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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-WORK
RTX7OTY9
August 11, 2020
People work in an office where the majority of staff work remotely, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
Tokyo, Japan
People work in an office where the majority of staff work remotely, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)...
People work in an office where the majority of staff work remotely, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic at the headquarters of Fujitsu in Tokyo, Japan August 7, 2020. Picture taken on August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Tomoshige Akira
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-WORK
RTX7OTXZ
August 11, 2020
An employee wearing a protective mask works in an office where majority of staff work remotely, amid...
Tokyo, Japan
An employee wearing a protective mask works in an office where majority of staff work remotely at the...
An employee wearing a protective mask works in an office where majority of staff work remotely, amid the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic at the headquarters of Fujitsu in Tokyo, Japan August 7, 2020. Picture taken on August 7, 2020. REUTERS/Tomoshige Akira
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-AI TECHNOLOGY
RTS3EDYF
June 19, 2020
Fujitsu senior researcher Genta Suzuki washes his hands in front of a camera and a laptop used to test...
Kawasaki, Japan
Japan's Fujitsu develops new AI-video recognition technology to check proper handwashing
Fujitsu senior researcher Genta Suzuki washes his hands in front of a camera and a laptop used to test AI-camera recognition technology designed to check whether people complete six coronavirus handwashing steps recommended by the Japanese health ministry during a demonstration for Reuters at Fujitsu's research and development laboratory in Kawasaki, Japan June 17, 2020. Picture taken June 17, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-AI TECHNOLOGY
RTS3EDY5
June 19, 2020
Fujitsu senior researcher Genta Suzuki washes his hands as he demonstrates AI-camera recognition technology...
Kawasaki, Japan
Japan's Fujitsu develops new AI-video recognition technology to check proper handwashing
Fujitsu senior researcher Genta Suzuki washes his hands as he demonstrates AI-camera recognition technology that checks whether people follow six handwashing steps recommended by the Japanese health ministry during an interview with Reuters at the company's research and development laboratory in Kawasaki, Japan June 17, 2020. Picture taken June 17, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-AI TECHNOLOGY
RTS3EDY8
June 19, 2020
Fujitsu senior researcher Genta Suzuki washes his hands as he demonstrates AI-camera recognition technology...
Kawasaki, Japan
Japan's Fujitsu develops new AI-video recognition technology to check proper handwashing
Fujitsu senior researcher Genta Suzuki washes his hands as he demonstrates AI-camera recognition technology that checks whether people follow six handwashing steps recommended by the Japanese health ministry during an interview with Reuters at the company's research and development laboratory in Kawasaki, Japan June 17, 2020. Picture taken June 17, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-AI TECHNOLOGY
RTS3EDY7
June 19, 2020
A monitor shows AI-camera recognition technology monitoring handwashing to check whether it complies...
Kawasaki, Japan
Japan's Fujitsu develops new AI-video recognition technology to check proper handwashing
A monitor shows AI-camera recognition technology monitoring handwashing to check whether it complies with a Japanese health ministry's six-step handwashing recommendations during an interview with Reuters at Fujitsu's research and development laboratory in Kawasaki, Japan June 17, 2020. Picture taken June 17, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/JAPAN-AI TECHNOLOGY
RTS3EDY6
June 19, 2020
Fujitsu senior researcher Genta Suzuki washes his hands as he demonstrates AI-camera recognition technology...
Kawasaki, Japan
Japan's Fujitsu develops new AI-video recognition technology to check proper handwashing
Fujitsu senior researcher Genta Suzuki washes his hands as he demonstrates AI-camera recognition technology that checks whether people follow six handwashing steps recommended by the Japanese health ministry during an interview with Reuters at the company's research and development laboratory in Kawasaki, Japan June 17, 2020. Picture taken June 17, 2020. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon
TELECOMS-MOBILEWORLD/
RTX4Z80K
February 27, 2018
A man looks at his mobile in front of a Fujitsu advert during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona,...
Barcelona, Spain
A man looks at his mobile in front of a Fujitsu advert during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
A man looks at his mobile in front of a Fujitsu advert during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 27, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TELECOMS-MOBILEWORLD/
RTX4Z7OY
February 27, 2018
A man looks at his mobile in front of a Fujitsu advert during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona,...
