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CHINA-UNIVERSAL/ALIBABA
RTS2RHEA 
October 17, 2019 
Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts attends a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic... 
Beijing, China 
Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort announce a strategic partnership to pioneer a next-generation... 
Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts attends a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic partnership between Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort to pioneer a next-generation theme-park experience in Beijing, China October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter REFILE - CORRECTING WORDING 
CHINA-UNIVERSAL/ALIBABA
RTS2RHE7 
October 17, 2019 
Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts attends a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic... 
Beijing, China 
Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort announce a strategic partnership to pioneer a next-generation... 
Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts attends a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic partnership between Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort to pioneer a next-generation theme-park experience in Beijing, China October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter REFILE - CORRECTING WORDING 
CHINA-UNIVERSAL/ALIBABA
RTS2RHE4 
October 17, 2019 
Chairman of Beijing Tourism Group Duan Qiang, Alibaba Group CEO Daniel Zhang and Comcast Corporation... 
Beijing, China 
Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort announce a strategic partnership to pioneer a next-generation... 
Chairman of Beijing Tourism Group Duan Qiang, Alibaba Group CEO Daniel Zhang and Comcast Corporation CEO Brian Roberts (L-R) attend a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic partnership between Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort to pioneer a next-generation theme-park experience in Beijing, China October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter REFILE - CORRECTING WORDING 
CHINA-UNIVERSAL/ALIBABA
RTS2RHE3 
October 17, 2019 
Chairman of Beijing Tourism Group Duan Qiang, Alibaba Group CEO Daniel Zhang and Comcast Corporation... 
Beijing, China 
Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort announce a strategic partnership to pioneer a next-generation... 
Chairman of Beijing Tourism Group Duan Qiang, Alibaba Group CEO Daniel Zhang and Comcast Corporation CEO Brian Roberts (L-R) attend a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic partnership between Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort to pioneer a next-generation theme-park experience in Beijing, China October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter REFILE - CORRECTING WORDING 
CHINA-UNIVERSAL/ALIBABA
RTS2RHE1 
October 17, 2019 
Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts attends a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic... 
Beijing, China 
Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort announce a strategic partnership to pioneer a next-generation... 
Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts attends a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic partnership between Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort to pioneer a next-generation theme-park experience in Beijing, China October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter REFILE - CORRECTING WORDING 
CHINA-UNIVERSAL/ALIBABA
RTS2RHE0 
October 17, 2019 
Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts attends a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic... 
Beijing, China 
Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort announce a strategic partnership to pioneer a next-generation... 
Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts attends a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic partnership between Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort to pioneer a next-generation theme-park experience in Beijing, China October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter REFILE - CORRECTING WORDING 
CHINA-UNIVERSAL/ALIBABA 
RTS2RHDZ 
October 17, 2019 
Alibaba Group Executive Chairman and CEO Daniel Zhang and Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian... 
Beijing, China 
Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort announce a strategic partnership to pioneer a next-generation... 
Alibaba Group Executive Chairman and CEO Daniel Zhang and Comcast Corporation Chairman and CEO Brian Roberts attend a ceremony marking the announcement of a strategic partnership between Alibaba Group and Universal Beijing Resort to pioneer a next-generation theme-park experience in Beijing, China - October 17, 2019. REUTERS/Thomas Peter REFILE - CORRECTING WORDING?? 
AUTOSHOW-TOKYO/
RTS1HI7E 
October 29, 2017 
Pioneer Corp's logo is pictured at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Kim... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Pioneer Corp's logo is pictured at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo 
Pioneer Corp's logo is pictured at the 45th Tokyo Motor Show in Tokyo, Japan October 27, 2017. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon 
FRANCE-ECONOMY/
RTX28J7M 
February 25, 2016 
The logo of equipment rental European leader Loxam is seen inside the company's headquarters in Paris,... 
Paris, France 
The logo of equipment rental European leader Loxam is seen inside the company's headquarters in Paris... 
The logo of equipment rental European leader Loxam is seen inside the company's headquarters in Paris, February 25, 2016. Established in 1967, the Loxam Group is a pioneer in the rental of equipment for construction and industry. REUTERS/Charles Platiau 
INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/
RTX1ZA4G 
December 18, 2015 
A car drives in front of DONG Energy's power station, which provides steam, ash and gypsum as waste products... 
