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GERMANY-PHOTOGRAPHY/
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September 15, 2014
A model poses with a Olympus 'PEN E PL7' camera on the press day of the world's largest fair for imaging...
Cologne, Germany
A model poses with a Olympus 'PEN E PL7' camera on the press day of the world's largest fair for imaging...
A model poses with a Olympus 'PEN E PL7' camera on the press day of the world's largest fair for imaging in Cologne September 15, 2014. More than 1,000 exhibitors from 51 countries will show their latest products at the Photokina 2014 from September 16-21. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)
WOODFORD-OLYMPUS/MOVIE
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November 26, 2012
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford speaks with a Reuters reporter in London November...
London, United Kingdom
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford speaks with a Reuters reporter in London
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford speaks with a Reuters reporter in London November 22, 2012. Picture taken November 22, 2012. Woodford, the former CEO-turned whistleblower of Japan's Olympus, is close to signing a movie deal with the British film production company run by the sons of spy thriller author John le Carré. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
WOODFORD-OLYMPUS/MOVIE
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November 26, 2012
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses in London November 22, 2012. Picture taken November...
London, United Kingdom
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses in London
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses in London November 22, 2012. Picture taken November 22, 2012. Woodford, the former CEO-turned whistleblower of Japan's Olympus, is close to signing a movie deal with the British film production company run by the sons of spy thriller author John le Carré. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
WOODFORD-OLYMPUS/MOVIE
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November 26, 2012
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford speaks with a Reuters reporters in London November...
London, United Kingdom
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford speaks with a Reuters reporters in London
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford speaks with a Reuters reporters in London November 22, 2012. Picture taken November 22, 2012. Woodford, the former CEO-turned whistleblower of Japan's Olympus, is close to signing a movie deal with the British film production company run by the sons of spy thriller author John le Carré. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
WOODFORD-OLYMPUS/MOVIE
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November 26, 2012
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses in London November 22, 2012. Picture taken November...
London, United Kingdom
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses in London
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses in London November 22, 2012. Picture taken November 22, 2012. Woodford, the former CEO-turned whistleblower of Japan's Olympus, is close to signing a movie deal with the British film production company run by the sons of spy thriller author John le Carré. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
WOODFORD-OLYMPUS/MOVIE
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November 26, 2012
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses with his book "Exposure" in London November...
London, United Kingdom
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses with his book "Exposure" in London
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses with his book "Exposure" in London November 22, 2012. Picture taken November 22, 2012. Woodford, the former CEO-turned whistleblower of Japan's Olympus, is close to signing a movie deal with the British film production company run by the sons of spy thriller author John le Carré. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
WOODFORD-OLYMPUS/MOVIE
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November 26, 2012
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses with his book "Exposure" in London November...
London, United Kingdom
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses with his book "Exposure" in London
Former CEO at Olympus Corporation Michael Woodford poses with his book "Exposure" in London November 22, 2012. Picture taken November 22, 2012. Woodford, the former CEO-turned whistleblower of Japan's Olympus, is close to signing a movie deal with the British film production company run by the sons of spy thriller author John le Carré. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS)
OLYMPUS-WOODFORD/LAWSUIT
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May 28, 2012
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London...
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London May 28, 2012. Woodford, the ousted chief executive of Olympus, will try to persuade a London judge his embattled former employer fired him because he blew the cover off one of Japan's most high-profile corporate frauds. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
OLYMPUS-WOODFORD/LAWSUIT
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May 28, 2012
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London...
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London May 28, 2012. Woodford, the ousted chief executive of Olympus, will try to persuade a London judge his embattled former employer fired him because he blew the cover off one of Japan's most high-profile corporate frauds. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
OLYMPUS-WOODFORD/LAWSUIT
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May 28, 2012
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London...
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London May 28, 2012. Woodford, the ousted chief executive of Olympus, will try to persuade a London judge his embattled former employer fired him because he blew the cover off one of Japan's most high-profile corporate frauds. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
OLYMPUS-WOODFORD/LAWSUIT
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May 28, 2012
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London...