Barcelona, Spain
A man looks at his mobile in front of a Fujitsu advert during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona
A man looks at his mobile in front of a Fujitsu advert during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 27, 2018. REUTERS/Yves Herman
JAPAN-CEATEC/
RTS1ER4Y
October 02, 2017
A logo of Fujitsu Ltd. is pictured at the CEATEC JAPAN 2017 (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies)...
Chiba, Japan
A logo of Fujitsu Ltd. is pictured at the CEATEC JAPAN 2017 in Chiba
A logo of Fujitsu Ltd. is pictured at the CEATEC JAPAN 2017 (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan, October 2, 2017. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
FUJITSU-RESTRUCTURING/
RTX2QO2B
October 27, 2016
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2016 at...
Chiba, Japan
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC JAPAN 2016 in Chiba
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2016 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan, October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Toru Hanai/File Photo
FUJITSU-RESULTS/
RTX2Q57B
October 24, 2016
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2016 at...
Chiba, Japan
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC JAPAN 2016 in Chiba
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2016 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan, October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Toru Hanai/File Photo GLOBAL BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD PACKAGE - SEARCH 'BUSINESS WEEK AHEAD 24 OCT' FOR ALL IMAGES
LENOVO GROUP-FUJITSU/
RTSQY4N
October 06, 2016
A Lenovo logo is seen at the computer in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich/File Photo...
Kiev, Ukraine
A Lenovo logo is seen at the computer in Kiev
A Lenovo logo is seen at the computer in Kiev, Ukraine April 21, 2016. REUTERS/Gleb Garanich/File Photo
LENOVO GROUP-FUJITSU/
RTSQY4L
October 06, 2016
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2016 at...
Chiba, Japan
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC JAPAN 2016 in Chiba
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2016 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan, October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Toru Hanai/File Photo
JAPAN-CEATEC/
RTSQJY1
October 03, 2016
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2016 at...
Chiba, Japan
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC JAPAN 2016 in Chiba
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at CEATEC (Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies) JAPAN 2016 at the Makuhari Messe in Chiba, Japan, October 3, 2016. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
TAIWAN-COMPUTEX/
RTX2F3D9
June 01, 2016
A visiter watches a 8K TV screen at Socionext booth, the Panasonic-Fujitsu SoC joint venture corporation,...
Taipei, Taiwan
A visiter watches a 8K TV screen at Socionext booth, the Panasonic-Fujitsu SoC joint venture corporation,...
A visiter watches a 8K TV screen at Socionext booth, the Panasonic-Fujitsu SoC joint venture corporation, during the annual Computex computer exhibition in Taipei, Taiwan June 1, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
NFL-EGYPT/PYRAMIDS
RTS8QY7
March 01, 2016
Colby Cameron of Fujitsu Frontiers catches the ball near the Pyramids during a visit of a group of players...
Giza, Egypt
Colby Cameron of Fujitsu Frontiers catches the ball near the Pyramids in Giza
Colby Cameron of Fujitsu Frontiers catches the ball near the Pyramids during a visit of a group of players of the National Football League (NFL) representing American Football Without Barriers (AFWB) to help train local enthusiasts and players as part of a promotion for American Football, in Giza, Egypt February 29, 2016. Picture taken February 29, 2016. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
JAPAN-AUSTRALIA/
RTX1Z6Z5
December 18, 2015
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (C) poses for photos with chairman of NEC corporation Kaoru...
Tokyo, Japan
Australian PM Turnbull poses for photos with chairman of NEC corporation Yano, Fujitsu President Tanaka...
Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull (C) poses for photos with chairman of NEC corporation Kaoru Yano (3rd L), Fujitsu President Tatsuya Tanaka (3rd R) and other Japanese business leaders before their meeting at Miraikan (National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation) in Tokyo, Japan, December 18, 2015. REUTERS/Koji Sasahara/Pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4XQ5Z
April 17, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4XQ5X
April 17, 2015
The shadow of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is seen under a Union Flag as he addresses Fujitsu...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Shadow of Britain's Prime Minister Cameron is seen under a Union Flag as he addresses Fujitsu employees...
The shadow of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is seen under a Union Flag as he addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4XQ5W
April 17, 2015
The shadow of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is seen under a Union Flag as he addresses Fujitsu...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
The shadow of Britain's Prime Minister Cameron is seen under a Union Flag as he addresses Fujitsu employees...