Kalundborg, Denmark 
A car drives in front of DONG Energy's power station in Kalundborg 
A car drives in front of DONG Energy's power station, which provides steam, ash and gypsum as waste products to other companies for their use in Kalundborg, Denmark, November 20, 2015. As pioneers of so-called industrial symbiosis, these companies swap waste and byproducts to cut costs and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions profitably -- an approach that offers big business a financial incentive that could be crucial to nations striving to meet targets agreed at this month's global climate summit. Their success has attracted attention globally, with more than 30 corporate and municipal delegations from 20 countries visiting the town this year, including mayors from China's fast-growing Guandong province. To match story INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/ REUTERS/Sabina Zawadzki 
INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/
RTX1ZA4D 
December 18, 2015 
A bicycle for employees of Novo Nordisk company, where half of the world's insulin is produced, stands... 
Kalundborg, Denmark 
A bicycle for employees of Novo Nordisk company stands at its facility in Kalundborg 
A bicycle for employees of Novo Nordisk company, where half of the world's insulin is produced, stands at its facility in Kalundborg, Denmark, November 20, 2015. As pioneers of so-called industrial symbiosis, these companies swap waste and byproducts to cut costs and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions profitably -- an approach that offers big business a financial incentive that could be crucial to nations striving to meet targets agreed at this month's global climate summit. Their success has attracted attention globally, with more than 30 corporate and municipal delegations from 20 countries visiting the town this year, including mayors from China's fast-growing Guandong province. To match story INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/ REUTERS/Sabina Zawadzki 
INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/
RTX1ZA4C 
December 18, 2015 
Picture shows algae grown in waste water from companies Novo Nordisk and Novozymes in a facility in Kalundborg,... 
Kalundborg, Denmark 
Algae grown in waste water from companies Novo Nordisk and Novozymes in a facility in Kalundborg 
Picture shows algae grown in waste water from companies Novo Nordisk and Novozymes in a facility in Kalundborg, Denmark, November 20, 2015. The Algae can be used to clean water by eating pollutants, for fish feed or its pigments extracted for the pharmaceutical industry. As pioneers of so-called industrial symbiosis, these companies swap waste and byproducts to cut costs and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions profitably -- an approach that offers big business a financial incentive that could be crucial to nations striving to meet targets agreed at this month's global climate summit. Their success has attracted attention globally, with more than 30 corporate and municipal delegations from 20 countries visiting the town this year, including mayors from China's fast-growing Guandong province. To match story INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/ REUTERS/Sabina Zawadzki 
INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/
RTX1ZA4B 
December 18, 2015 
A general view shows DONG Energy's power station, which provides steam, ash and gypsum as waste products... 
Kalundborg, Denmark 
A general view shows DONG Energy's power station in Kalundborg 
A general view shows DONG Energy's power station, which provides steam, ash and gypsum as waste products to other companies for their use in Kalundborg, Denmark, November 20, 2015. As pioneers of so-called industrial symbiosis, these companies swap waste and byproducts to cut costs and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions profitably -- an approach that offers big business a financial incentive that could be crucial to nations striving to meet targets agreed at this month's global climate summit. Their success has attracted attention globally, with more than 30 corporate and municipal delegations from 20 countries visiting the town this year, including mayors from China's fast-growing Guandong province. To match story INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/ REUTERS/Sabina Zawadzki 
INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/
RTX1ZA4A 
December 18, 2015 
A general view shows DONG Energy's power station, which provides steam, ash and gypsum as waste products... 
Kalundborg, Denmark 
A general view shows DONG Energy's power station in Kalundborg 
A general view shows DONG Energy's power station, which provides steam, ash and gypsum as waste products to other companies for their use in Kalundborg, Denmark, November 20, 2015. As pioneers of so-called industrial symbiosis, these companies swap waste and byproducts to cut costs and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions profitably -- an approach that offers big business a financial incentive that could be crucial to nations striving to meet targets agreed at this month's global climate summit. Their success has attracted attention globally, with more than 30 corporate and municipal delegations from 20 countries visiting the town this year, including mayors from China's fast-growing Guandong province. To match story INDUSTRY-EMISSIONS/ REUTERS/Sabina Zawadzki 
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFZD 
November 02, 2015 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard gives an interview to CNBC on the floor of the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard gives an interview to CNBC on the floor of the... 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard gives an interview to CNBC on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFZC 
November 02, 2015 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard is interviewed on the floor of the New York Stock... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard is interviewed on the floor of the New York Stock... 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard is interviewed on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFZ6 
November 02, 2015 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard arrives on the floor of the New York Stock... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard arrives on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange... 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard arrives on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange with NYSE president and COO, Tom Farley (L) November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFX7 
November 02, 2015 
Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange November 2,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange 
Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. , the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFRT 
November 02, 2015 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard gives an interview to CNBC on the floor of the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard gives an interview to CNBC on the floor of the... 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard gives an interview to CNBC on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFRS 
November 02, 2015 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard gives an interview to CNBC on the floor of the... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard gives an interview to CNBC on the floor of the... 
