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FRANCE-TECH/
RTX7Z7K7
October 01, 2020
Xavier Niel, founder of French broadband Internet provider Iliad, wearing a protective face mask, adjusts...
Paris, France
The annual tech conference "Inno Generation"organized by Bpifrance in Paris
Xavier Niel, founder of French broadband Internet provider Iliad, wearing a protective face mask, adjusts his glasses as he attends the annual tech conference "Inno Generation" organized by French investment bank Bpifrance in Paris, France, October 1, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/Pool
FRANCE-TECH/
RTX7Z794
October 01, 2020
Xavier Niel, founder of French broadband Internet provider Iliad, attends the annual tech conference...
Paris, France
The annual tech conference "Inno Generation"organized by Bpifrance in Paris
Xavier Niel, founder of French broadband Internet provider Iliad, attends the annual tech conference "Inno Generation" organized by French investment bank Bpifrance in Paris, France, October 1, 2020. REUTERS/Gonzalo Fuentes/Pool
HONGKONG-ANNIVERSARY/TIMELINE
RTS18YZS
June 28, 2017
Investors queue up at HSBC bank in Hong Kong to apply to buy shares in tom.com, a new startup controlled...
Hong Kong, China
Anniversary: Hong Kong: 20 years since the end of British rule
Investors queue up at HSBC bank in Hong Kong to apply to buy shares in tom.com, a new startup controlled by billionaire tycoon Li Ka-shing, February 23, 2000. Conceived during the dot.com craze as a pure Internet portal firm, tom.com raised nearly $100 million in a hugely oversubscribed initial public offering in early 2000 Ð just as the Internet bubble was about to burst. The firm would go on an acquisition spree and later change its name to TOM Group. REUTERS/Bobby Yip/File photo SEARCH "HONGKONG TIMELINE" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES.
SAMSUNG-APPLE/PAYMENT
RTX2HHIM
June 21, 2016
An Apple iPhone 6 with Apple Pay is shown in this photo illustration in Encinitas, California, U.S. June...
Encinitas, UNITED STATES
An Apple iPhone 6 with Apple Pay is shown in this photo illustration in Encinitas, California
An Apple iPhone 6 with Apple Pay is shown in this photo illustration in Encinitas, California, U.S. June 3, 2015. REUTERS/Mike Blake/File Photo
APPLE-PAYMENT/CHINA
RTX27FOS
February 17, 2016
Employees use an Apple iPhone to demonstrate to reporters how to pay using Apple Pay service at an Apple...
Beijing, China
Employees use an Apple iPhone to demonstrate the Apple Pay service in Beijing
Employees use an Apple iPhone to demonstrate to reporters how to pay using Apple Pay service at an Apple store in Beijing, China, February 17, 2016. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
FORTUNE-CONFERENCE/
RTX1UHB0
November 03, 2015
John Stumpf, President and CEO of Wells Fargo, participates in a panel at the 2015 Fortune Global Forum...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
John Stumpf, President and CEO of Wells Fargo, participates in a panel at the 2015 Fortune Global Forum...
John Stumpf, President and CEO of Wells Fargo, participates in a panel at the 2015 Fortune Global Forum in San Francisco, California November 2, 2015. REUTERS/Elijah Nouvelage
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5AL3
October 20, 2015
Palestinian protesters use slings to hurl stones towards Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protesters use slings to hurl stones towards Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish...
Palestinian protesters use slings to hurl stones towards Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5AKD
October 20, 2015
Israeli border police take position during clashes with Palestinian protesters near the Jewish settlement...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Israeli border police take position during clashes with Palestinian protesters near the Jewish settlement...
