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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3P5OY 
December 13, 2021 
A laptop screen shows an information on NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking website, in Keele, Britain,... 
KEELE, United Kingdom 
Photo illustration of a laptop screen shows information on NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking website 
A laptop screen shows an information on NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking website, in Keele, Britain, December 13, 2021. REUTERS/Carl Recine/Illustration 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3P5MA 
December 13, 2021 
A laptop screen shows an information on NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking website, in Keele, Britain,... 
KEELE, United Kingdom 
Photo illustration of a laptop screen showing information on NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking website... 
A laptop screen shows an information on NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking website, in Keele, Britain, December 13, 2021. REUTERS/Carl Recine/Illustration 
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/BRITAIN
RTS3P5MC 
December 13, 2021 
A laptop screen shows an information on NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking website, in Keele, Britain,... 
KEELE, United Kingdom 
Photo illustration of a laptop screen showing information on NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking website... 
A laptop screen shows an information on NHS COVID-19 vaccination booking website, in Keele, Britain, December 13, 2021. REUTERS/Carl Recine/Illustration 
HUAWEI TECH-LAUNCH/
RTS33DK6 
February 24, 2020 
A Huawei MatePad Pro (L) is seen with a Huawei MateBook X Pro (R) and Mate 30 Pro, during a media event... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Huawei MatePad Pro is seen with a Huawei MateBook X Pro (R) and Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in... 
A Huawei MatePad Pro (L) is seen with a Huawei MateBook X Pro (R) and Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in London, Britain, February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
HUAWEI TECH-LAUNCH/
RTS33DK2 
February 24, 2020 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in... 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in London, Britain, February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
HUAWEI TECH-LAUNCH/
RTS33DJV 
February 24, 2020 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in... 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in London, Britain, February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
HUAWEI TECH-LAUNCH/
RTS33DJQ 
February 24, 2020 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in... 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in London, Britain, February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
HUAWEI TECH-LAUNCH/
RTS33DJN 
February 24, 2020 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in... 
London, United Kingdom 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in... 
A Huawei employee connects a Huawei MateBook X Pro device with a Mate 30 Pro, during a media event in London, Britain, February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Peter Nicholls 
TECH-CES/
RTS2XBRZ 
January 06, 2020 
Bookinou screenless audio readers, which can hold up to 10 hours of books read by family members, are... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Bookinou screenless audio readers, which can hold up to 10 hours of books read by family members, are... 
Bookinou screenless audio readers, which can hold up to 10 hours of books read by family members, are displayed at CES Unveiled during the 2020 CES in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. January 5, 2020. REUTERS/Steve Marcus 
ASIA-STORM/JAPAN
RTS2PULT 
September 09, 2019 
A man reads a book using a light emitted by vehicle in a blackout caused by Typhoon Faxai in Kisarazu,... 
Kisarazu, Japan 
A man reads a book using a light emitted by vehicle in a blackout caused by Typhoon Faxai in Kisarazu,... 
A man reads a book using a light emitted by vehicle in a blackout caused by Typhoon Faxai in Kisarazu, Chiba prefecture, Japan September 9, 2019. REUTERS/Issei Kato 
MICROSOFT-BRITAIN/STORE
RTS2LNFH 
July 10, 2019 
Surface book laptops sit on display at Microsoft's new Oxford Circus store ahead of its opening in London,... 
London, United Kingdom 
Surface book laptops sit on display at Microsoft's new Oxford Circus store ahead of its opening in London... 
Surface book laptops sit on display at Microsoft's new Oxford Circus store ahead of its opening in London, Britain July 9, 2019. Picture taken July 9, 2019. REUTERS/Simon Dawson 
FNAC DARTY-OUTLOOK/YELLOW VESTS
RTS2A47C 
January 10, 2019 
A logo of a Fnac retail store which sells books, electronics and CDs is seen in Nice, France, January... 
Nice, France 
A logo of a Fnac retail store which sells books, electronics and CDs is seen in Nice 
A logo of a Fnac retail store which sells books, electronics and CDs is seen in Nice, France, January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
FNAC DARTY-OUTLOOK/YELLOW VESTS
RTS2A47B 
January 10, 2019 
People walk past a Fnac retail store which sells books, electronics and CDs in Nice, France, January... 