Former Olympus chief executive Michael Woodford leaves the East London Tribunal Service in east London May 28, 2012. Woodford, the ousted chief executive of Olympus, will try to persuade a London judge his embattled former employer fired him because he blew the cover off one of Japan's most high-profile corporate frauds. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS POLITICS)
OLYMPUS/EGM
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April 20, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford (C) speaks to the media after attending Olympus Corp's...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Olympus President and CEO Woodford speaks to media after attending Olympus Corp's extraordinary...
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford (C) speaks to the media after attending Olympus Corp's extraordinary shareholder meeting in Tokyo April 20, 2012. Shareholders of Olympus Corp voted in a new board on Friday but Woodford, whose dismissal six months ago unveiled the biggest scandal in corporate Japan for decades, threatened to have the result annulled. Woodford was sacked by Olympus in October after he queried staggeringly high advisory fees paid in past acquisitions, triggering a probe that uncovered a $1.7 billion accounting fraud stretching back over more than a decade. Olympus said then it fired Woodford for "gross misconduct". REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS MEDIA)
OLYMPUS/EGM
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April 20, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford reacts as he speaks to the media after attending Olympus...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Olympus President and CEO Woodford reacts as he speaks to media after attending Olympus Corp's...
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford reacts as he speaks to the media after attending Olympus Corp's extraordinary shareholder meeting in Tokyo April 20, 2012. Shareholders of Olympus Corp voted in a new board on Friday but Woodford, whose dismissal six months ago unveiled the biggest scandal in corporate Japan for decades, threatened to have the result annulled. Woodford was sacked by Olympus in October after he queried staggeringly high advisory fees paid in past acquisitions, triggering a probe that uncovered a $1.7 billion accounting fraud stretching back over more than a decade. Olympus said then it fired Woodford for "gross misconduct". REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
OLYMPUS/EGM
RTR30YZR
April 20, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford reacts as he speaks to the media after attending Olympus...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Olympus President and CEO Woodford reacts as he speaks to media after attending Olympus Corp's...
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford reacts as he speaks to the media after attending Olympus Corp's extraordinary shareholder meeting in Tokyo April 20, 2012. Shareholders of Olympus Corp voted in a new board on Friday but Woodford, whose dismissal six months ago unveiled the biggest scandal in corporate Japan for decades, threatened to have the result annulled. Woodford was sacked by Olympus in October after he queried staggeringly high advisory fees paid in past acquisitions, triggering a probe that uncovered a $1.7 billion accounting fraud stretching back over more than a decade. Olympus said then it fired Woodford for "gross misconduct". REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OLYMPUS/EGM
RTR30YV2
April 20, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media before he attends Olympus Corp's...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Olympus President and CEO Woodford speaks to the media before he attends Olympus Corp's extraordinary...
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media before he attends Olympus Corp's extraordinary shareholders' meeting in Tokyo April 20, 2012. Olympus , a camera maker and the world's biggest manufacturer of endoscopes used for internal medical examinations, sacked its British CEO after he queried staggeringly high advisory fees paid in past acquisitions. In the weeks that followed, regulators uncovered a $1.7 billion accounting fraud stretching back over more than a decade. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
JAPAN/FOREIGN-CEOS
RTR30W8E
April 18, 2012
A combination of file photos show Nippon Sheet Glass Co President Craig Naylor (L) on May 18, 2010, former...
Tokyo, Japan
A combination of file photos show Naylor, Woodford and Stringer
A combination of file photos show Nippon Sheet Glass Co President Craig Naylor (L) on May 18, 2010, former CEO of Olympus, Michael Woodford (C) on November 8, 2011 and Sony Corporation Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Howard Stringer (R) on December 3, 2009. The abrupt departure of Craig Naylor, an American, as CEO of Nippon Sheet Glass Co Ltd on April18, 2012 is the latest sign of just how tough it can be as a foreign chief of a major Japanese company. Welsh-born Howard Stringer had a 6-year run as CEO of Sony Corp, but was moved aside early after a dismal run of losses left the electronics giant trailing rivals such as Apple Inc. Six months ago, another Briton, Michael Woodford, was sacked as head of camera and medical device maker Olympus after he blew the lid on dubious financial filings. REUTERS/Staff/Files (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
OLYMPUS/
RTR30JRC
April 10, 2012
A customer looks at a digital camera next to an advertisement for Olympus Corp at an electronics store...
Tokyo, Japan
A customer looks at a digital camera next to an advertisement for Olympus Corp at an electronics store...
