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SOCCER-CHAMPIONS/FINANCES
RTXZXVR
May 23, 2013
File combination image Bayern Munich fans behind a banner with the slogan "the colours of the coolest...
Munich, Germany
File images of Bayern Munich fans
File combination image Bayern Munich fans behind a banner with the slogan "the colours of the coolest town" and "the colours of the best club", before the German soccer cup, DFB Pokal, quarter final match against Borussia Dortmund in Munich February 27, 2013. Champions League finalists Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund are the envy of soccer fans across Europe for the way the German clubs run their business as well as their success on the field. Bayern and Dortmund are the top two teams in the Bundesliga where clubs boast the largest crowds in Europe, keep ticket prices low, are largely profitable and have produced a crop of talented young players. TO GO WITH STORY SOCCER-CHAMPIONS/FINANCES REUTERS/Michael Dalder/Files (GERMANY - Tags: SPORT SOCCER)
GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/
RTR3ADPB
November 14, 2012
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn November...
Bonn, Germany
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn November 13, 2012. Klais, who runs the organ manufacturer in Bonn his great-grandfather founded in 1882, gets requests every week from foreign officials as far away as Korea to visit his company. Germany's Mittelstand, the mid-market and often family-owned manufacturing firms to which the country owes much of its exporting prowess, has become the envy of political and business leaders all over the world and they are keen to emulate it. Picture taken November 13, 2012. To match Insight GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/ REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/
RTR3ADPA
November 14, 2012
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of his workshop in Bonn November 13, 2012. Klais,...
Bonn, Germany
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of his workshop in Bonn
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of his workshop in Bonn November 13, 2012. Klais, who runs the organ manufacturer in Bonn his great-grandfather founded in 1882, gets requests every week from foreign officials as far away as Korea to visit his company. Germany's Mittelstand, the mid-market and often family-owned manufacturing firms to which the country owes much of its exporting prowess, has become the envy of political and business leaders all over the world and they are keen to emulate it. Picture taken November 13, 2012. To match Insight GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/ REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/
RTR3ADP9
November 14, 2012
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn November...
Bonn, Germany
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn November 13, 2012. Klais, who runs the organ manufacturer in Bonn his great-grandfather founded in 1882, gets requests every week from foreign officials as far away as Korea to visit his company. Germany's Mittelstand, the mid-market and often family-owned manufacturing firms to which the country owes much of its exporting prowess, has become the envy of political and business leaders all over the world and they are keen to emulate it. Picture taken November 13, 2012. To match Insight GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/ REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/
RTR3ADP5
November 14, 2012
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn November...
Bonn, Germany
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn
German organ builder Philipp Klais is pictured in front of organ pipes in his workshop in Bonn November 13, 2012. Klais, who runs the organ manufacturer in Bonn his great-grandfather founded in 1882, gets requests every week from foreign officials as far away as Korea to visit his company. Germany's Mittelstand, the mid-market and often family-owned manufacturing firms to which the country owes much of its exporting prowess, has become the envy of political and business leaders all over the world and they are keen to emulate it. Picture taken November 13, 2012. To match Insight GERMANY-MITTELSTAND/ REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VRE
September 12, 2012
A Palestinian farmer sprays pesticide in a tomato field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north...
BEIT UMMAR, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian farmer sprays pesticide in a tomato field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north...
A Palestinian farmer sprays pesticide in a tomato field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron September 9, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 9, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VRD
September 12, 2012
A worker arranges sacks of potatoes on a pallet at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West...
Beita, Palestinian Territories
A worker arranges sacks of potatoes on a pallet at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West...
A worker arranges sacks of potatoes on a pallet at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near Nablus September 2, 2012.Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 2, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VRA
September 12, 2012
Workers load boxes of tomatoes onto a truck at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank...
Beita, Palestinian Territories
Workers load boxes of tomatoes onto a truck at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank...
Workers load boxes of tomatoes onto a truck at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near Nablus September 2, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 2, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VR9
September 12, 2012
A Palestinian farmer harvests grapes in a vineyard in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron...
BEIT UMMAR, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian farmer harvests grapes in a vineyard in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron...
A Palestinian farmer harvests grapes in a vineyard in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron September 9, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 9, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VR8
September 12, 2012
A worker arranges boxes of tomatoes at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village...