Israeli border police take position during clashes with Palestinian protesters near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5AI1
October 20, 2015
A Palestinian protester rolls a tyre to be burnt during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protester rolls a tyre to be burnt during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
A Palestinian protester rolls a tyre to be burnt during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5AFV
October 20, 2015
A Palestinian protester drags a burning tyre during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protester drags a burning tyre during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
A Palestinian protester drags a burning tyre during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5AFR
October 20, 2015
A Palestinian protester uses a sling to hurl stones towards Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protester uses a sling to hurl stones towards Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish...
A Palestinian protester uses a sling to hurl stones towards Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5AED
October 20, 2015
A wounded Palestinian protester is evacuated during clashes with the Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Wounded Palestinian protester is evacuated during clashes with the Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
A wounded Palestinian protester is evacuated during clashes with the Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5ADL
October 20, 2015
A Palestinian protester rolls a tyre to be burnt during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protester rolls a tyre to be burnt during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
A Palestinian protester rolls a tyre to be burnt during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5ADJ
October 20, 2015
A Palestinian protester walks with crutches during clashes with the Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protester walks with crutches during clashes with the Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement...
A Palestinian protester walks with crutches during clashes with the Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5ACV
October 20, 2015
Palestinian protesters roll a tyre to be burnt during clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank city...
Hebron, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protesters roll a tyre to be burnt during clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank city...
Palestinian protesters roll a tyre to be burnt during clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank city of Hebron October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Mussa Qawasma
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5ACU
October 20, 2015
A Palestinian protester drags a burning tyre during clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank city...
Hebron, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protester drags a burning tyre during clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank city of...
A Palestinian protester drags a burning tyre during clashes with Israeli troops in the West Bank city of Hebron October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Mussa Qawasma
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5ACS
October 20, 2015
A Palestinian protester takes cover during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement of...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protester takes cover during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement of Bet...
A Palestinian protester takes cover during clashes with Israeli troops near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5ACR
October 20, 2015
A Palestinian protester uses a sling to hurl stones towards Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protester uses a sling to hurl stones towards Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish...
A Palestinian protester uses a sling to hurl stones towards Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
ISRAEL-PALESTINIANS/
RTS5ACM
October 20, 2015
A Palestinian protester hurls stones at Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish settlement of Bet...
Ramallah, Palestinian Territories
Palestinian protester hurls stones at Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish settlement of Bet...
A Palestinian protester hurls stones at Israeli troops during clashes near the Jewish settlement of Bet El, near the West Bank city of Ramallah October 20, 2015. A three-week-old uprising by knife-wielding, Internet-generation teenagers against Israelis has left 80-year-old Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas looking like yesterday's man, unable either to oppose the violence or openly endorse it. REUTERS/Ammar Awad
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1TPQ
September 19, 2015
A man repairs his tricycle in Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations...
Havana, Cuba
Man repairs his tricycle in Havana
A man repairs his tricycle in Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, September 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1TPP
September 19, 2015
A boy holds a portable video player as he walks with his mother in Havana September 18, 2015. The United...
Havana, Cuba
Boy holds a portable video player as he walks with his mother in Havana
A boy holds a portable video player as he walks with his mother in Havana September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, September 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1TOI
September 18, 2015
People take pictures with the Vatican (L) and Cuban flags in front of the The Cathedral of The Virgin...
Havana, Cuba
People take pictures with the Vatican and Cuban flags in front of the The Cathedral of The Virgin Mary...
People take pictures with the Vatican (L) and Cuban flags in front of the The Cathedral of The Virgin Mary of the Immaculate Conception in Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, September 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. The announcement came just as Pope Francis, who played an instrumental role in the diplomatic opening late last year, prepares to visit Cuba this weekend before heading to the United State next week. The Vatican has long condemned the embargo against Cuba. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1T9M
September 18, 2015
A man wears a t-shirt with an image of Cuban revolutionary hero Ernesto "Che" Guevara and a sticker advertising...
Havana, Cuba
A man wears a t-shirt with an image of Cuban revolutionary hero Ernesto "Che" Guevara and a sticker advertising...