A customer looks at a digital camera next to an advertisement for Olympus Corp at an electronics store in Tokyo April 10, 2012. A global shareholder advisory firm has urged investors in Japan's scandal-tainted Olympus Corp to refuse to accept the firm's recently restated accounts and to vote against two men nominated to lead the business out of disgrace. REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS)
OLYMPUS
RTR2ZNL7
March 21, 2012
Hiroyuki Sasa, head of Olympus's medical equipment marketing business and president-nominee, speaks at...
Tokyo, Japan
Olympus Corp's president-nominee Sasa speaks at an unveiling ceremony of its new products in Tokyo
Hiroyuki Sasa, head of Olympus's medical equipment marketing business and president-nominee, speaks at an unveiling ceremony of its new products in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Sasa said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS HEALTH)
OLYMPUS
RTR2ZNL2
March 21, 2012
Hiroyuki Sasa, head of Olympus medical equipment marketing business and president-nominee, speaks at...
Tokyo, Japan
Olympus Corp's president-nominee Sasa speaks at an unveiling ceremony of the company's new products in...
Hiroyuki Sasa, head of Olympus medical equipment marketing business and president-nominee, speaks at an unveiling ceremony of the company's new products in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Sasa said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals.REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS HEALTH)
OLYMPUS
RTR2ZNKQ
March 21, 2012
Instruments from the Olympus Thunderbeat, the world's only vessel-sealing and tissue-cutting device that...
Tokyo, Japan
Instruments from the Olympus Thunderbeat are displayed during an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo
Instruments from the Olympus Thunderbeat, the world's only vessel-sealing and tissue-cutting device that combines both advanced bipolar and ultrasonic energies, are displayed during an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Olympus Corp's president-nominee said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals.REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS HEALTH)
OLYMPUS
RTR2ZNKG
March 21, 2012
An instrument from the Olympus gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera II is placed near a piece...
Tokyo, Japan
An instrument from Olympus gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera II is seen during a demonstration...
An instrument from the Olympus gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera II is placed near a piece of chicken meat during a demonstration at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Olympus Corp's president-nominee said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
OLYMPUS
RTR2ZNK9
March 21, 2012
An Olympus logo is seen on its new gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera III at its unveiling...
Tokyo, Japan
An Olympus logo is seen on its new gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera III in Tokyo
An Olympus logo is seen on its new gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera III at its unveiling ceremony in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Olympus Corp's president-nominee said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals.REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
OLYMPUS
RTR2ZNK7
March 21, 2012
An Olympus staff demonstrates the videoscope function of Olympus current gastrointestinal endoscopy system...
Tokyo, Japan
An Olympus staff demonstrates the videoscope function of gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera...
An Olympus staff demonstrates the videoscope function of Olympus current gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera II, which is lit by a LED light, at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Olympus Corp's president-nominee said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
OLYMPUS
RTR2ZNK5
March 21, 2012
An Olympus' staff demonstrates the videoscope function of Olympus' current gastrointestinal endoscopy...
Tokyo, Japan
An Olympus' staff demonstrates the videoscope function of Olympus' current gastrointestinal endoscopy...
An Olympus' staff demonstrates the videoscope function of Olympus' current gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera II, which is lit by a LED light, at an unveiling ceremony in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Olympus Corp's president-nominee said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2ZNJR
March 21, 2012
A member of Olympus' staff demonstrates Olympus' current gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera...
Tokyo, Japan
A member of Olympus' staff demonstrates Olympus' current gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera...
A member of Olympus' staff demonstrates Olympus' current gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera II with a model of a stomach, at the new model's unveiling ceremony in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Olympus Corp's president-nominee said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN)



- Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS HEALTH)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2ZNJM
March 21, 2012
The videoscope of Olympus' new gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera III is silhouetted in front...
Tokyo, Japan
The videoscope of Olympus' new gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera III is seen at its unveiling...
The videoscope of Olympus' new gastrointestinal endoscopy system Evis Exera III is silhouetted in front of a monitor with the Olympus logo, at its unveiling ceremony in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Olympus Corp's president-nominee said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals.REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS HEALTH)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2ZNJH
March 21, 2012
A member of Olympus' staff demonstrates Axeon, the low-cost endoscopic videoscope system for emerging...