Nice, France 
People walk past a Fnac retail store which sells books, electronics and CDs in Nice 
People walk past a Fnac retail store which sells books, electronics and CDs in Nice, France, January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
FNAC DARTY-OUTLOOK/YELLOW VESTS
RTS2A479 
January 10, 2019 
Logos of a Fnac retail store which sells books, electronics and CDs are seen in Nice, France, January... 
Nice, France 
Logos of a Fnac retail store which sells books, electronics and CDs are seen in Nice 
Logos of a Fnac retail store which sells books, electronics and CDs are seen in Nice, France, January 10, 2019. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
APPLE-IPAD/
RTX6H6M1 
October 30, 2018 
Attendees try out the new MacBook Air during an Apple launch event in the Brooklyn borough of New York,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Attendees try out the new MacBook Air during an Apple launch event in the Brooklyn borough of New York... 
Attendees try out the new MacBook Air during an Apple launch event in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., October 30, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton 
APPLE-IPAD/
RTX6H6KY 
October 30, 2018 
Attendees try out the new MacBook Air during an Apple launch event in the Brooklyn borough of New York,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Attendees try out the new MacBook Air during an Apple launch event in the Brooklyn borough of New York... 
Attendees try out the new MacBook Air during an Apple launch event in the Brooklyn borough of New York, U.S., October 30, 2018. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton 
FNAC-DARTY-STORE/
RTX6EL9X 
October 10, 2018 
A Fnac retail store which sells shop books, electronics and CD's is seen at the duty free area of Nice... 
Nice, France 
A Fnac retail store which sells shop books, electronics and CD's is seen at the duty free area of Nice... 
A Fnac retail store which sells shop books, electronics and CD's is seen at the duty free area of Nice International Airport, in Nice, France, October 10, 2018. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard 
TELECOMS-MOBILEWORLD/HUAWEI
RTX4YWJH 
February 25, 2018 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before... 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 25, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
TELECOMS-MOBILEWORLD/HUAWEI
RTX4YWJF 
February 25, 2018 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before... 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 25, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
TELECOMS-MOBILEWORLD/HUAWEI
RTX4YWI1 
February 25, 2018 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before... 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 25, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
TELECOMS-MOBILEWORLD/HUAWEI
RTX4YWHY 
February 25, 2018 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before... 
Barcelona, Spain 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before... 
Richard Yu, CEO of the Huawei Consumer Business Group, presents the new "MateBook X Pro" laptop before the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 25, 2018. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
GLOBAL-COMPUTERS/
RTS1GTZV 
October 17, 2017 
A boy stands on a pile of computer keyboards, while selling them from a shop, at a market in Karachi,... 
Karachi, Pakistan 
Boy stands on pile of computer keyboards while selling them in Karachi 
A boy stands on a pile of computer keyboards, while selling them from a shop, at a market in Karachi, Pakistan October 17, 2017. REUTERS/Akhtar Soomro 
CYBER-CONFERENCE/
RTS19ONA 
July 29, 2017 
A hacker tries to access and alter data from an electronic poll book in a Voting Machine Hacking Village... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
A hacker tries to access and alter data from an electronic poll book in a Voting Machine Hacking Village... 
A hacker tries to access and alter data from an electronic poll book in a Voting Machine Hacking Village during the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. on July 29, 2017. REUTERS/Steve Marcus 
CYBER-CONFERENCE/
RTS19ON7 
July 29, 2017 
Hackers try to access and alter data from an electronic poll books in a Voting Machine Hacking Village... 
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES 
Hackers try to access and alter data from an electronic poll books in a Voting Machine Hacking Village... 
Hackers try to access and alter data from an electronic poll books in a Voting Machine Hacking Village during the Def Con hacker convention in Las Vegas, Nevada, U.S. on July 29, 2017. REUTERS/Steve Marcus 
CHRISTMAS-SEASON/CHILDREN
RTSV35U 
December 07, 2016 
A combination picture shows Natsuki Ariga, 9, posing for a photograph at a library (top) and his drawing... 
