May 11, 2011. Bezos was taking part in Consumer Reports' "ShopSmart", a summit on tips, scams and deals from Consumer Reports Magazine. REUTERS/Mike Segar (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
GREECE-GERMANY/BOYCOTT
RTR2B4HC
March 02, 2010
A protester distributes leaflets outside an electronics shop in Athens, March 2, 2010. Greece's oldest...
Athens, Greece
A protester distributes leaflets outside an electronics shop in Athens
A protester distributes leaflets outside an electronics shop in Athens, March 2, 2010. Greece's oldest consumer group called for a boycott of German products and stores to protest a magazine cover of Venus de Milo making an obsence finger gesture which has infuriated Greeks. REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
GREECE-GERMANY/BOYCOTT
RTR2B4H7
March 02, 2010
Protesters hold a banner depicting a magazine cover as they distribute leaflets outside an electronics...
Athens, Greece
Protesters hold a banner depicting a magazine cover as they distribute leaflets outside an electronics...
Protesters hold a banner depicting a magazine cover as they distribute leaflets outside an electronics shop in Athens, March 2, 2010. Greece's oldest consumer group called for a boycott of German products and stores to protest a magazine cover of Venus de Milo making an obsence finger gesture which has infuriated Greeks. The words next to Venus de Milo in the magazine read "Fraud in the Euro Family." REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
GREECE-GERMANY/BOYCOTT
RTR2B4GX
March 02, 2010
A woman holds leaflets outside an electronics shop in Athens, March 2, 2010. Greece's oldest consumer...
Athens, Greece
A woman holds leaflets outside an electronics shop in Athens
A woman holds leaflets outside an electronics shop in Athens, March 2, 2010. Greece's oldest consumer group called for a boycott of German products and stores to protest a magazine cover of Venus de Milo making an obsence finger gesture which has infuriated Greeks. The words next to Venus de Milo in the magazine read "Fraud in the Euro Family." REUTERS/Yiorgos Karahalis (GREECE - Tags: CIVIL UNREST BUSINESS POLITICS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR28NH2
January 08, 2010
A vendor jumps off from the back of a truck carrying scallions at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A vendor jumps off from the back of a car carrying scallions in Beijing
A vendor jumps off from the back of a truck carrying scallions at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8, 2010. China is unlikely to face serious inflationary pressure this year because supply-and-demand conditions for consumer goods are balanced and money growth is in the process of being normalised, government researchers said in the latest issue of an official magazine. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR28NGF
January 08, 2010
A vendor carries a bag of cabbages from a truck at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8,...
Beijing, China
A vendor carries a bag of cabbages at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing
A vendor carries a bag of cabbages from a truck at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8, 2010. China is unlikely to face serious inflationary pressure this year because supply-and-demand conditions for consumer goods are balanced and money growth is in the process of being normalised, government researchers said in the latest issue of an official magazine. REUTERS/Jason Lee(CHINAAGRICULTURE - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD) SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR28NG0
January 08, 2010
A man carries a bag of cabbages into a car at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8, 2010....
Beijing, China
A man carries a bag of cabbages into a car in Beijing
A man carries a bag of cabbages into a car at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8, 2010. China is unlikely to face serious inflationary pressure this year because supply-and-demand conditions for consumer goods are balanced and money growth is in the process of being normalised, government researchers said in the latest issue of an official magazine. REUTERS/Jason Lee(CHINA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR28NFX
January 08, 2010
A woman puts a bag of cabbages on the scale for weighing at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January...
Beijing, China
A woman carries a bag of cabbages at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing
A woman puts a bag of cabbages on the scale for weighing at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8, 2010. China is unlikely to face serious inflationary pressure this year because supply-and-demand conditions for consumer goods are balanced and money growth is in the process of being normalised, government researchers said in the latest issue of an official magazine. REUTERS/Jason Lee(CHINA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR28NFV
January 08, 2010
A woman carries a bag of cabbages at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8, 2010. China is...