Beita, Palestinian Territories
A worker arranges boxes of tomatoes at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village...
A worker arranges boxes of tomatoes at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near Nablus September 2, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 2, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VR7
September 12, 2012
A worker operates a forklift at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita,...
Beita, Palestinian Territories
A worker operates a forklift at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita,...
A worker operates a forklift at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near Nablus September 2, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 2, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VR1
September 12, 2012
A worker pulls a cart loaded with cucumbers at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank...
Beita, Palestinian Territories
A worker pulls a cart loaded with cucumbers at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank...
A worker pulls a cart loaded with cucumbers at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near Nablus September 2, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 2, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VR0
September 12, 2012
A worker carries boxes at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near...
Beita, Palestinian Territories
A worker carries boxes at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near...
A worker carries boxes at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near Nablus September 2, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 2, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VQZ
September 12, 2012
Palestinian farmers arrange crates of cauliflower on a pallet at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market...
Beita, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian farmers arrange crates of cauliflower on a pallet at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market...
Palestinian farmers arrange crates of cauliflower on a pallet at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near Nablus September 2, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 2, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VQT
September 12, 2012
A worker pulls a cart loaded with green peppers at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West...
Beita, Palestinian Territories
A worker pulls a cart loaded with green peppers at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West...
A worker pulls a cart loaded with green peppers at a wholesale vegetable and fruit market in the West Bank village of Beita, near Nablus September 2, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 2, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Mohamad Torokman (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING
RTR37VQQ
September 12, 2012
A Palestinian labourer harvests eggplants in a field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of...
BEIT UMMAR, Palestinian Territories
A Palestinian labourer harvests eggplants in a field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of...
A Palestinian labourer harvests eggplants in a field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron September 9, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 9, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD)
USA
RTR324JV
May 16, 2012
A canine member of the Hermosillo Task Force, a K-9 search and rescue unit from Mexico, finds a buried...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
A canine member of the Hermosillo Task Force, a K-9 search and rescue unit from Mexico, finds a buried...
A canine member of the Hermosillo Task Force, a K-9 search and rescue unit from Mexico, finds a buried victim while training with Utah Task Force 1 to search for earthquake victims in a simulated rubble pile in Salt Lake City, Utah, May 15, 2012. The team from Mexico is one of four newly formed teams in the country that specializes in the search and recovery of people in collapsed structures. The team is training in Utah for a week after spending a week working with teams in California and will move on to Colorado next. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (United States - Tags: DISASTER ANIMALS)
CES/
RTR2W7AL
January 12, 2012
A HP Envy 14 Spectre ultrabook is displayed at the Intel booth during the 2012 International Consumer...
Las Vegas, UNITED STATES
A HP Envy 14 Spectre ultrabook is displayed at the Intel booth during the 2012 International Consumer...
A HP Envy 14 Spectre ultrabook is displayed at the Intel booth during the 2012 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 12, 2012. CES, the world's largest consumer technology tradeshow, runs through January 13. REUTERS/Steve Marcus (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
THAILAND/FLOOD
RTR2SY84
October 21, 2011
Residents, carrying their belongings, evacuate from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's...
Bangkok, Thailand
Residents carrying their belongings evacuate from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's...
Residents, carrying their belongings, evacuate from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's suburbs October 21, 2011. Thai officials reported progress in diverting floodwater round Bangkok into the sea on Friday but some people in the capital were still warned to move to higher floors as the government struggled with the worst flooding in 50 years. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
THAILAND/FLOOD
RTR2SY7W
October 21, 2011
Residents, carrying their belongings, evacuate from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's...
Bangkok, Thailand
Residents carrying their belongings evacuate from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's...
Residents, carrying their belongings, evacuate from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's suburbs October 21, 2011. Thai officials reported progress in diverting floodwater round Bangkok into the sea on Friday but some people in the capital were still warned to move to higher floors as the government struggled with the worst flooding in 50 years. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
THAILAND/FLOOD
RTR2SY7S
October 21, 2011
Residents carrying their belongings evacuate from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's...
Bangkok, Thailand
Residents carrying their belongings evacuate from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's...