Tokyo, Japan 
The Wider Image: What do you want for Christmas? 
A combination picture shows Natsuki Ariga, 9, posing for a photograph at a library (top) and his drawing of what he wants to get for Christmas from Santa, in Tokyo, Japan December 1, 2016. Natsuki wants to get comic books on Japanese and world history. "Santa gives me a present every year for working hard. That's why I practice Electone (Yamaha's electronic organ), abacus and track and field very hard, " he said. Reuters photographers around the world asked children to draw what they wanted to receive from Santa for Christmas. REUTERS/Toru Hanai SEARCH "CHRISTMAS WISHES" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES. 
APPLE-LAUNCH/
RTX2QR68 
October 27, 2016 
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks under a graphic of the new MacBook Pro during an Apple media event in Cupertino,... 
Cupertino, UNITED STATES 
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks under a graphic of the new MacBook Pro during an Apple media event in Cupertino... 
Apple CEO Tim Cook speaks under a graphic of the new MacBook Pro during an Apple media event in Cupertino, California, U.S. October 27, 2016. REUTERS/Beck Diefenbach TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY 
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS/
RTX2QL0K 
October 26, 2016 
A Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop rests on a tabletop at an event in the Manhattan borough of New York... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
A Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop rests on a tabletop at an event in the Manhattan borough of New York... 
A Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop rests on a tabletop at an event in the Manhattan borough of New York City, U.S., October 26, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS/
RTX2QK19 
October 26, 2016 
Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President for Surface Computing holds the new Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Panos Panay holds new Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop at Microsoft's" live event in New York 
Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President for Surface Computing holds the new Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop at a live event in the Manhattan borough of New York City, October 26, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson 
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS/
RTX2QK16 
October 26, 2016 
Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President for Surface Computing holds the new Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Panos Panay holds new Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop at Microsoft's" live event in New York 
Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President for Surface Computing holds the new Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop at a live event in the Manhattan borough of New York City, October 26, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson 
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS/
RTX2QK14 
October 26, 2016 
Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President for Surface Computing holds the new Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Panos Panay holds new Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop at Microsoft's" live event in New York 
Panos Panay, Corporate Vice President for Surface Computing holds the new Microsoft Surface Book i7 laptop at a live event in the Manhattan borough of New York City, October 26, 2016. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson 
UPS-DRONES/
RTX2DG2U 
May 09, 2016 
An iPad displaying flight status of the Zipline aerial delivery drone is seen during a demonstration... 
SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, UNITED STATES 
An iPad displaying flight status of the Zipline aerial delivery drone is seen during a demonstration... 
An iPad displaying flight status of the Zipline aerial delivery drone is seen during a demonstration at an undisclosed location in the San Francisco Bay Area, California, U.S., May 5, 2016. REUTERS/Stephen Lam 
NEW YORK-MARIJUANA/
RTX21GQG 
January 07, 2016 
An iPad is seen inside the Columbia Care marijuana dispensary in New York January 7, 2016. New York's... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
An iPad is seen inside the Columbia Care marijuana dispensary in New York
An iPad is seen inside the Columbia Care marijuana dispensary in New York January 7, 2016. New York's first medical marijuana dispensaries are opening their doors on Thursday, as the state launches one of the most conservative programs of its kind in the United States. REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton 
TOSHIBA-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX1ZLPT 
December 21, 2015 
People walk past products of Toshiba Corp displayed in Tokyo, Japan, in this November 26, 2015 file photo.... 
Tokyo, Japan 
File photo of people walking past products of Toshiba Corp displayed in Tokyo 
People walk past products of Toshiba Corp displayed in Tokyo, Japan, in this November 26, 2015 file photo. Toshiba Corp said on December 21, 2015 it would book a record net loss this year and cut around 5 percent of its workforce as the sprawling conglomerate, reeling from a $1.3 billion accounting scandal, focuses on chips and nuclear energy. REUTERS/Toru Hanai/Files 
UKRAINE-CRISIS/CRIMEA
RTX1WK0J 
November 30, 2015 
A woman and a boy read a book inside a tent opened by the Russian Emergencies Ministry to provide local... 