Tokyo, Japan
A member of Olympus' staff demonstrates Axeon, the low-cost endoscopic videoscope system for emerging...
A member of Olympus' staff demonstrates Axeon, the low-cost endoscopic videoscope system for emerging markets, during a photo opportunity at its unveiling ceremony in Tokyo March 21, 2012. Olympus Corp's president-nominee said on Wednesday that the medical equipment and camera maker must continue to develop its core medical business in order to rebuild after being involved in one of Japan's worst corporate scandals.REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS HEALTH)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2XYBL
February 16, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford poses for a photograph after a news conference in London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford poses for a photograph after a news conference in London...
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford poses for a photograph after a news conference in London February 16, 2012. Four months after one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals, police and prosecutors on Thursday arrested seven men, including the former president of Olympus Corp and ex-bankers, over their role in a $1.7 billion accounting fraud at the medical equipment and camera maker. The scandal was exposed in October by then-CEO Woodford, who was sacked by the Olympus board after querying dubious M&A deals later found to have been used to conceal the losses. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2XXRZ
February 16, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford poses for a photograph after a news conference in London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford poses for a photograph after a news conference in London...
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford poses for a photograph after a news conference in London February 16, 2012. Four months after one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals, police and prosecutors on Thursday arrested seven men, including the former president of Olympus Corp and ex-bankers, over their role in a $1.7 billion accounting fraud at the medical equipment and camera maker. The scandal was exposed in October by then-CEO Woodford, who was sacked by the Olympus board after querying dubious M&A deals later found to have been used to conceal the losses. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2XXR4
February 16, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media at a news conference in London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media at a news conference in London
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media at a news conference in London February 16, 2012. Four months after one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals, police and prosecutors on Thursday arrested seven men, including the former president of Olympus Corp and ex-bankers, over their role in a $1.7 billion accounting fraud at the medical equipment and camera maker. The scandal was exposed in October by then-CEO Woodford, who was sacked by the Olympus board after querying dubious M&A deals later found to have been used to conceal the losses. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2XXQS
February 16, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media at a news conference in London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media at a news conference in London
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media at a news conference in London February 16, 2012. Four months after one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals, police and prosecutors on Thursday arrested seven men, including the former president of Olympus Corp and ex-bankers, over their role in a $1.7 billion accounting fraud at the medical equipment and camera maker. The scandal was exposed in October by then-CEO Woodford, who was sacked by the Olympus board after querying dubious M&A deals later found to have been used to conceal the losses. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2XXQP
February 16, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford listens to a question at a news conference in London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford listens to a question at a news conference in London...
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford listens to a question at a news conference in London February 16, 2012. Four months after one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals, police and prosecutors on Thursday arrested seven men, including the former president of Olympus Corp and ex-bankers, over their role in a $1.7 billion accounting fraud at the medical equipment and camera maker. The scandal was exposed in October by then-CEO Woodford, who was sacked by the Olympus board after querying dubious M&A deals later found to have been used to conceal the losses. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2XXQM
February 16, 2012
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media at a news conference in London...
London, United Kingdom
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media at a news conference in London
Former Olympus President and CEO Michael Woodford speaks to the media at a news conference in London February 16, 2012. Four months after one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals, police and prosecutors on Thursday arrested seven men, including the former president of Olympus Corp and ex-bankers, over their role in a $1.7 billion accounting fraud at the medical equipment and camera maker. The scandal was exposed in October by then-CEO Woodford, who was sacked by the Olympus board after querying dubious M&A deals later found to have been used to conceal the losses. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly (BRITAIN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW SOCIETY POLITICS)
GEORGIA/
RTR2W0RA
January 08, 2012
A zebra stands in its enclosure at the zoo in Tbilisi, January 8, 2012. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili...
Tbilisi, Georgia
A zebra stands in its enclosure at the zoo in Tbilisi
A zebra stands in its enclosure at the zoo in Tbilisi, January 8, 2012. REUTERS/David Mdzinarishvili (GEORGIA - Tags: ANIMALS SOCIETY)
OLYMPUS/PROSECUTORS
RTR2VI1C
December 21, 2011
A police officer walks past the Olympus Corp headquarters in Tokyo December 21, 2011. Japanese prosecutors...
