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HIRAMATSU
RTXOFF3
March 24, 2006
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters at the Foreign Correspondents'...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters at the Foreign C.....
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters at the Foreign Correspondents' Club in Tokyo March 24, 2006. [Hiramatsu said on Friday the company was in talks to cut stakes in condominium developer Dynacity Corp and used car unit Livedoor Auto.]
MEDIA JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR17K9H
March 24, 2006
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjust his spectacles during an interview...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjust his spectacles in Tokyo
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjust his spectacles during an interview in Tokyo March 24, 2006. Hiramatsu said on Friday the company was in talks to cut stakes in condominium developer Dynacity Corp and used car unit Livedoor Auto. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
MEDIA JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR17K9G
March 24, 2006
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu smiles during an interview in Tokyo March...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu smiles during interview in Tokyo
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu smiles during an interview in Tokyo March 24, 2006. Hiramatsu said on Friday the company was in talks to cut stakes in condominium developer Dynacity Corp. and used car unit Livedoor Auto. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
MEDIA JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR17K9E
March 24, 2006
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu talks to reporters at the Foreign Correspondents'...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu talks to reporters in Tokyo
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu talks to reporters at the Foreign Correspondents' Club in Tokyo March 24, 2006. Hiramatsu said on Friday the company was in talks to cut stakes in condominium developer Dynacity Corp. and used car unit Livedoor Auto. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
JAPAN
RTR17K98
March 24, 2006
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters at the Foreign Correspondents'...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu talks to reporters in Tokyo
Japanese Internet company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters at the Foreign Correspondents' Club in Tokyo March 24, 2006. Hiramatsu said on Friday the company was in talks to cut stakes in condominium developer Dynacity Corp and used car unit Livedoor Auto. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa Aizawa
HIRAMATSU
RTXODOV
March 13, 2006
President of Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
President of Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference in T.....
President of Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference in Tokyo March 13, 2006. [The Tokyo Stock Exchange said it would delist shares in scandal-hit Livedoor on April 14 after Japan's securities watchdog filed a criminal complaint against the company for falsifying its books.]
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR174TX
March 13, 2006
President of Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
President of Livedoor Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
President of Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference in Tokyo March 13, 2006. The Tokyo Stock Exchange said it would delist shares in scandal-hit Livedoor on April 14 after Japan's securities watchdog filed a criminal complaint against the company for falsifying its books. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR174TT
March 13, 2006
President of Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. Kozo Hiramatsu bows during a news conference in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
President of Livedoor Co. Hiramatsu bows during news conference in Tokyo
President of Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. Kozo Hiramatsu bows during a news conference in Tokyo March 13, 2006, after the Tokyo Stock Exchange said it would delist shares in scandal-hit Livedoor on April 14 after Japan's securities watchdog filed a criminal complaint against the company for falsifying its books. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
HIRAMATSU
RTXOB8R
February 24, 2006
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club i.....
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo February 24, 2006. The troubled Japanese Internet company Livedoor [is not in any specific talks with other companies about potential partnerships and aims to continue the business with a focus on media, finance and business service, Hiramatsu said on Friday.]
JAPAN
RTR1BLI1
February 24, 2006
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu, accompanied by Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu (L), speaks...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo...
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu, accompanied by Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu (L), speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo February 24, 2006. The troubled Japanese Internet company Livedoor is not in any specific talks with other companies about potential partnerships and aims to continue the business with a focus on media, finance and business service, Hiramatsu said on Friday. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
JAPAN
RTR1BLHX
February 24, 2006
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo February 24, 2006. The troubled Japanese Internet company Livedoor is not in any specific talks with other companies about potential partnerships and aims to continue the business with a focus on media, finance and business service, Hiramatsu said on Friday. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
JAPAN
RTR1BL5A
February 24, 2006
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a news conference at Japan National...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a news conference in Tokyo
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo February 24, 2006. The troubled Japanese Internet company Livedoor is not in any specific talks with other companies about potential partnerships and aims to continue the business with a focus on media, finance and business service, Hiramatsu said on Friday. On his left is Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
JAPAN
RTR16L0I
February 24, 2006
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu, accompanied by Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu (L), speaks...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo...
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu, accompanied by Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu (L), speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo February 24, 2006. The troubled Japanese Internet company Livedoor is not in any specific talks with other companies about potential partnerships and aims to continue the business with a focus on media, finance and business service, Hiramatsu said on Friday. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
JAPAN
RTR16L0H
February 24, 2006
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference in Tokyo
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo February 24, 2006. The troubled Japanese Internet company Livedoor is not in any specific talks with other companies about potential partnerships and aims to continue the business with a focus on media, finance and business service, Hiramatsu said on Friday. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
JAPAN
RTR16L0G
February 24, 2006
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a news conference at Japan National...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a news conference in Tokyo
Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a news conference at Japan National Press Club in Tokyo February 24, 2006. The troubled Japanese Internet company Livedoor is not in any specific talks with other companies about potential partnerships and aims to continue the business with a focus on media, finance and business service, Hiramatsu said on Friday. On his left is Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu. REUTERS/Toshiyuki Aizawa
HIRAMATSU
RTXOAZR
February 22, 2006
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo Fe.....