The shadow of Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron is seen under a Union Flag as he addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4XQ5U
April 17, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4XQ5S
April 17, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4XQ5P
April 17, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4XQ5N
April 17, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4XQ50
April 17, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool
BRITAIN-POLITICS/
RTR4XQ4X
April 17, 2015
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April...
Birmingham, United Kingdom
Britain's Prime Minister Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England
Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron addresses Fujitsu employees in Birmingham, central England April 17, 2015. REUTERS/Peter Macdiarmid/Pool
JAPAN-TECH/FARMING
RTR430DR
August 19, 2014
Leafy vegetables grow in Fujitsu's greenhouse showroom in Numazu, Shizuoka prefecture June 27, 2014....
NUMAZU, Japan
Leafy vegetables grow in Fujitsu's greenhouse showroom in Numazu, Shizuoka prefecture
Leafy vegetables grow in Fujitsu's greenhouse showroom in Numazu, Shizuoka prefecture June 27, 2014. Japanese technology firms such as Fujitsu are applying their expertise in energy-saving and cloud technology to help farmers cope with shifting weather patterns, an onslaught of cheaper imports and a shrinking workforce. Picture taken June 27, 2014. To match story JAPAN-TECH/FARMING REUTERS/Sophie Knight (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AGRICULTURE)
JAPAN-TECH/FARMING
RTR430DQ
August 19, 2014
Sensors measuring temperature and humidity are seen at a test site for Fujitsu's cloud-based farming...
NUMAZU, Japan
Sensors measuring temperature and humidity are seen at a test site for Fujitsu's cloud-based farming...
Sensors measuring temperature and humidity are seen at a test site for Fujitsu's cloud-based farming system in Numazu, Shizuoka prefecture June 27, 2014. Japanese technology firms such as Fujitsu Ltd are applying their expertise in energy-saving and cloud technology to help farmers cope with shifting weather patterns, an onslaught of cheaper imports and a shrinking workforce. Picture taken June 27, 2014. To match story JAPAN-TECH/FARMING REUTERS/Sophie Knight (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS FOOD ENVIRONMENT AGRICULTURE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
JAPAN-SUMMIT/BOJ
RTR3PZAN
May 20, 2014
Hideo Hayakawa, senior executive fellow of private think-tank Fujitsu Research Institute, speaks during...
Tokyo, Japan
Hayakawa, senior executive fellow of private think-tank Fujitsu Research Institute, speaks during the...
Hideo Hayakawa, senior executive fellow of private think-tank Fujitsu Research Institute, speaks during the Reuters Japan Investment Summit in Tokyo May 20, 2014. The Bank of Japan's next policy move should be to consider tapering its asset purchases rather than expanding monetary stimulus further, Hayakawa, the bank's former top economist said, warning that the costs of boosting bond purchases outweigh the benefits. He also said Japan may suffer a huge bond market sell-off if it delays much-needed fiscal reforms to fix its tattered finances. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
JAPAN-SUMMIT/BOJ
RTR3PZAL
May 20, 2014
Hideo Hayakawa, senior executive fellow of private think-tank Fujitsu Research Institute, poses for a...
Tokyo, Japan
Hayakawa, senior executive fellow of private think-tank Fujitsu Research Institute, poses for a picture...
Hideo Hayakawa, senior executive fellow of private think-tank Fujitsu Research Institute, poses for a picture before the Reuters Japan Investment Summit in Tokyo May 20, 2014. The Bank of Japan's next policy move should be to consider tapering its asset purchases rather than expanding monetary stimulus further, Hayakawa, the bank's former top economist said, warning that the costs of boosting bond purchases outweigh the benefits. He also said Japan may suffer a huge bond market sell-off if it delays much-needed fiscal reforms to fix its tattered finances. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS PORTRAIT)
PANASONIC-SHARES/
RTR3DC0H
February 04, 2013
Batteries from Panasonic and Fujitsu are seen at an electronic shop in Tokyo February 1, 2013. Shares...
