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ALSTOM-BUS/
RTS12590
March 09, 2017
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a...
Duppigheim, France
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL factory in Duppigheim near...
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a subsidiary of French manufacturer Alstom, in Duppigheim near Strasbourg, France, March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-BUS/
RTS1258Y
March 09, 2017
Henri Poupart-Lafarge (L), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom, and David Journet, Managing...
Duppigheim, France
Poupart-Lafarge, CEO of Alstom, and Journet, Managing Director of NTL, pose in front of a prototype of...
Henri Poupart-Lafarge (L), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom, and David Journet, Managing Director of NTL, pose in front of a prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a subsidiary of French manufacturer Alstom, in Duppigheim near Strasbourg, France, March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-BUS/
RTS1258X
March 09, 2017
Henri Poupart-Lafarge (L), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom, and David Journet, Managing...
Duppigheim, France
Poupart-Lafarge, CEO of Alstom, and Journet, Managing Director of NTL, pose in front of a prototype of...
Henri Poupart-Lafarge (L), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom, and David Journet, Managing Director of NTL, pose in front of a prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a subsidiary of French manufacturer Alstom, in Duppigheim near Strasbourg, France, March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-BUS/
RTS1258V
March 09, 2017
Henri Poupart-Lafarge (L), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom, and David Journet, Managing...
Duppigheim, France
Poupart-Lafarge, CEO of Alstom, and Journet, Managing Director of NTL, pose in front of a prototype of...
Henri Poupart-Lafarge (L), Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Alstom, and David Journet, Managing Director of NTL, pose in front of a prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a subsidiary of French manufacturer Alstom, in Duppigheim near Strasbourg, France, March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-BUS/
RTS1258B
March 09, 2017
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a...
Duppigheim, France
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL factory in Duppigheim near...
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a subsidiary of French manufacturer Alstom, in Duppigheim near Strasbourg, France, March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-BUS/
RTS12589
March 09, 2017
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a...
Duppigheim, France
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL factory in Duppigheim near...
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a subsidiary of French manufacturer Alstom, in Duppigheim near Strasbourg, France, March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
ALSTOM-BUS/
RTS12585
March 09, 2017
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a...
Duppigheim, France
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL factory in Duppigheim near...
A prototype of the new urban electric bus "Aptis" is presented at the NTL "New Translohr" factory, a subsidiary of French manufacturer Alstom, in Duppigheim near Strasbourg, France, March 9, 2017. REUTERS/Vincent Kessler
LIBERTY-VIRGINMEDIA/
RTR3DD9Q
February 05, 2013
Virgin Group Chairman Richard Branson is seen dangling on a rope to unveil the Virgin Mobile logo in...
Mumbai, India
File photograph shows Virgin Group Chairman Richard Branson dangling on a rope to unveil the Virgin Mobile...
Virgin Group Chairman Richard Branson is seen dangling on a rope to unveil the Virgin Mobile logo in Mumbai in this March 2, 2008 file photograph. Virgin Mobile, a unit of British communications group Virgin Media, has launched youth-focused services in India through telecom operator Tata Teleservices, officials from the companies said on Sunday. John Malone's cable group Liberty Global has approached Britain's No. 2 pay-TV operator Virgin Media, formed by the merger of cable groups Telewest and NTL and mobile operator Virgin Mobile, about making a bid for the firm, the UK group said on February 5, 2013. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/Files (INDIA - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)
NTL
RTXOL3Z
May 09, 2006
- PHOTO TAKEN 03MAY06 - NTL satellite dishes are seen at their offices in Nottingham, central England...
Nottingham, UK
- PHOTO TAKEN 03MAY06 - NTL satellite dishes are seen at their offices in Nottingham, central Englan.....
- PHOTO TAKEN 03MAY06 - NTL satellite dishes are seen at their offices in Nottingham, central England in this file photo taken April 3, 2006. [Cable company NTL reported a small first-quarter operating profit on May 9, 2006, as it announced plans to cut about 6,000 jobs by the end of 2007 following its merger with rival Telewest.]