Tokyo, Japan
A police officer walks past the Olympus Corp headquarters in Tokyo
A police officer walks past the Olympus Corp headquarters in Tokyo December 21, 2011. Japanese prosecutors raided Olympus Corp and the homes of former executives on Wednesday over a $1.7 billion accounting scandal that has threatened the survival of the once-proud camera and medical equipment maker. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO CRIME LAW)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2V9G2
December 15, 2011
Former Olympus CEO Michael Woodford waves from a car window as he leaves a news conference at the Japan...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Olympus CEO Michael Woodford waves from a car window as he leaves a news conference at the Japan...
Former Olympus CEO Michael Woodford waves from a car window as he leaves a news conference at the Japan National Press Club in Tokyo December 15, 2011. Woodford said on Thursday that he has spoken with private equity firms and investment banks about recapitalizing the camera and medical equipment maker. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2V6VO
December 13, 2011
Former Olympus Corp CEO Michael Woodford speaks to reporters upon his arrival at Haneda airport in Tokyo...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Olympus Corp CEO Michael Woodford speaks to reporters upon his arrival at Haneda airport in Tokyo...
Former Olympus Corp CEO Michael Woodford speaks to reporters upon his arrival at Haneda airport in Tokyo December 13, 2011. Woodford said on Tuesday that he has a realistic chance of winning a battle for control of the scandal-hit company and that he had the support of two major shareholders. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2UWGU
December 06, 2011
Olympus Corp's digital camera is seen through a show window which bears rain drops at an electronic shop...
Tokyo, Japan
Olympus Corp's digital camera is seen through a show window which bears rain drops at an electronic shop...
Olympus Corp's digital camera is seen through a show window which bears rain drops at an electronic shop in Tokyo December 6, 2011. An independent panel issued a damning report into the $1.7 billion accounting scandal at Japan's Olympus Corp, urging legal action against executives behind the cover-up and the replacement of others who knew about it. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2UWGM
December 06, 2011
Olympus Corp's digital camera is seen through a show window which bears rain drops and reflects lights...
Tokyo, Japan
Olympus Corp's digital camera is seen through a show window which bears rain drops and reflects lights...
Olympus Corp's digital camera is seen through a show window which bears rain drops and reflects lights from traffic at an electronic shop in Tokyo December 6, 2011. An independent panel issued a damning report into the $1.7 billion accounting scandal at Japan's Olympus Corp, urging legal action against executives behind the cover-up and the replacement of others who knew about it. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2UUY3
December 05, 2011
The logo of Olympus is seen on its lens at an electronic shop in Tokyo December 5, 2011. An investigative...
Tokyo, Japan
The logo of Olympus is seen on its lens at an electronic shop in Tokyo
The logo of Olympus is seen on its lens at an electronic shop in Tokyo December 5, 2011. An investigative panel has found Japan's disgraced Olympus Corp hid up to $1.67 billion in losses from its investors, but stops short of recommending criminal charges against executives involved in the cover-up, a source said on Monday.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
OLYMPUS/
RTR2UUY2
December 05, 2011
The logo of Olympus is seen behind traffic signs outside an electronic shop in Tokyo December 5, 2011....
Tokyo, Japan
The logo of Olympus is seen behind traffic signs outside an electronic shop in Tokyo
The logo of Olympus is seen behind traffic signs outside an electronic shop in Tokyo December 5, 2011. An investigative panel has found Japan's disgraced Olympus Corp hid up to $1.67 billion in losses from its investors, but stops short of recommending criminal charges against executives involved in the cover-up, a source said on Monday.
REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
RTR2UOCJ
November 30, 2011
Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York November...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Interview OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York November 30, 2011. A six-week-long fight with Olympus Corp in one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals ever is taking its toll on the whistleblower -- Woodford. Woodford, 51, who said he had been getting only a few hours of sleep a night since the Olympus scandal broke last month, told Reuters the fight proved to be emotionally traumatizing for him and his family, and had significantly strained his finances. To match Interview OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
RTR2UOCH
November 30, 2011
Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York November...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Interview OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York November 30, 2011. A six-week-long fight with Olympus Corp in one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals ever is taking its toll on the whistleblower -- Woodford. Woodford, 51, who said he had been getting only a few hours of sleep a night since the Olympus scandal broke last month, told Reuters the fight proved to be emotionally traumatizing for him and his family, and had significantly strained his finances. To match Interview OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
RTR2UOCG
November 30, 2011
Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York November...