Tokyo, Japan
Batteries from Panasonic and Fujitsu are seen at an electronic shop in Tokyo
Batteries from Panasonic and Fujitsu are seen at an electronic shop in Tokyo February 1, 2013. Shares of Panasonic Corp jumped 8.8 percent to 644 yen in early trade on February 4, 2013, hitting a 7-month high after the consumer electronics maker rebounded to a quarterly profit and stuck with its full-year earnings forecast. Picture taken February 1, 2013. REUTERS/Yuya Shino (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
MICROSOFT-WINDOWS8/
RTR39LVL
October 26, 2012
A representative from Microsoft (far L), along with representatives from major personal computer brands...
Hong Kong, China
Representatives of Microsoft, Lenovo, HP, Dell, Samsung, Sony, Fujitsu, Acer and Asus attend launch of...
A representative from Microsoft (far L), along with representatives from major personal computer brands (L-R) Lenovo, HP, Dell, Samsung, Sony, Fujitsu, Acer and Asus, attend the launch of Microsoft Windows 8 operating system in Hong Kong October 26, 2012. Microsoft launched its new Windows 8 operating system and Surface tablet in a bid to revive interest in its flagship product. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399OV
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft in...
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft as he poses for Reuters in his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399OU
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCESOCIETY BUSINESS - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399OR
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCESOCIETY BUSINESS - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399OQ
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCESOCIETY BUSINESS - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399OP
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, poses for Reuters at his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399OO
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft in...
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft as he poses for Reuters in his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: BUSINESS TRANSPORT)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399ON
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft in...
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft as he poses for Reuters in his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399OM
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft in...
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft as he poses for Reuters in his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399OL
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft in...
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft as he poses for Reuters in his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
FRANCE-ENTREPRENEURS/
RTR399OK
October 18, 2012
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft...
SAINT-MAUR DES FOSSES, France
Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft in...
Bruno Lo-Re, CEO of MAINtag, holds a selection of RFID radio-frequency identification tags for aircraft as he poses for Reuters in his office in Saint-Maur des Fosses near Paris October 16, 2012. It took some nerve for 10 engineers in a cramped Paris basement to take on electronics giant Fujitsu for a $20 million contract to supply European planemaker Airbus with a new kind of data tag for its aircraft parts. But Frenchman Lo-Re, who was 38 at the time, was sure his team had a headstart against the Tokyo-based company of 170,000 employees: he had already persuaded the French airforce to let him try them out on its fighter jets. It is a success story that stands out in a country that gave the world the word "entrepreneur" but struggles with an anti-business mentality and barriers to financing that mean only the most determined start-ups will break through. Picture taken October 16, 2012. REUTERS/Charles Platiau (FRANCE - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR38OVD
October 02, 2012
People are silhouetted against a screen displaying a logo of Fujitsu at CEATEC JAPAN 2012 electronics...
Chiba, Japan
People are silhouetted against screen displaying logo of Fujitsu at CEATEC JAPAN 2012 electronics show...
People are silhouetted against a screen displaying a logo of Fujitsu at CEATEC JAPAN 2012 electronics show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October 2, 2012. Japan's largest cutting-edge IT and electronics trade show started on Tuesday and runs until October 6 at Makuhari Messe convention center. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR38OO8
October 02, 2012
Fujitsu's 10.1 inch tablet prototype with Windows 8 is pictured at CEATEC JAPAN 2012 electronics show...
Chiba, Japan
Fujitsu's 10.1 inch tablet prototype with Windows 8 is pictured at CEATEC JAPAN 2012 electronics show...
Fujitsu's 10.1 inch tablet prototype with Windows 8 is pictured at CEATEC JAPAN 2012 electronics show in Chiba, east of Tokyo, October 2, 2012. Japan's largest cutting-edge IT and electronics trade show started on Tuesday and runs until October 6 at Makuhari Messe. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
JAPAN/
RTR33WUY
June 20, 2012
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at a trade show for Japan's manufacturing industry in Tokyo June 20, 2012....
Tokyo, Japan
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at a trade show for Japan's manufacturing industry in Tokyo
A logo of Fujitsu is pictured at a trade show for Japan's manufacturing industry in Tokyo June 20, 2012. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT LOGO)
GERMANY/
RTR2YX6S
March 06, 2012
A Fujitsu waterproof tablet PC is immersed in water in a fish tank at the booth of Fujitsu at the CeBit...
Hanover, Germany
A Fujitsu waterproof tablet PC is immersed in a fish tank at the booth of Fujitsu at the CeBit computer...