A man wears a t-shirt with an image of Cuban revolutionary hero Ernesto "Che" Guevara and a sticker advertising the visit of Pope Francis to Cuba, Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, Sept. 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. The announcement came just as Pope Francis, who played an instrumental role in the diplomatic opening late last year, prepares to visit Cuba this weekend before heading to the United State next week. The Vatican has long condemned the embargo against Cuba. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1T4X
September 18, 2015
People fish near the port in Havana September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations...
Havana, Cuba
People fish near the port in Havana
People fish near the port in Havana September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, September 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1SVE
September 18, 2015
A woman passes by a poster advertising the visit of Pope Francis to Cuba in Havana, September 18, 2015....
Havana, Cuba
A woman passes by a poster advertising the visit of Pope Francis to Cuba in Havana
A woman passes by a poster advertising the visit of Pope Francis to Cuba in Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, Sept. 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. The announcement came just as Pope Francis, who played an instrumental role in the diplomatic opening late last year, prepares to visit Cuba this weekend before heading to the United State next week. The Vatican has long condemned the embargo against Cuba. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1SGS
September 18, 2015
Informatics student William Campos, 18, sits on a rock as he uses the internet with his mobile phone...
Havana, Cuba
Informatics student William Campos, 18, sits on a rock as he uses the internet with his mobile phone...
Informatics student William Campos, 18, sits on a rock as he uses the internet with his mobile phone in Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, Sept. 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1SGP
September 18, 2015
A pedicab driver holds a fan with an image of Pope Francis as he speaks to a colleague in Havana, September...
Havana, Cuba
A pedicab driver holds a fan with an image of Pope Francis as he speaks to a colleague in Havana
A pedicab driver holds a fan with an image of Pope Francis as he speaks to a colleague in Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, Sept. 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. The announcement came just as Pope Francis, who played an instrumental role in the diplomatic opening late last year, prepares to visit Cuba this weekend before heading to the United State next week. The Vatican has long condemned the embargo against Cuba. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1SGM
September 18, 2015
Waiter Denis Sosa, 33, (R), uses his mobile phone to connect to the internet under an outdoor sign with...
Havana, Cuba
Waiter Denis Sosa, 33, uses his mobile phone under an outdoor sign in Havana
Waiter Denis Sosa, 33, (R), uses his mobile phone to connect to the internet under an outdoor sign with images of Cuban late rebel revolutionary Camilo Cienfuegos (C), revolutionary hero Ernesto "Che" Guevara (R) and cofounder of the first Communist Party of Cuba, Julio Antonio Mella, with messages reading "There are plenty of reasons to win", Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, Sept. 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1S8S
September 18, 2015
People use telephones in Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing...
Havana, Cuba
People use telephones in Havana
People use telephones in Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, Sept. 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1S8E
September 18, 2015
People wait to enter a store of Cuba's state-run telecommunications provider ETECSA in Havana, September...
Havana, Cuba
People wait to enter a store of Cuba's state-run telecommunications provider ETECSA in Havana
People wait to enter a store of Cuba's state-run telecommunications provider ETECSA in Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, Sept. 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1S8C
September 18, 2015
Waiter Denis Sosa, 33, (R), uses his mobile phone to connect to the internet under an outdoor sign with...
Havana, Cuba
Waiter Denis Sosa, 33, uses his mobile phone to connect to the internet under an outdoor sign in Havana...
Waiter Denis Sosa, 33, (R), uses his mobile phone to connect to the internet under an outdoor sign with images of Cuban late rebel revolutionary Camilo Cienfuegos (C), revolutionary hero Ernesto "Che" Guevara (R) and co-founder of the first Communist Party of Cuba, Julio Antonio Mella, with messages reading "Long live free Cuba", Havana, September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, Sept. 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Alexandre Meneghini
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1S59
September 18, 2015
Workers fix a building and a sidewalk in Havana September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued...