New York, UNITED STATES
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Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York November 30, 2011. A six-week-long fight with Olympus Corp in one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals ever is taking its toll on the whistleblower -- Woodford. Woodford, 51, who said he had been getting only a few hours of sleep a night since the Olympus scandal broke last month, told Reuters the fight proved to be emotionally traumatizing for him and his family, and had significantly strained his finances. To match Interview OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
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November 30, 2011
Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford is interviewed by Reuters in New York November 30, 2011....
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To match Interview OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford is interviewed by Reuters in New York November 30, 2011. A six-week-long fight with Olympus Corp in one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals ever is taking its toll on the whistleblower -- Woodford. Woodford, 51, who said he had been getting only a few hours of sleep a night since the Olympus scandal broke last month, told Reuters the fight proved to be emotionally traumatizing for him and his family, and had significantly strained his finances. To match Interview OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
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November 30, 2011
Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York November...
New York, UNITED STATES
To match Interview OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
Former Olympus Chief Executive Michael Woodford speaks during an interview with Reuters in New York November 30, 2011. A six-week-long fight with Olympus Corp in one of Japan's biggest corporate scandals ever is taking its toll on the whistleblower -- Woodford. Woodford, 51, who said he had been getting only a few hours of sleep a night since the Olympus scandal broke last month, told Reuters the fight proved to be emotionally traumatizing for him and his family, and had significantly strained his finances. To match Interview OLYMPUS/WOODFORD
REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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November 25, 2011
The Olympus logo on its camera is seen in this illustrative photograph taken in Tokyo November 24, 2011....
Tokyo, Japan
The Olympus logo on its camera is seen in this illustrative photograph taken in Tokyo
The Olympus logo on its camera is seen in this illustrative photograph taken in Tokyo November 24, 2011. Olympus Corp, which at first denied any wrongdoing, admitted this month it used M&A payments to help hide losses on securities investments for two decades, blaming former president and chairman Tsuyoshi Kikukawa, former vice president Hisashi Mori and internal auditor Hideo Yamada. Picture taken November 24, 2011. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS LOGO)
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November 25, 2011
A disassembled Olympus camera and its parts are seen in this illustrative photograph taken in Tokyo November...
Tokyo, Japan
A disassembled Olympus camera and its parts are seen in this illustrative photograph taken in Tokyo
A disassembled Olympus camera and its parts are seen in this illustrative photograph taken in Tokyo November 24, 2011. Olympus Corp, which at first denied any wrongdoing, admitted this month it used M&A payments to help hide losses on securities investments for two decades, blaming former president and chairman Tsuyoshi Kikukawa, former vice president Hisashi Mori and internal auditor Hideo Yamada. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS CRIME LAW)
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November 25, 2011
Former Olympus CEO Michael Woodford is seen as he speaks about an accounting scandal at the company during...
Tokyo, Japan
Former Olympus CEO Woodford is seen as he speaks at the Economist Corporate Network regarding the Olympus...
Former Olympus CEO Michael Woodford is seen as he speaks about an accounting scandal at the company during an event by at the Economist magazine in Tokyo November 24, 2011. Woodford said on Thursday he was confident Japanese authorities would fully investigate the scandal engulfing the disgraced camera maker, as he prepared for a showdown with the directors who sacked him. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN - Tags: CRIME LAW BUSINESS HEADSHOT)
OLYMPUS
RTXM7A3
September 19, 2003
Olympus Corporation presents the company's new "Ferarri Digital Model 2003", the world's first digital...
Tokyo, Japan
Olympus Corporation presents the company's new "Ferarri Digital Model 2003", the world's first digit.....
Olympus Corporation presents the company's new "Ferarri Digital Model 2003", the world's first digital camera to be officially sanctioned by Ferrari, in Tokyo September 19, 2003. [The limited edition model, with a compact high-resolution lens and four megapixel CCD, was developed to celebrate Olympus' sponsorship of the Ferrari Scuderia Formula One Racing Team. One thousand cameras will be available in Japan at the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka in October or through Olympus's homepage for 80,000 yen ($694). The company produced 10,000 limited edition cameras. ]
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September 19, 2003
Olympus Corporation presents the company's new "Ferarri Digital Model
2003", the world's first digital...