Residents carrying their belongings evacuate from a flooded area at Pathum Thani province, in Bangkok's suburbs October 21, 2011. Thai officials reported progress in diverting floodwater round Bangkok into the sea on Friday but some people in the capital were still warned to move to higher floors as the government struggled with the worst flooding in 50 years. REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang (THAILAND - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
AUSTRALIA-POLITICS/
RTR2PKDM
August 03, 2011
A shopper selects a snack from the fruit display of a inner Sydney street vendor August 3, 2011. Australia's...
Sydney, Australia
Shopper selects a snack from the fruit display of a inner Sydney street vendor
A shopper selects a snack from the fruit display of a inner Sydney street vendor August 3, 2011. Australia's economy may be the envy of debt-laden Europe and the United States but the rising cost of living in Australia, with Sydney one of the world's most expensive cities, is a brewing political storm for Prime Minister Julia Gillard. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
INDIA-ECONOMY/INFLATION
RTR2O31J
June 25, 2011
A farmers ploughs his paddy field at Malakharhar village, located on the outskirts of the northern Indian...
MALAKHARHAR, India
A farmers phloughs his paddy field at Malakharhar village, located on the outskirts of the northern Indian...
A farmers ploughs his paddy field at Malakharhar village, located on the outskirts of the northern Indian city of Allahabad June 25, 2011. India's growth story, which has excited many in recent years, is passing through a not-very-happy chapter that might last well into 2012. While India should keep growing at rates many nations would envy, Asia's third-largest economy faces a period of reduced growth and stubbornly high inflation. REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS AGRICULTURE ANIMALS)
CHINA-PARTY/
RTR2NHCO
June 09, 2011
A man walks past a poster promoting loyalty to the Communist Party of China in Beijing June 9, 2011....
Beijing, China
A man walks past a poster promoting loyalty to the Communist Party of China in Beijing
A man walks past a poster promoting loyalty to the Communist Party of China in Beijing June 9, 2011. China's Communist Party sees no reason why it cannot stay in power indefinitely, having made the nation into the envy of the world with its economic success, one of the Party's top official historians said on Thursday. The Chinese character reads "Party". REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS)
CHINA-PARTY/
RTR2NHCJ
June 09, 2011
A visitor walks in front of a statue of late Chairman Mao Zedong at the Chinese Military Museum in Beijing...
Beijing, China
A visitor walks in front of a statue of late Chairman Mao Zedong in Beijing
A visitor walks in front of a statue of late Chairman Mao Zedong at the Chinese Military Museum in Beijing June 9, 2011. China's Communist Party sees no reason why it cannot stay in power indefinitely, having made the nation into the envy of the world with its economic success, one of the Party's top official historians said on Thursday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MILITARY)
CHINA-PARTY/
RTR2NHCA
June 09, 2011
The back of a statue of late Chairman Mao Zedong is pictured at the Chinese Military Museum in Beijing...
Beijing, China
The back of a statue of late Chairman Mao Zedong is pictured in Beijing
The back of a statue of late Chairman Mao Zedong is pictured at the Chinese Military Museum in Beijing June 9, 2011. China's Communist Party sees no reason why it cannot stay in power indefinitely, having made the nation into the envy of the world with its economic success, one of the Party's top official historians said on Thursday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MILITARY)
CHINA-PARTY/
RTR2NHC6
June 09, 2011
A visitor touches a sculpture titled "The Broadswords Chopping at the Devils' Heads" at the Chinese Military...
Beijing, China
A visitor touches a sculpture titled "The Broadswords Chopping at the Devils' Heads" at the Chinese Military...
A visitor touches a sculpture titled "The Broadswords Chopping at the Devils' Heads" at the Chinese Military Museum in Beijing June 9, 2011. China's Communist Party sees no reason why it cannot stay in power indefinitely, having made the nation into the envy of the world with its economic success, one of the Party's top official historians said on Thursday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MILITARY)
CHINA-PARTY/
RTR2NHC4
June 09, 2011
A visitor walks past a sculpture named "The Broadswords Chopping at the Devils' Heads" at the Chinese...
Beijing, China
A visitor walks past a sculpture named "The Broadswords Chopping at the Devils' Heads" at the Chinese...