Meg Whitman, Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard gives an interview to CNBC on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFND 
November 02, 2015 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, and company executives ring the opening... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, and company executives ring the opening... 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, and company executives ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the start of trading of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFMO 
November 02, 2015 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, and company executives ring the opening... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, and company executives ring the opening... 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, and company executives ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the start of trading of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFMJ 
November 02, 2015 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, and company executives ring the opening... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, and company executives ring the opening... 
Meg Whitman, (C) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, and company executives ring the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange to celebrate the start of trading of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFJW 
November 02, 2015 
Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange November 2,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange 
Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. , the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFGS 
November 02, 2015 
Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange November 2,... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange 
Signs for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. cover the facade of the New York Stock Exchange November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc., the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. , the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFFR 
November 02, 2015 
Barclay's specialist trader Christopher Culhane (L) shows Meg Whitman, (2nd-R) Chief Executive Officer... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Barclay's specialist Culhane shows CEO of Hewlett-Packard Whitman the price just before opening the stock... 
Barclay's specialist trader Christopher Culhane (L) shows Meg Whitman, (2nd-R) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard and Hewlett-Packard's board Chair Pat Russo (R) the price just before opening the stock for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co., on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc, the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
HP-STOCKS/
RTX1UFF8 
November 02, 2015 
Meg Whitman, (2nd R) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, looks on as the stock for Hewlett Packard... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Meg Whitman, (2nd R) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, looks on as the stock for Hewlett Packard... 
Meg Whitman, (2nd R) Chief Executive Officer of Hewlett-Packard, looks on as the stock for Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. begins trading on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange November 2, 2015. Shares of HP Inc, the legacy printer and PC business of the former Hewlett-Packard Co, soared as much as 11 percent in early trading on Monday, outpacing those of Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co, the new company that holds the tech pioneer's corporate hardware and services division. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid
USA-DRUGS/SEATTLE
RTX1CY8T 
May 14, 2015 
Shilo Murphy, executive director of the People's Harm Reduction Alliance, the nation's largest needle-exchange... 
Seattle, UNITED STATES 
Murphy, executive director of the People's Harm Reduction Alliance, the nation's largest needle-exchange... 
Shilo Murphy, executive director of the People's Harm Reduction Alliance, the nation's largest needle-exchange program, wears a shirt and jacket with their logos in Seattle, Washington April 30, 2015. The People's Harm Reduction Alliance launched its free meth pipe program, which is pioneering but illegal, in March after learning from its own survey that 80 percent of area meth users would be less likely to inject drugs if given access to pipes. The theory behind the Alliance's handout program is that giving meth pipes to drug users may steer some away from needles, which are far riskier than smoking, especially if the user is sharing with another person infected with HIV or hepatitis C. There is little scientific evidence to support that claim, but the Alliance, a privately funded needle-swap group run by drug users, said it has distributed more than 1,000 pipes in Seattle in a matter of weeks and could expand to other cities in Washington state and Oregon. Opponents say giving away meth pipes discourages quitting while wasting resources on an untested scheme that will not solve a city-wide health problem. Picture taken April 30, 2015. To match Feature USA-DRUGS/SEATTLE REUTERS/David Ryder 
USA-MARIJUANA/NATIVEAMERICANS
RTR4OK2B 
February 06, 2015 
Medicinal marijuana products are shown at the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah, California... 
UKIAH, UNITED STATES 
Medicinal marijuana products are shown at the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah 
Medicinal marijuana products are shown at the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah, California January 23, 2015. An initial 10,000-square-foot state-of-the art greenhouse is scheduled to be erected within weeks on the land, in a joint marijuana production and processing venture with FoxBarry Farms of Kansas and the United Cannabis Corporation of Colorado. It's widely believed to be the first of its kind in the nation. The pioneering venture could signal a major wave of new marijuana operations across the nation to bring green to tribal bank accounts. Picture taken January 23, 2015. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: AGRICULTURE SOCIETY DRUGS HEALTH) 
USA-MARIJUANA/NATIVEAMERICANS
RTR4OK28 
February 06, 2015 
Wood is shown stacked in a field owned by the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah, California... 