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo February 22, 2006. [Liverdoor's former CEO Takafumi Horie was arrested again on suspicion of violating a securities law. Also arrested was the company's representative director Fumio Kumagai and three other former Livedoor executives, Tokyo prosecutors said.]
JAPAN LIVEDOOR HORIE
RTR1BGYS
February 22, 2006
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co President Hiramatsu speaks at news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo February 22, 2006. Liverdoor's former CEO Takafumi Horie was arrested again on suspicion of violating a securities law. Also arrested was the company's representative director Fumio Kumagai and three other former Livedoor executives, Tokyo prosecutors said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN LIVEDOOR HORIE
RTR1BGYJ
February 22, 2006
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Vice President Noritaka Ochiai bow...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co President Hiramatsu and Vice President Ochiai bow at news conference...
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Vice President Noritaka Ochiai bow at a news conference in Tokyo February 22, 2006. Liverdoor's former CEO Takafumi Horie was arrested again on suspicion of violating a securities law. Also arrested was the company's representative director Fumio Kumagai and three other former Livedoor executives, Tokyo prosecutors said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN LIVEDOOR HORIE
RTR1BGYB
February 22, 2006
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu leaves a news conference in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co President Hiramatsu leaves news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu leaves a news conference in Tokyo February 22, 2006. Liverdoor's former CEO Takafumi Horie was arrested again on suspicion of violating a securities law. Also arrested was the company's representative director Fumio Kumagai and three other former Livedoor executives, Tokyo prosecutors said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN LIVEDOOR HORIE
RTR16I3X
February 22, 2006
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu leaves a news conference in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co President Hiramatsu leaves news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu leaves a news conference in Tokyo February 22, 2006. Liverdoor's former CEO Takafumi Horie was arrested again on suspicion of violating a securities law. Also arrested was the company's representative director Fumio Kumagai and three other former Livedoor executives, Tokyo prosecutors said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN LIVEDOOR HORIE
RTR16I3U
February 22, 2006
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo February...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co President Hiramatsu speaks at news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo February 22, 2006. Liverdoor's former CEO Takafumi Horie was arrested again on suspicion of violating a securities law. Also arrested was the company's representative director Fumio Kumagai and three other former Livedoor executives, Tokyo prosecutors said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
JAPAN LIVEDOOR HORIE
RTR16I3S
February 22, 2006
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Vice President Noritaka Ochiai bow...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co President Hiramatsu and Vice President Ochiai bow at news conference...
Japanese Internet firm Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Vice President Noritaka Ochiai bow at a news conference in Tokyo February 22, 2006. Liverdoor's former CEO Takafumi Horie was arrested again on suspicion of violating a securities law. Also arrested was the company's representative director Fumio Kumagai and three other former Livedoor executives, Tokyo prosecutors said. REUTERS/Toru Hanai
HIRAMATSU
RTXO9DM
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters during a...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters during a.....
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the [company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts.]
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR1AT26
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters during a...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR1AT1T
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu and Senior Vice President Shimizu arrive at a news conference in Tokyo...
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu arrive at a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR1ASMB
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu adjusts glasses during a news conference...
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his agressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR1ASKQ
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (L) is surrounded by photographers...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (L) is surrounded by photographers as he speaks during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR1AS64
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu and Senior Vice President Shimizu arrive at a news conference in Tokyo...
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu arrive at a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR1AS5T
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu and Senior Vice President Shimizu bow deeply during a news conference...
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu bow deeply during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR165BO
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a...
Tokyo, Japan
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu adjusts glasses during a news conference...
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu adjusts his glasses during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his agressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR165AH
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters during a...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu speaks to reporters during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR165AA
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu and Senior Vice President Shimizu arrive at a news conference in Tokyo...
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu arrive at a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR165A3
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu and Senior Vice President Shimizu arrive at a news conference in Tokyo...
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu arrive at a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR1659R
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (L) is surrounded by photographers...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu speaks at a news conference in Tokyo
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (L) is surrounded by photographers as he speaks during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie, who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
JAPAN LIVEDOOR
RTR1659L
February 13, 2006
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President...
Tokyo, Japan
Livedoor Co. President Hiramatsu and Senior Vice President Shimizu bow deeply during a news conference...
Japanese Internet venture company Livedoor Co. President Kozo Hiramatsu (R) and Senior Vice President Yukihiro Shimizu bow deeply during a news conference at the company headquarters in Tokyo February 13, 2006, after the company's former chief Takafumi Horie was indicted by prosecutors. Horie who shook up corporate Japan with his aggressive business tactics, was indicted on Monday on charges of breaking securities law by spreading false information and falsifying accounts. REUTERS/Issei Kato
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