Beijing, China
A woman carries a bag of cabbages at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing
A woman carries a bag of cabbages at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8, 2010. China is unlikely to face serious inflationary pressure this year because supply-and-demand conditions for consumer goods are balanced and money growth is in the process of being normalised, government researchers said in the latest issue of an official magazine. REUTERS/Jason Lee(CHINA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS)
CHINA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR28NFU
January 08, 2010
A vendor carries a bag of cabbages from a truck at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8,...
Beijing, China
A vendor carries a bag of cabbages from a truck at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing
A vendor carries a bag of cabbages from a truck at a vegetable wholesale market in Beijing January 8, 2010. China is unlikely to face serious inflationary pressure this year because supply-and-demand conditions for consumer goods are balanced and money growth is in the process of being normalised, government researchers said in the latest issue of an official magazine. REUTERS/Jason Lee(CHINA - Tags: AGRICULTURE BUSINESS SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/RICH
RTR20FU2
July 23, 2008
Consumers walk along Oscar Freire street, Sao Paulo's version of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
To match feature BRAZIL-ECONOMY/RICH
Consumers walk along Oscar Freire street, Sao Paulo's version of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, in Sao Paulo July 22, 2008. Thanks largely to a commodities and credit boom, Brazil is seeing a burst of economic growth that is lifting millions out of poverty in a country long known for its stark inequality. Brazil's billionaire club is also growing at an unprecedented pace. According to a survey by local business magazine Exame, at least 14 Brazilians became billionaires last year, almost a five-fold increase over 2006. To match feature BRAZIL-ECONOMY/RICH REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-ECONOMY/RICH
RTR20FU1
July 23, 2008
Consumers walk along Oscar Freire street, Sao Paulo's version of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
To match feature BRAZIL-ECONOMY/RICH
Consumers walk along Oscar Freire street, Sao Paulo's version of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, in Sao Paulo July 22, 2008. Thanks largely to a commodities and credit boom, Brazil is seeing a burst of economic growth that is lifting millions out of poverty in a country long known for its stark inequality. Brazil's billionaire club is also growing at an unprecedented pace. According to a survey by local business magazine Exame, at least 14 Brazilians became billionaires last year, almost a five-fold increase over 2006. To match feature BRAZIL-ECONOMY/RICH REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL-ECOOMY/RICH
RTR20FU0
July 23, 2008
Consumers walk along Oscar Freire street, Sao Paulo's version of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
To match feature BRAZIL-ECONOMY/RICH
Consumers walk along Oscar Freire street, Sao Paulo's version of Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, in Sao Paulo July 22, 2008. Thanks largely to a commodities and credit boom, Brazil is seeing a burst of economic growth that is lifting millions out of poverty in a country long known for its stark inequality. Brazil's billionaire club is also growing at an unprecedented pace. According to a survey by local business magazine Exame, at least 14 Brazilians became billionaires last year, almost a five-fold increase over 2006. To match feature BRAZIL-ECONOMY/RICH REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL)
LAGARDERE/
RTR1Y7EW
March 12, 2008
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Paris, France
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle and Paris Match, attends a news conference to announce 2007 earnings in Paris March 12, 2008. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
LAGARDERE/
RTR1Y7EU
March 12, 2008
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Paris, France
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle and Paris Match, attends a news conference to announce 2007 earnings in Paris March 12, 2008. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
LAGARDERE/
RTR1Y7ET
March 12, 2008
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Paris, France
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle and Paris Match, attends a news conference to announce 2007 earnings in Paris March 12, 2008. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
LAGARDERE/
RTR1Y7EP
March 12, 2008
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Paris, France
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle and Paris Match, attends a news conference to announce 2007 earnings in Paris March 12, 2008. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
LAGARDERE/
RTR1Y7EN
March 12, 2008
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Paris, France
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle and Paris Match, attends a news conference to announce 2007 earnings in Paris March 12, 2008. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
LAGARDERE/
RTR1Y7EL
March 12, 2008
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Paris, France
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle and Paris Match, attends a news conference to announce 2007 earnings in Paris March 12, 2008. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
LAGARDERE/
RTR1Y7EJ
March 12, 2008
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Paris, France
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle...
Arnaud Lagardere, CEO of Lagardere, the world's biggest publisher of consumer magazines such as Elle and Paris Match, attends a news conference to announce 2007 earnings in Paris March 12, 2008. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE)
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