A visitor walks past a sculpture named "The Broadswords Chopping at the Devils' Heads" at the Chinese Military Museum in Beijing June 9, 2011. China's Communist Party sees no reason why it cannot stay in power indefinitely, having made the nation into the envy of the world with its economic success, one of the Party's top official historians said on Thursday. REUTERS/Jason Lee (CHINA - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MILITARY)
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/YOUTH
RTR2KOCL
April 01, 2011
Katy Robinson, a self-employed young Australian, smiles at Coogee beach in Sydney, April 1, 2011. Australia...
Sydney, Australia
To match Analysis AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/YOUTH
Katy Robinson, a self-employed young Australian, smiles at Coogee beach in Sydney, April 1, 2011. Australia boasts one of the world's lowest jobless rates and is the self-proclaimed envy of the developed world, but it has a dirty little secret:one in six of its youth is unemployed. To match Analysis AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/YOUTH REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/YOUTH
RTR2KOCG
April 01, 2011
Jimmy Dodd (L), Katy Robinson and Johnny Hall, three self-employed young Australians enjoy a barbecue...
Sydney, Australia
To match Analysis AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/YOUTH
Jimmy Dodd (L), Katy Robinson and Johnny Hall, three self-employed young Australians enjoy a barbecue at Coogee beach in Sydney, April 1, 2011. Australia boasts one of the world's lowest jobless rates and is the self-proclaimed envy of the developed world, but it has a dirty little secret:one in six of its youth is unemployed. To match Analysis AUSTRALIA-ECONOMY/YOUTH REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
CALIFORNIA/POLITICS
RTXW6MY
January 03, 2011
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger gestures during his appearance at the Women's Conference 2010...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report CALIFORNIA/POLITICS
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger gestures during his appearance at the Women's Conference 2010 in Long Beach, California, in this October 26, 2010 file photo. Just a few decades ago, the state's public school system was the envy of the nation, and California -- with its sunny weather, laid back lifestyle, stunning landscape and booming motion picture, technology and manufacturing industries -- was both an economic engine of U.S. prosperity and the ultimate symbol of The American Dream. To match Special Report CALIFORNIA/POLITICS REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT POLITICS)
FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
RTXTGTD
October 15, 2010
A flag flies on outside of the New York Stock Exchange building in New York in this May 6, 2010 file...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
A flag flies on outside of the New York Stock Exchange building in New York in this May 6, 2010 file photo. The 20-minute "flash crash" will reverberate for quite some time to come. For years, America's stock markets were the envy of the world, the model for modern trading -- fast, stable, efficient and for the most part transparent. But after the Dow Jones industrial average plunged nearly 700 points on May 6 before sharply rebounding, that perception changed, possibly for good. Picture taken May 6, 2010. To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
RTXTGTA
October 15, 2010
A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York in this May 6, 2010 file photo....
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
A trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York in this May 6, 2010 file photo. The 20-minute "flash crash" will reverberate for quite some time to come. For years, America's stock markets were the envy of the world, the model for modern trading -- fast, stable, efficient and for the most part transparent. But after the Dow Jones industrial average plunged nearly 700 points on May 6 before sharply rebounding, that perception changed, possibly for good. Picture taken May 6, 2010. To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
RTXTGT8
October 15, 2010
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York in this May 6, 2010 file photo....
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York in this May 6, 2010 file photo. The 20-minute "flash crash" will reverberate for quite some time to come. For years, America's stock markets were the envy of the world, the model for modern trading -- fast, stable, efficient and for the most part transparent. But after the Dow Jones industrial average plunged nearly 700 points on May 6 before sharply rebounding, that perception changed, possibly for good. Picture taken May 6, 2010. To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
RTXTGT6
October 15, 2010
The final numbers of the day's trading is shown on a board on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
The final numbers of the day's trading is shown on a board on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York in this May 6, 2010 file photo. The 20-minute "flash crash" will reverberate for quite some time to come. For years, America's stock markets were the envy of the world, the model for modern trading -- fast, stable, efficient and for the most part transparent. But after the Dow Jones industrial average plunged nearly 700 points on May 6 before sharply rebounding, that perception changed, possibly for good. Picture taken May 6, 2010. To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
RTXTGT1
October 15, 2010
A trader walks on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York in this May 6, 2010 file photo....