UKIAH, UNITED STATES 
Wood is shown stacked in a field owned by the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah 
Wood is shown stacked in a field owned by the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah, California January 23, 2015. An initial 10,000-square-foot state-of-the art greenhouse is scheduled to be erected within weeks on the land, in a joint marijuana production and processing venture with FoxBarry Farms of Kansas and the United Cannabis Corporation of Colorado. It's widely believed to be the first of its kind in the nation. The pioneering venture could signal a major wave of new marijuana operations across the nation to bring green to tribal bank accounts. Picture taken January 23, 2015. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE DRUGS HEALTH) 
USA-MARIJUANA/NATIVEAMERICANS
RTR4OK20 
February 06, 2015 
Signs are seen at an entrance to a field on land owned by the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah,... 
UKIAH, UNITED STATES 
Signs are seen at an entrance to a field on land owned by the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah... 
Signs are seen at an entrance to a field on land owned by the 250-member Pinoleville Pomo Nation in Ukiah, California January 23, 2015. An initial 10,000-square-foot state-of-the art greenhouse is scheduled to be erected within weeks on the land, in a joint marijuana production and processing venture with FoxBarry Farms of Kansas and the United Cannabis Corporation of Colorado. It's widely believed to be the first of its kind in the nation. The pioneering venture could signal a major wave of new marijuana operations across the nation to bring green to tribal bank accounts. Picture taken January 23, 2015. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY AGRICULTURE DRUGS HEALTH) 
AUSTRIA-SCIENCE/
RTR4C6RI 
October 30, 2014 
A gesture concept educational robot stands next to a bust of Emperor Franz Josef I during the Pioneers... 
Vienna, Austria 
A gesture concept educational robot stands next to a bust of Emperor Franz Josef I during the Pioneers... 
A gesture concept educational robot stands next to a bust of Emperor Franz Josef I during the Pioneers festival in Vienna October 30, 2014. More than 2000 entrepreneurs, corporate personnel and investors meet during the Pioneers festival to show, discuss and sell their future projects. REUTERS/Leonhard Foeger (AUSTRIA - Tags: SOCIETY SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
BLACKBERRY-OFFER/FAIRFAX
RTX13XG1 
September 24, 2013 
A Blackberry logo is seen through a cracked box in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian... 
Zenica, Bosnia and Herzegovina 
A Blackberry logo is seen through a cracked box in this photo illustration taken in Zenica 
A Blackberry logo is seen through a cracked box in this photo illustration taken in the central Bosnian town of Zenica, September 24, 2013. Smartphone maker BlackBerry has agreed to go private in a $4.7 billion deal led by its biggest shareholder, allowing the on-the-go email pioneer to regroup away from public scrutiny after years of falling fortunes and slumping market share. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA - Tags: BUSINESS LOGO TELECOMS) 
JAPAN/
RTX11JIQ 
July 11, 2013 
A man holds paper bags with printed logos of NTT DoCoMo Inc, a mobile provider in Japan and a pioneer... 
Tokyo, Japan 
A man holds paper bags with printed logos of NTT DoCoMo Inc at Tokyo's Ginza shopping district in Tokyo... 
A man holds paper bags with printed logos of NTT DoCoMo Inc, a mobile provider in Japan and a pioneer of the mobile internet, at Tokyo's Ginza shopping district in Tokyo July 11, 2013. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS LOGO) 
3D-PRINTING/
RTR3EN9I 
March 06, 2013 
Vanessa Palsenbarg, Corporate Communications Specialist at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D... 
Leuven, Belgium 
Palsenbarg shows a 3D model called Melonia Shoe at the Materialise's headquarters in Leuven 
Vanessa Palsenbarg, Corporate Communications Specialist at Belgian company Materialise, the biggest 3D printer in Europe, shows a 3D model called the Melonia Shoe, designed by Naim Josefi in collaboration with Souzan Youssouf, at the company's headquarters in Leuven January 24, 2013.3D printing has already changed the game for manufacturing specialized products such as medical devices but the real revolution will come when designers start to rethink the shapes of objects. Materialise, a pioneer in the process, has a display of a foldable chair printed from one continuous piece of plastic - and made with the hinges already joined together, for example. Picture taken on January 24, 2013. To match Feature 3D-PRINTING/ REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY) 
INDIA-PLAY/
RTR314YS 
April 24, 2012 
Moloyashree Hashmi from the Indian amateur theatre group Jana Natya Manch, or Janam, takes part in a... 
New Delhi, India 
To match story INDIA-PLAY/ 
Moloyashree Hashmi from the Indian amateur theatre group Jana Natya Manch, or Janam, takes part in a street play about voting in a neighbourhood in west New Delhi April 9, 2012. Street theatre, an art form with its roots in 1970s leftwing activism, has now evolved into a direct marketing tool to take both civic and corporate messages to poor audiences and is thriving in the streets and alleys of India's slums, spreading messages from free schooling to responsible drinking. Jana Natya Manch - People's Theatre Front, or Janam -, which was created nearly 40 years ago, is a venerable pioneer of Indian street theatre and popularised street theatre as activism. Picture taken April 9, 2012. To match story INDIA-PLAY/ REUTERS/Parivartan Sharma (INDIA - Tags: SOCIETY EDUCATION POVERTY) 
GOFFMAN/
RTR2QY2Q 
September 08, 2011 
Jay Goffman, global head of corporate restructuring at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, poses in... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Jay Goffman, global head of corporate restructuring at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, poses in... 