Havana, Cuba
Workers fix a building and a sidewalk in Havana
Workers fix a building and a sidewalk in Havana September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, September 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1S36
September 18, 2015
A photograph of Cuba's President Raul Castro hangs next to samples of basic products like rice, sugar...
Havana, Cuba
A photograph of Cuba's President Raul Castro hangs next to samples of basic products like rice, sugar...
A photograph of Cuba's President Raul Castro hangs next to samples of basic products like rice, sugar and oil that are on sale at a subsidised state store, or "bodega", where Cubans can buy with a ration book they receive annually from the government in Havana September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, September 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1S32
September 18, 2015
A man looks into a plastic bag while standing inside a subsidised state store, or "bodega", where Cubans...
Havana, Cuba
A man looks into a plastic bag while standing inside a subsidised state store, or "bodega", where Cubans...
A man looks into a plastic bag while standing inside a subsidised state store, or "bodega", where Cubans can buy basic products with a ration book they receive annually from the government in Havana September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, September 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1S2Z
September 18, 2015
Workers fix a sidewalk near the Capitol building which is undergoing restoration work in Havana September...
Havana, Cuba
Workers fix a sidewalk near the Capitol building which is undergoing restoration work in Havana
Workers fix a sidewalk near the Capitol building which is undergoing restoration work in Havana September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, September 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
CUBA-USA/TRADE
RTS1RXX
September 18, 2015
A man walks past a subsidised state store, or "bodega", where Cubans can buy basic products with a ration...
Havana, Cuba
A man walks past a subsidised state store where Cubans can buy basic products with a ration book they...
A man walks past a subsidised state store, or "bodega", where Cubans can buy basic products with a ration book they receive annually from the government in Havana September 18, 2015. The United States on Friday issued regulations easing restrictions on American companies seeking to do business in Cuba and opening up travel in the latest action to weaken the U.S. trade embargo amid warming relations with the Communist country. The rules, which take effect on Monday, Sept. 21, target travel, telecommunications, Internet-based services, business operations and banking, and allow U.S. companies to establish a presence in Cuba. They also eliminate limits on the amount of money people can send back to the Caribbean nation. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins
EUROZONE-GREECE/BARTER
RTX1MADS
July 29, 2015
Mermix founder Christos Stamatis sits in his office in Lamia, Greece July 27, 2015. A rising number of...
Lamia, Greece
Mermix founder Christos Stamatis sits in his office in Lamia, Greece
Mermix founder Christos Stamatis sits in his office in Lamia, Greece July 27, 2015. A rising number of Greeks in rural areas are swapping goods and services in cashless transactions since the government shut down banks on June 28 for three weeks, restricted cash withdrawals and banned transfers abroad to halt a run on deposits and prevent a collapse of the banks. Among Internet-based companies that allow barter is Mermix, a website that allows farmers to share heavy machinery in return for cash or cashless barter transactions. Set up three months ago, the platform has around 100 farmers registered on it and expects to break even within two years as business grows, says Stamatis, who also heads an agricultural union in Lamia. Picture taken July 27. REUTERS/Lefteris Karagiannopoulos
USA-BITCOIN/
RTX1M6ED
July 28, 2015
A Bitcoin logo is displayed on a screen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Bitcoin logo is displayed on a screen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial...
A Bitcoin logo is displayed on a screen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-BITCOIN/
RTX1M6E8
July 28, 2015
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-BITCOIN/
RTX1M6E3
July 28, 2015
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-BITCOIN/
RTX1M6DZ
July 28, 2015
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-BITCOIN/
RTX1M6DX
July 28, 2015
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district
A Bitcoin logo is displayed at the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-BITCOIN/
RTX1M6DR
July 28, 2015
A Bitcoin ATM is seen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28,...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Bitcoin ATM is seen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district
A Bitcoin ATM is seen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-BITCOIN/
RTX1M6DQ
July 28, 2015
A Bitcoin ATM is seen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28,...