A Fujitsu waterproof tablet PC is immersed in water in a fish tank at the booth of Fujitsu at the CeBit computer fair in Hanover, March, 6, 2012. The biggest fair of its kind will run to March 10, 2012. REUTERS/Fabian Bimmer (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY-BRAZIL/
RTR2YWVY
March 06, 2012
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff watches as German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) drops a Fujitsu waterproof...
Hanover, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel drops a waterproof tablet PC into fish tank at CeBit fair in Hanover
Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff watches as German Chancellor Angela Merkel (R) drops a Fujitsu waterproof tablet PC into a fish tank of water at the Fujitsu trade booth during a visit to the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover March 6, 2012. Merkel said on Tuesday she had received assurances from Rousseff that Brazil would take part in a recapitalisation of the International Monetary Fund, which could in turn help boost crisis funds for the euro zone. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS TELECOMS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
GERMANY-BRAZIL/
RTR2YWTX
March 06, 2012
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (L) drop a Fujitsu waterproof tablet...
Hanover, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel and Brazil's President Rousseff drop waterproof tablet PC into fish tank at...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (L) drop a Fujitsu waterproof tablet PC into a fish tank of water at the Fujitsu trade booth during a visit to the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover March 6, 2012. Merkel said on Tuesday she had received assurances from Rousseff that Brazil would take part in a recapitalisation of the International Monetary Fund, which could in turn help boost crisis funds for the euro zone. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANYPOLITICS TELECOMS - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) POLITICS TELECOMS)
GERMANY-BRAZIL/
RTR2YWTU
March 06, 2012
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (L) drop a Fujitsu waterproof tablet...
Hanover, Germany
German Chancellor Merkel and Brazil's President Rousseff drop waterproof tablet PC into fish tank at...
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Brazil's President Dilma Rousseff (L) drop a Fujitsu waterproof tablet PC into a fish tank of water at the Fujitsu trade booth during a visit to the CeBIT computer fair in Hanover March 6, 2012. Merkel said on Tuesday she had received assurances from Rousseff that Brazil would take part in a recapitalisation of the International Monetary Fund, which could in turn help boost crisis funds for the euro zone. REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANYPOLITICS TELECOMS - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) POLITICS TELECOMS)
CHINA/
RTR2U0YL
November 15, 2011
Fujitsu Chairman Michiyoshi Mazuka attends a news conference at the International Consultative Conference...
Guangzhou, China
Fujitsu Chairman Mazuka attends a news conference at the ICCFED in Guangzhou
Fujitsu Chairman Michiyoshi Mazuka attends a news conference at the International Consultative Conference on the Future Economic Development of Guangdong (ICCFED) in Guangzhou November 15, 2011. Fujitsu Ltd, Japan's largest IT services vendor, said on Tuesday that the floods in Thailand have had a significant impact on its operations and will affect the company's third-quarter results. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
CHINA/
RTR2U0YD
November 15, 2011
Fujitsu Chairman Michiyoshi Mazuka attends a news conference at the International Consultative Conference...
Guangzhou, China
Fujitsu Chairman Mazuka attends a news conference at the ICCFED in Guangzhou
Fujitsu Chairman Michiyoshi Mazuka attends a news conference at the International Consultative Conference on the Future Economic Development of Guangdong (ICCFED) in Guangzhou November 15, 2011. Fujitsu Ltd, Japan's largest IT services vendor, said on Tuesday that the floods in Thailand have had a significant impact on its operations and will affect the company's third-quarter results. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY HEADSHOT)
GUANGZHOU
RTR2TZTN
November 14, 2011
Fujitsu chairman Michiyoshi Mazuka attends a news conference at the International Consultative Conference...
Guangzhou, China
Fujitsu chairman Michiyoshi Mazuka attends a news conference in Guangzhou
Fujitsu chairman Michiyoshi Mazuka attends a news conference at the International Consultative Conference on the Future Economic Development of Guangdong in Guangzhou November 14, 2011.REUTERS/Tyrone Siu (CHINA - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
JAPAN/
RTR2CSHD
April 14, 2010
A visitor tries out "FLEPia", Fujitsu Frontech's color electronic paper mobile terminal, displayed at...
Tokyo, Japan
A visitor tries out "FLEPia", Fujitsu Frontech's color electronic paper mobile terminal, displayed at...