Simferopol, Ukraine 
A woman and a boy read a book inside a tent opened by the Russian Emergencies Ministry to provide local... 
A woman and a boy read a book inside a tent opened by the Russian Emergencies Ministry to provide local residents warm meals, electricity to charge their electronic devices and temporary accommodation during the power cuts in Simferopol, Crimea, November 30, 2015. REUTERS/Pavel Rebrov 
USA-COTTON/WIDERIMAGE
RTS7V2Y 
November 19, 2015 
Shep Morris, president of the farmer-owned Milstead Farm Group gin, is reflected in his iPad as he monitors... 
SHORTER, UNITED STATES 
Shep Morris, president of the Millstead Farm Group gin, is reflected in his iPad as he monitors production... 
Shep Morris, president of the farmer-owned Milstead Farm Group gin, is reflected in his iPad as he monitors production at the gin in Shorter, Alabama October 26, 2015. The gin produces one bale every one minute and fifty seconds. REUTERS/Brian Snyder 
POLAND-ELECTION/
RTS55LC 
October 19, 2015 
A man reads a book as Beata Szydlo, main opposition party Law and Justice (PiS) candidate for Prime Minister... 
Warsaw, Poland 
A man reads a book as Beata Szydlo, main opposition party Law and Justice (PiS) candidate for Prime Minister... 
A man reads a book as Beata Szydlo, main opposition party Law and Justice (PiS) candidate for Prime Minister in the upcoming parliamentary elections, speaks on a television screen during a debate with Prime Minister Ewa Kopacz (not pictured) from Civic Platform (PO), at a shop selling electronic equipment at a shopping mall in Warsaw, Poland October 19, 2015. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel 
POPE-SYNOD/
RTS4J75 
October 15, 2015 
Bishops look at an iPad as they wait for the arrival of Pope Francis to lead the synod on the family... 
Vatican City, Vatican City 
Bishops look at an iPad as they wait for the arrival of Pope Francis to lead the synod on the family... 
Bishops look at an iPad as they wait for the arrival of Pope Francis to lead the synod on the family in the Synod hall at the Vatican, October 15, 2015. REUTERS/Max Rossi
UBER TECH-VIETNAM/
RTX1RS2Y 
September 21, 2015 
A woman uses her smartphone to book for a taxi in Hanoi, Vietnam, September 9, 2015. A young, tech-savvy... 
Hanoi, Viet Nam 
A woman uses her smartphone to book for a taxi in Hanoi 
A woman uses her smartphone to book for a taxi in Hanoi, Vietnam, September 9, 2015. A young, tech-savvy population short on cars but big on smartphones is driving double-digit growth for ride-hailing apps Uber and GrabTaxi in Vietnam, and inspiring some executives to dream of replacing private car ownership altogether. Ride-sharing apps have taken off among Vietnam's rapidly expanding middle class as they provide four-wheeled comfort in a country better known for chaotic swarms of scooters and Southeast Asia's most expensive taxi fares. Picture taken September 9, 2015. REUTERS/Kham 
UBER TECH-VIETNAM/
RTX1RS2U 
September 21, 2015 
A customer uses the GrabTaxi app on her smartphone to book for a taxi in Hanoi, Vietnam September 9,... 
Hanoi, Viet Nam 
A customer uses the GrabTaxi app on her smartphone to book for a taxi in Hanoi 
A customer uses the GrabTaxi app on her smartphone to book for a taxi in Hanoi, Vietnam September 9, 2015. A young, tech-savvy population short on cars but big on smartphones is driving double-digit growth for ride-hailing apps Uber and GrabTaxi in Vietnam, and inspiring some executives to dream of replacing private car ownership altogether. Ride-sharing apps have taken off among Vietnam's rapidly expanding middle class as they provide four-wheeled comfort in a country better known for chaotic swarms of scooters and Southeast Asia's most expensive taxi fares. Picture taken September 9, 2015. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Kham 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RFKV 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) is surrounded by reporters as he leaves a news conference... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi is surrounded by reporters as he leaves a news conference... 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) is surrounded by reporters as he leaves a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RFKQ 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) is surrounded by reporters as he leaves a news conference... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi is surrounded by reporters as he leaves a news conference... 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) is surrounded by reporters as he leaves a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RFGT 
September 07, 2015 
The logo of Toshiba Corp. is screened during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo,... 