New York, UNITED STATES
A Bitcoin ATM is seen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district
A Bitcoin ATM is seen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-BITCOIN/
RTX1M6DP
July 28, 2015
A screen for a Bitcoin ATM is seen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district...
New York, UNITED STATES
A screen for a Bitcoin ATM is seen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district...
A screen for a Bitcoin ATM is seen inside the Bitcoin Center New York City in New York's financial district July 28, 2015. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
ALIBABA-BANKING/
RTR4YVLA
June 25, 2015
A woman attends the opening ceremony for MYbank in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China June 25, 2015....
Hangzhou, China
Woman attends the opening ceremony for MYbank in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China
A woman attends the opening ceremony for MYbank in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China June 25, 2015. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's financial affiliate launched on Thursday Internet bank MYbank, targeting the small- and medium-sized Chinese enterprises that have struggled to obtain credit from major financial institutions. REUTERS/Aly Song
ALIBABA-BANKING/
RTR4YVA2
June 25, 2015
People attend a opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province June 25, 2015. Alibaba Group...
Hangzhou, China
People attend a opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou
People attend a opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province June 25, 2015. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's financial affiliate launched on Thursday Internet bank MYbank, targeting the small- and medium-sized Chinese enterprises that have struggled to obtain credit from major financial institutions. REUTERS/Aly Song
ALIBABA-BANKING/
RTR4YV9X
June 25, 2015
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma attends a opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou, Zhejiang...
Hangzhou, China
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma attends a opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma attends a opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province June 25, 2015. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's financial affiliate launched on Thursday Internet bank MYbank, targeting the small- and medium-sized Chinese enterprises that have struggled to obtain credit from major financial institutions. REUTERS/Aly Song
ALIBABA-BANKING/
RTR4YV86
June 25, 2015
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma speaks during the opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou,...
Hangzhou, China
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma speaks during the opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou,...
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma speaks during the opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China June 25, 2015. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's financial affiliate launched on Thursday Internet bank MYbank, targeting the small- and medium-sized Chinese enterprises that have struggled to obtain credit from major financial institutions. REUTERS/Aly Song
ALIBABA-BANKING/
RTR4YV7F
June 25, 2015
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma speaks during the opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou,...
Hangzhou, China
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma speaks during the opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou
Alibaba Group's Executive Chairman Jack Ma speaks during the opening ceremony of MYbank in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, China June 25, 2015. Alibaba Group Holding Ltd's financial affiliate launched on Thursday Internet bank MYbank, targeting the small- and medium-sized Chinese enterprises that have struggled to obtain credit from major financial institutions. REUTERS/Aly Song
SOFTBANK-RESULTS/ARORA
RTX1CEPZ
May 11, 2015
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son (L) and Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son and Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and...
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son (L) and Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and currently SoftBank Vice Chairman, leave a news conference in Tokyo May 11, 2015. Son said on Monday that Vice Chairman Nikesh Arora was a strong candidate to lead the Japanese telecommunications and Internet conglomerate in the future. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SOFTBANK-RESULTS/ARORA
RTX1CEPC
May 11, 2015
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son (L) and Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son and Nikesh Arora, current SoftBank vice chairman, look on...
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son (L) and Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and current SoftBank vice chairman, look on at a news conference in Tokyo May 11, 2015. Son said on Monday that Vice Chairman Arora was a strong candidate to lead the Japanese telecommunications and Internet conglomerate in the future. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SOFTBANK-RESULTS/ARORA
RTX1CELB
May 11, 2015
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference as the screen shows a picture...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Son speaks during a news conference as the screen shows a picture of Arora,...
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference as the screen shows a picture of Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and current SoftBank vice chairman, in Tokyo May 11, 2015. Son said on Monday that Vice Chairman Arora was a strong candidate to lead the Japanese telecommunications and Internet conglomerate in the future. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SOFTBANK-RESULTS/ARORA
RTX1CEL8
May 11, 2015
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference as the screen shows a picture...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Son speaks during a news conference as the screen shows a picture of Arora,...