Japan
OLYMPUS PRESENTS FERRARI DIGITAL CAMERA IN TOKYO.
Olympus Corporation presents the company's new "Ferarri Digital Model
2003", the world's first digital camera to be officially sanctioned by
Ferrari, in Tokyo September 19, 2003. The limited edition model, with a
compact high-resolution lens and four megapixel CCD, was developed to
celebrate Olympus' sponsorship of the Ferrari Scuderia Formula One
Racing Team. One thousand cameras will be available in Japan at the
Formula One Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka in October or through
Olympus's homepage for 80,000 yen ($694). The company produced 10,000
limited edition cameras. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

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JAPAN
RTROXKS
September 19, 2003
An Olympus Corporation employee shows the company's new "Ferrari
Digital Model 2003", the world's first...
Tokyo, Japan
OLYMPUS EMPLOYEE SUGAHARA SHOWS OFF FERRARI DIGITAL CAMERA IN TOKYO.
An Olympus Corporation employee shows the company's new "Ferrari
Digital Model 2003", the world's first digital camera to be officially
sanctioned by car maker Ferrari, in Tokyo September 19, 2003. The
limited edition model, with a compact high-resolution lens and four
megapixel CCD, was developed to celebrate Olympus' sponsorship of the
Ferrari Scuderia Formula One Racing Team. One thousand cameras will be
available in Japan at the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka in
October or through Olympus's homepage for 80,000 yen ($694). The
company produced 10,000 limited edition cameras. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

ES/FA
JAPAN
RTR38ID
September 19, 2003
Olympus Corporation presents the company's new "Ferarri Digital Model
2003", the world's first digital...
Tokyo, Japan
OLYMPUS PRESENTS FERRARI DIGITAL CAMERA IN TOKYO.
Olympus Corporation presents the company's new "Ferarri Digital Model
2003", the world's first digital camera to be officially sanctioned by
Ferrari, in Tokyo September 19, 2003. The limited edition model, with a
compact high-resolution lens and four megapixel CCD, was developed to
celebrate Olympus' sponsorship of the Ferrari Scuderia Formula One
Racing Team. One thousand cameras will be available in Japan at the
Formula One Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka in October or through
Olympus's homepage for 80,000 yen ($694). The company produced 10,000
limited edition cameras. REUTERS/Eriko Sugita

ES/FA
OLYMPUS
RTXLSSU
February 27, 2003
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new 3.2 megapixel Camedia Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-bodied...
Tokyo, Japan
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new 3.2 megapixel Camedia Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-.....
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new 3.2 megapixel Camedia Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-bodied digital camera in the world to offer all-weather performance, in Tokyo February 27, 2003. The camera will go on sale in Japan late February for 50,000 yen (about $430) and becomes available worldwide early in March.
OLYMPUS
RTXLSST
February 27, 2003
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new3.2 megapixel Camedia Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-bodied...
Tokyo, Japan
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new3.2 megapixel Camedia Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-b.....
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new3.2 megapixel Camedia Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-bodied digital camera in the world to offer all-weather performance, in Tokyo February 27, 2003. The camera will go on sale in Japan late February for 50,000 yen (about $430) and becomes available worldwide early in March.
JAPAN
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February 27, 2003
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new3.2 megapixel Camedia
Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-bodied...
Tokyo, Japan
NEW OLYMPUS ALL WEATHER DIGITAL CAMERA DISPLAYED IN TOKYO.
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new3.2 megapixel Camedia
Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-bodied digital camera in the world to
offer all-weather performance, in Tokyo February 27, 2003. The camera
will go on sale in Japan late February for 50,000 yen (about $430) and
becomes available worldwide early in March. REUTERS/Issei Kato

IK/RCS
JAPAN
RTRJ1FC
February 27, 2003
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new 3.2 megapixel Camedia
Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-bodied...
Tokyo, Japan
NEW OLYMPUS ALL WEATHER DIGITAL CAMERA DISPLAYED IN TOKYO.
Olympus Optical Corporation unveils their new 3.2 megapixel Camedia
Mju-10 Digital, the first metal-bodied digital camera in the world to
offer all-weather performance, in Tokyo February 27, 2003. The camera
will go on sale in Japan late February for 50,000 yen (about $430) and
becomes available worldwide early in March. REUTERS/Issei Kato

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