Tokyo, Japan 
The logo of Toshiba Corp. is screened during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo 
The logo of Toshiba Corp. is screened during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RFBW 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference in Tokyo 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RFAD 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference in Tokyo 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RF9Z 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference in Tokyo 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RF99 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference in Tokyo 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RF61 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RF5Y 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) bows deeply at the start of a news conference at... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi bows deeply at the start of a news conference in Tokyo... 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) bows deeply at the start of a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RF5W 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference in Tokyo 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RF5T 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference in Tokyo 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RF1U 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
TOSHIBA-RESULTS/
RTX1RF1P 
September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) bows deeply as he arrives a news conference at the... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi bows deeply as he arrives a news conference at the company... 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) bows deeply as he arrives a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
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September 07, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) bows deeply at the start of a news conference at... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi bows deeply at the start of a news conference in Tokyo... 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi (C) bows deeply at the start of a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan September 7, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp booked a net loss for the past financial year and pledged to improve governance with a revamped board of directors, raising hopes it was finally moving beyond a $1.3 billion accounting scandal. The submission of its books, twice postponed due to its accounting woes, helped to allay concerns among some investors that the laptops-to-nuclear power conglomerate risked a delisting if it had missed its latest filing deadline. REUTERS/Toru Hanai 
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August 31, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi leaves a news conference at the company... 
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Toshiba Corp President and CEO Muromachi leaves a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo... 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi leaves a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, August 31, 2015. Muromachi, the head of scandal-tarred Toshiba Corp, said on Monday the company has found a half-decade's worth of new accounting problems forcing it to further delay closing its books but that it does not expect a big impact on its projected results. REUTERS/Yuya Shino 
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August 31, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi leaves a news conference at the company... 
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Toshiba Corp President and CEO Muromachi leaves a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo... 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi leaves a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, August 31, 2015. Muromachi, the head of scandal-tarred Toshiba Corp, said on Monday the company has found a half-decade's worth of new accounting problems forcing it to further delay closing its books but that it does not expect a big impact on its projected results. REUTERS/Yuya Shino 
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August 31, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters... 
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Toshiba Corp President and CEO Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo... 
Toshiba Corp President and CEO Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, August 31, 2015. Muromachi, the head of scandal-tarred Toshiba Corp, said on Monday the company has found a half-decade's worth of new accounting problems forcing it to further delay closing its books but that it does not expect a big impact on its projected results. REUTERS/Yuya Shino 
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August 31, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi bows to reporters at the end of a news conference... 
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Toshiba Corp President and CEO Muromachi bows to reporters at the end of a news conference at the company... 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi bows to reporters at the end of a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, August 31, 2015. Muromachi, the head of scandal-tarred Toshiba Corp, said on Monday the company has found a half-decade's worth of new accounting problems forcing it to further delay closing its books but that it does not expect a big impact on its projected results. REUTERS/Yuya Shino 
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August 31, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi bows to reporters at the beginning of a... 
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Toshiba Corp President and CEO Muromachi bows to reporters at the beginning of a news conference at the... 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi bows to reporters at the beginning of a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, August 31, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp delayed announcing its annual financial results on Monday, saying it had found more accounting errors after disclosing a $1.2 billion book-keeping scandal. REUTERS/Yuya Shino 
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August 31, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company... 
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Toshiba Corp President and CEO Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo... 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, August 31, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp delayed announcing its annual financial results on Monday, saying it had found more accounting errors after disclosing a $1.2 billion book-keeping scandal. REUTERS/Yuya Shino 
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August 31, 2015 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company... 
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Toshiba Corp President and CEO Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo... 
Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Masashi Muromachi attends a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo, Japan, August 31, 2015. Japan's Toshiba Corp delayed announcing its annual financial results on Monday, saying it had found more accounting errors after disclosing a $1.2 billion book-keeping scandal. REUTERS/Yuya Shino 
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