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference as the screen shows a picture of Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and current SoftBank vice chairman, in Tokyo May 11, 2015. Son said on Monday that Vice Chairman Arora was a strong candidate to lead the Japanese telecommunications and Internet conglomerate in the future. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SOFTBANK-RESULTS/ARORA
RTX1CEL7
May 11, 2015
Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and current SoftBank Corp. vice chairman, attends...
Tokyo, Japan
Arora, current SoftBank Corp. vice chairman, attends a news conference in Tokyo
Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and current SoftBank Corp. vice chairman, attends a news conference in Tokyo May 11, 2015. SoftBank Corp Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said on Monday that Vice Chairman Arora was a strong candidate to lead the Japanese telecommunications and Internet conglomerate in the future. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SOFTBANK-RESULTS/ARORA
RTX1CEL5
May 11, 2015
Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and current SoftBank Corp. vice chairman, attends...
Tokyo, Japan
Arora, current SoftBank Corp. vice chairman, attends a news conference in Tokyo
Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and current SoftBank Corp. vice chairman, attends a news conference in Tokyo May 11, 2015. SoftBank Corp Chief Executive Masayoshi Son said on Monday that Vice Chairman Arora was a strong candidate to lead the Japanese telecommunications and Internet conglomerate in the future. REUTERS/Issei Kato
SOFTBANK-RESULTS/ARORA
RTX1CEKO
May 11, 2015
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference as the screen shows a picture...
Tokyo, Japan
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Son speaks during a news conference as the screen shows a picture of Arora,...
SoftBank Corp. Chief Executive Masayoshi Son speaks during a news conference as the screen shows a picture of Nikesh Arora, former Google chief business officer and current SoftBank vice chairman, in Tokyo May 11, 2015. Son said on Monday that Vice Chairman Arora was a strong candidate to lead the Japanese telecommunications and Internet conglomerate in the future. REUTERS/Issei Kato TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX1ABEG
April 26, 2015
SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named "Pepper" takes a "selfie" photo with a large robot (L in background)...
Makuhari, Japan
SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named "Pepper" takes a "selfie" photo with a large robot and its application...
SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named "Pepper" takes a "selfie" photo with a large robot (L in background) from the Japanese live action film series "The Next Generation - PatLabor" and its application designer (R) at a booth during Niconico Chokaigi 2015 in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, Japan April 26, 2015. About 150,000 people visited the annual two-day fan event showcasing more than a hundred booths of Japanese subcultures made popular through Niconico - Japan's internet video sharing web portal. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX1ABCY
April 26, 2015
SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named "Pepper" plays a video game against a visitor at a booth during...
Makuhari, Japan
SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named "Pepper" plays a video game against a visitor at a booth during...
SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named "Pepper" plays a video game against a visitor at a booth during Niconico Chokaigi 2015 in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, Japan April 26, 2015. About 150,000 people visited the annual two-day fan event showcasing more than a hundred booths of Japanese subcultures made popular through Niconico - Japan's internet video sharing web portal. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
JAPAN-ODDLY/
RTX1ABCE
April 26, 2015
Visitors take pictures of SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named "Pepper" dressed as a shrine maiden as...
Makuhari, Japan
Visitors take pictures of SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named "Pepper" dressed as a shrine maiden as...
Visitors take pictures of SoftBank Corp's humanoid robot named "Pepper" dressed as a shrine maiden as it "purifies" them at a booth during Niconico Chokaigi 2015 in Makuhari, east of Tokyo, Japan April 26, 2015. About 150,000 people visited the annual two-day fan event showcasing more than a hundred booths of Japanese subcultures made popular through Niconico - Japan's internet video sharing web portal. REUTERS/Yuya Shino
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