BRITAIN
RTR1D7HC
May 09, 2006
A man inserts a NTL card into his digital receiver in central England in this file photo taken April...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
File photo of man inserting NTL card into his digital receiver in central England
A man inserts a NTL card into his digital receiver in central England in this file photo taken April 3, 2006. Cable company NTL reported a small first-quarter operating profit on May 9, 2006, as it announced plans to cut about 6,000 jobs by the end of 2007 following its merger with rival Telewest. REUTERS/Darren Staples
BRITAIN
RTR1D7H5
May 09, 2006
NTL satellite dishes are seen at their offices in Nottingham, central England in this file photo taken...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
File photo of NTL satellite dishes at their offices in Nottingham
NTL satellite dishes are seen at their offices in Nottingham, central England in this file photo taken April 3, 2006. Cable company NTL reported a small first-quarter operating profit on May 9, 2006, as it announced plans to cut about 6,000 jobs by the end of 2007 following its merger with rival Telewest. REUTERS/Darren Staples
NTL
RTXOGQ2
April 03, 2006
A man inserts a NTL card into his digital receiver in central England, April 3, 2006. Cable Television...
Nottingham, UK
A man inserts a NTL card into his digital receiver in central England, April 3, 2006. Cable Televis.....
A man inserts a NTL card into his digital receiver in central England, April 3, 2006. Cable Television group NTL is close to announcing an agreed bid for [Virgin Mobile UK], valuing Britain's fifth-largest cell phone operator at about 919 million pounds ($1.6 billion), sources close to the talks said.
NTL
RTXOGQ1
April 03, 2006
A man walks past NTL satellite dishes at their offices in Nottingham, central England, April 3, 2006....
Nottingham, UK
A man walks past NTL satellite dishes at their offices in Nottingham, central England, April 3, 2006.....
A man walks past NTL satellite dishes at their offices in Nottingham, central England, April 3, 2006. Cable Television group NTL is close to announcing an agreed bid for [Virgin Mobile UK], valuing Britain's fifth-largest cell phone operator at about 919 million pounds ($1.6 billion), sources close to the talks said.
BRITAIN
RTR1C5HY
April 03, 2006
NTL satelite dishes are seen at their offices in Nottingham, central England, April 3, 2006. Cable Television...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
NTL satelite dishes are seen at their offices in Nottingham
NTL satelite dishes are seen at their offices in Nottingham, central England, April 3, 2006. Cable Television group NTL is close to announcing an agreed bid for Virgin Mobile UK, valuing Britain's fifth-largest cell phone operator at about 919 million pounds ($1.6 billion), sources close to the talks said. REUTERS/Darren Staples
BRITAIN
RTR1C5HX
April 03, 2006
A man inserts a NTL card into his digital receiver in central England, April 3, 2006. Cable Television...
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Man inserts NTL card into his digital receiver in central England
A man inserts a NTL card into his digital receiver in central England, April 3, 2006. Cable Television group NTL is close to announcing an agreed bid for Virgin Mobile UK, valuing Britain's fifth-largest cell phone operator at about 919 million pounds ($1.6 billion), sources close to the talks said. REUTERS/Darren Staples
BRITAIN
RTR1C5HW
April 03, 2006
A man walks past NTL satellite dishes at their offices in Nottingham, central England, April 3, 2006....
Nottingham, United Kingdom
Man walks past NTL satellite dishes at their offices in Nottingham
A man walks past NTL satellite dishes at their offices in Nottingham, central England, April 3, 2006. Cable Television group NTL is close to announcing an agreed bid for Virgin Mobile UK, valuing Britain's fifth-largest cell phone operator at about 919 million pounds ($1.6 billion), sources close to the talks said. REUTERS/Darren Staples
CHINA
RTXO1BR
December 05, 2005
Richard Branson (C), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in...
Shanghai, China
Richard Branson (C), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in.....
Richard Branson (C), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in Shanghai December 5, 2005. Branson said on Monday a report in the [British media] on the sale of the mobile operator to British cable company NTL Inc. was "not too far off what may be happening." According to the report, Virgin Mobile was expected to confirm it has received an offer from NTL, but the mobile operator's directors were not prepared to accept the offer price of 323 pence per share.
CHINA
RTXO1BQ
December 05, 2005
Richard Branson (R), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in...
Shanghai, China
Richard Branson (R), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in.....