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE
A trader walks on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York in this May 6, 2010 file photo. The 20-minute "flash crash" will reverberate for quite some time to come. For years, America's stock markets were the envy of the world, the model for modern trading -- fast, stable, efficient and for the most part transparent. But after the Dow Jones industrial average plunged nearly 700 points on May 6 before sharply rebounding, that perception changed, possibly for good. Picture taken May 6, 2010. To match Special Report FLASHCRASH/EUROPE REUTERS/Lucas Jackson/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
ITALY-CUCINELLI/
RTXQLGZ
November 11, 2009
A seamstress makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Seamstress makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo...
A seamstress makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
ITALY-CUCINELLI/
RTXQLGW
November 11, 2009
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli poses in a theatre he built in the Umbrian village of Solomeo...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Italian clothing designer Cucinelli poses in a theatre he built in the Umbrian village of Solomeo
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli poses in a theatre he built in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A seamstress makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Seamstress makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo...
A seamstress makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli holds raw cashmere wool in the Umbrian village of Solomeo...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Italian clothing designer Cucinelli holds raw cashmere wool in the Umbrian village of Solomeo
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli holds raw cashmere wool in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli poses in a theatre he built in the Umbrian village of Solomeo...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Italian clothing designer Cucinelli poses in a theatre he built in the Umbrian village of Solomeo
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli poses in a theatre he built in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli poses as seamstresses make garments from cashmere, in the...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Italian clothing designer Cucinelli poses as seamstresses make garments from cashmere, in the Umbrian...
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli poses as seamstresses make garments from cashmere, in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli poses in a theatre he built in the Umbrian village of Solomeo...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Italian clothing designer Cucinelli poses in a theatre he built in the Umbrian village of Solomeo
Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli poses in a theatre he built in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A worker prepares a loom making cashmere wool fabric in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Worker cuts cashmere wool fabric in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
A worker prepares a loom making cashmere wool fabric in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A seamstress views a pattern in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Seamstress views a pattern in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
A seamstress views a pattern in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A worker prepares a loom making cashmere wool fabric in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Worker cuts cashmere wool fabric in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
A worker prepares a loom making cashmere wool fabric in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Workers are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Workers are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
Workers are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Rolls of cashmere wool fabric are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Rolls of cashmere wool fabric are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo...
Rolls of cashmere wool fabric are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A seamstress stitches a cashmere wool garment in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Seamstress stitches a cashmere wool garment in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in...
A seamstress stitches a cashmere wool garment in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A seamstress makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Seamstress makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo...
A seamstress makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Workers are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Workers are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
Workers are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Tools are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Tools are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
Tools are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A worker presses a cashmere wool shirt in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Worker presses a cashmere wool shirt in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo...
A worker presses a cashmere wool shirt in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A worker presses a cashmere wool shirt in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Worker presses a cashmere wool shirt in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo...
A worker presses a cashmere wool shirt in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Workers leave the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Workers leave the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
Workers leave the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Clothes hangers are seen in the factory of Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Clothes hangers are seen in the factory of Italian designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
Clothes hangers are seen in the factory of Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
Seamstresses makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Seamstresses make cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo...
Seamstresses makes cashmere wool garments in the studio of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A worker cuts cashmere wool fabric in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Worker cuts cashmere wool fabric in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
A worker cuts cashmere wool fabric in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A seamstress stitches a cashmere wool garment in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Seamstress stitches a cashmere wool garment in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in...
A seamstress stitches a cashmere wool garment in the factory of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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November 11, 2009
A plaque is displayed on the factory wall of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the restored...
SOLOMEO, Italy
Workers are seen in the factory of Italian clothing designer Cucinelli in Solomeo
A plaque is displayed on the factory wall of Italian clothing designer Brunello Cucinelli in the restored Umbrian village of Solomeo October 7, 2009. He has been called the King of Cashmere, an entrepreneur with the mind of a capitalist but the heart of a philosopher, the Don Qixote of Italy's luxury fashion world, an idealist madman. Brunello Cucinelli is anything but an orthodox businessman. But the double-digit revenue and profit growth his luxury fashion label has produced in the past three years would make any company turn asparagus green - one of his shades - with envy. Picture taken October 7, 2009. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi (ITALY)
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