A visitor tries out "FLEPia", Fujitsu Frontech's color electronic paper mobile terminal, displayed at the Fine tech Japan, which the organisers say is the world's largest flat panel display exhibition, in Tokyo April 14, 2010. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
FUJITSU/
RTR2CIQ3
April 07, 2010
Fujitsu Ltd's former president Kuniaki Nozoe arrives for a news conference in Tokyo April 7, 2010. Nozoe...
Tokyo, Japan
Fujitsu Ltd's former president Nozoe arrives for a news conference in Tokyo
Fujitsu Ltd's former president Kuniaki Nozoe arrives for a news conference in Tokyo April 7, 2010. Nozoe will file suit against the Japanese IT services firm unless its auditors act to resolve his claim that he was improperly forced to resign, his lawyer said. The stand-off has become an ugly public row after Fujitsu last month dismissed Nozoe due to what it called an inappropriate business relationship and said he had not stepped down as president in September due to illness as it originally announced. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SCI TECH)
FUJITSU/
RTR2CIO6
April 07, 2010
Fujitsu Ltd's former president Kuniaki Nozoe bites his lips during a news conference in Tokyo April 7,...
Tokyo, Japan
Fujitsu Ltd's former president Kuniaki Nozoe bites his lips during a news conference in Tokyo
Fujitsu Ltd's former president Kuniaki Nozoe bites his lips during a news conference in Tokyo April 7, 2010. Nozoe will file suit against the Japanese IT services firm unless its auditors act to resolve his claim that he was improperly forced to resign, his lawyer said. The stand-off has become an ugly public row after Fujitsu last month dismissed Nozoe due to what it called an inappropriate business relationship and said he had not stepped down as president in September due to illness as it originally announced. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
FUJITSU/
RTR2CILX
April 07, 2010
Fujitsu Ltd's former president Kuniaki Nozoe grimaces during a news conference in Tokyo April 7, 2010....
Tokyo, Japan
Fujitsu Ltd's former president Kuniaki Nozoe grimaces during a news conference in Tokyo
Fujitsu Ltd's former president Kuniaki Nozoe grimaces during a news conference in Tokyo April 7, 2010. Nozoe will file suit against the Japanese IT services firm unless its auditors act to resolve his claim that he was improperly forced to resign, his lawyer said.
The stand-off has become an ugly public row after Fujitsu last month dismissed Nozoe due to what it called an inappropriate business relationship and said he had not stepped down as president in September due to illness as it originally announced. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
CAMELOT
RTR2C3UX
March 26, 2010
A man marks a National Lottery game ticket at a newsagent shop in London March 26, 2010. The Ontario...
London, United Kingdom
Man marks a National Lottery game ticket at a newsagent shop in Londo
A man marks a National Lottery game ticket at a newsagent shop in London March 26, 2010. The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Canada's largest pension plan, said on Thursday it would buy Camelot, the British national lottery operator, for 389 million pounds ($576 million). Camelot has been reviewing its options since last year when some of its shareholders -- Cadbury Plc , Royal Mail Enterprises, De La Rue Plc , Fujitsu Services and Thales Electronics -- indicated interest in selling. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
CAMELOT
RTR2C3UU
March 26, 2010
A man passes National Lottery games at a newsagent shop in London March 26, 2010. The Ontario Teachers'...
London, United Kingdom
Man passes National Lottery games at a newsagent shop in London
A man passes National Lottery games at a newsagent shop in London March 26, 2010. The Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan, Canada's largest pension plan, said on Thursday it would buy Camelot, the British national lottery operator, for 389 million pounds ($576 million). Camelot has been reviewing its options since last year when some of its shareholders -- Cadbury Plc , Royal Mail Enterprises, De La Rue Plc , Fujitsu Services and Thales Electronics -- indicated interest in selling. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
SWITZERLAND/
RTXPBQB
October 05, 2009
A man shows a waterproof mobile phone on the Fujitsu booth at the International Telecommunication Union...
Geneva, Switzerland
A man shows a waterproof mobile phone on the Fujitsu booth at the International Telecommunication Union...
A man shows a waterproof mobile phone on the Fujitsu booth at the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) Telecom World 2009 exhibition in Geneva October 5, 2009. REUTERS/Valentin Flauraud (SWITZERLAND)
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