Richard Branson (R), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in Shanghai December 5, 2005. Branson said on Monday a report in the [British media] on the sale of the mobile operator to British cable company NTL Inc. was "not too far off what may be happening." According to the report, Virgin Mobile was expected to confirm it has received an offer from NTL, but the mobile operator's directors were not prepared to accept the offer price of 323 pence per share.
TELECOMS CHINA BRANSON
RTR1A5JN
December 05, 2005
Richard Branson, Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, gestures during a news conference in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner Branson gestures during a news conference in Shanghai
Richard Branson, Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, gestures during a news conference in Shanghai December 5, 2005. Branson said on Monday a report in the British media on the sale of the mobile operator to British cable company NTL Inc. was "not too far off what may be happening." According to the report, Virgin Mobile was expected to confirm it has received an offer from NTL, but the mobile operator's directors were not prepared to accept the offer price of 323 pence per share. REUTERS/ Nir Elias
TELECOMS CHINA BRANSON
RTR1A5JA
December 05, 2005
Richard Branson (R), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in...
Shanghai, China
Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner Branson poses at the end of a news conference in Shanghai
Richard Branson (R), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in Shanghai December 5, 2005. Branson said on Monday a report in the British media on the sale of the mobile operator to British cable company NTL Inc. was "not too far off what may be happening." According to the report, Virgin Mobile was expected to confirm it has received an offer from NTL, but the mobile operator's directors were not prepared to accept the offer price of 323 pence per share. REUTERS/ Nir Elias
TELECOMS CHINA BRANSON
RTR1A5J4
December 05, 2005
Richard Branson, Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, gestures at the end of a news conference in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner Branson gestures at the end of a news conference in Shanghai
Richard Branson, Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, gestures at the end of a news conference in Shanghai December 5, 2005. Branson said on Monday a report in the British media on the sale of the mobile operator to British cable company NTL Inc. was "not too far off what may be happening." According to the report, Virgin Mobile was expected to confirm it has received an offer from NTL, but the mobile operator's directors were not prepared to accept the offer price of 323 pence per share. REUTERS/ Nir Elias
TELECOMS CHINA BRANSON
RTR1A5IR
December 05, 2005
Richard Branson (C), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in...
Shanghai, China
Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner Branson poses at the end of a news conference in Shanghai
Richard Branson (C), Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, poses at the end of a news conference in Shanghai December 5, 2005. Branson said on Monday a report in the British media on the sale of the mobile operator to British cable company NTL Inc. was "not too far off what may be happening." According to the report, Virgin Mobile was expected to confirm it has received an offer from NTL, but the mobile operator's directors were not prepared to accept the offer price of 323 pence per share. REUTERS/Nir Elias
TELECOMS CHINA BRANSON
RTR1A5IG
December 05, 2005
Richard Branson, Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, gestures during a news conference in Shanghai...
Shanghai, China
Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner Branson gestures during a news conference in Shanghai
Richard Branson, Virgin Mobile Holdings majority owner, gestures during a news conference in Shanghai December 5, 2005. Branson said on Monday a report in the British media on the sale of the mobile operator to British cable company NTL Inc. was "not too far off what may be happening." According to the report, Virgin Mobile was expected to confirm it has received an offer from NTL, but the mobile operator's directors were not prepared to accept the offer price of 323 pence per share. REUTERS/ Nir Elias
FRANCE EU
RTRBJLU
December 02, 2000
Netherlands Prime Minister Wim Kok (R) and French President Jacques Chirac (L) pose as they enter the...
The Hague, Netherlands
FRENCH PRESIDENT JACQUES CHIRAC MEETS NETHERLANDS PRIME MINISTER WIM KOK IN THE HAGUE.
Netherlands Prime Minister Wim Kok (R) and French President Jacques Chirac (L) pose as they enter the Binnenhof prior to a meeting in The Hague, Netherlands December 2, 2000.

PW/
BRITAIN
RTR1ZUF
March 07, 2000
Chief Executive of communications company NTL, Barclay Knapp poses with a laptop computer advertising...
London, United Kingdom of Great Britain
BARCLAY KNAPP OF NTL ANNOUNCES FREE INTERNET ACCESS.
Chief Executive of communications company NTL, Barclay Knapp poses with a laptop computer advertising the launch date of NTL's free internet access, March 7. NTL is offering its telephone customers unlimited access to the internet via home computers from April 17.

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