Jay Goffman, global head of corporate restructuring at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, poses in his office in New York August 15, 2011. Goffman, a master of modern bankruptcy practice, he pioneered prepackaged bankruptcy restructuring, which links distressed companies with investors long before anyone steps foot in a bankruptcy court. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
GOFFMAN/
RTR2QY2P 
September 08, 2011 
Jay Goffman, global head of corporate restructuring at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, poses in... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Jay Goffman, global head of corporate restructuring at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, poses in... 
Jay Goffman, global head of corporate restructuring at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, poses in his office in New York August 15, 2011. Goffman, a master of modern bankruptcy practice, he pioneered prepackaged bankruptcy restructuring, which links distressed companies with investors long before anyone steps foot in a bankruptcy court. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS HEADSHOT) 
IPO-CRUMBS/
RTR2OASA 
June 30, 2011 
The signage of a Crumbs Bake Shop, which specializes in over 50 varieties of cupcakes, is pictured in... 
Hollywood, UNITED STATES 
The signage of a Crumbs Bake Shop, which specializes in over 50 varieties of cupcakes, is pictured in... 
The signage of a Crumbs Bake Shop, which specializes in over 50 varieties of cupcakes, is pictured in Hollywood, California June 29, 2011.Shares in Crumbs debuted at $13.10 on the Nasdaq on June 30, 2011, giving the biggest U.S. cupcake chain a market value of $58.9 million. They rose to $13.30 in midday trading.The gourmet cupcake pioneer, which got its start in 2003 on Manhattan's Upper West Side, now sells 1.5 million cupcakes a month through 35 stores located on both U.S. Coasts. Co-founder Jason Bauer wants to open 200 stores by 2014. Picture taken June 29, 2011. REUTERS/Fred Prouser (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS SOCIETY FOOD) 
USA/SHELL-COMPANIES
RTR2O722 
June 28, 2011 
The directory of a building at 1712 Pioneer Avenue in Cheyenne, Wyoming shows the headquarters of a a... 
Cheyenne, UNITED STATES 
To match Special Report USA/SHELL-COMPANIES 
The directory of a building at 1712 Pioneer Avenue in Cheyenne, Wyoming shows the headquarters of a a firm called "Corporations Today," an incorporation service run by Gerald Pitts, in this photo taken April, 2011. Cheyenne, Wyoming represents a potent rival to the secretive business havens of Cyprus and the Cayman Islands. Corporations Today and its sister company Wyoming Corporate Services will help clients create a company, and more: set up a bank account for it; add a lawyer as a corporate director to invoke attorney-client privilege; even appoint stand-in directors and officers as high as CEO. To match Special Report USA/SHELL-COMPANIES REUTERS/Kelly Carr (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS) 
JAPAN/
RTXCYLK 
March 19, 2009 
A customer is reflected in a sign of Pioneer Corp at an electronics shop in Tokyo March 19, 2009. ... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Customer is reflected in a sign of Pioneer Corp at an electronics shop in Tokyo 
A customer is reflected in a sign of Pioneer Corp at an electronics shop in Tokyo March 19, 2009. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN BUSINESS) 
YAHOO-MICROSOFT/
RTR1Z80G 
April 07, 2008 
The Times Square Yahoo sign is seen in New York April 7, 2008. Yahoo Inc responding to a three-week deadline... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
The Time Square Yahoo sign is seen in New York 
The Times Square Yahoo sign is seen in New York April 7, 2008. Yahoo Inc responding to a three-week deadline issued by Microsoft Corp to accept its $42 billion takeover bid, again rejected the deal for undervaluing the Web pioneer. In a defiant open letter to Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer on Monday, Yahoo said the software giant's threat of a proxy battle was counterproductive and Yahoo would only be open to a better deal. This logo has been updated and is no longer in use. REUTERS/Joshua Lott (UNITED STATES) 
ASIAN GALA
RTR3TWM 
May 06, 2000 
Actress Joan Chen talks to Lisa Ling (L) co-host of "The View" at the Committee of 100 gala dinner to... 
Los Angeles, USA 
ACTRESS JOAN CHEN AND LISA LING OF THE VIEW AT GALA. 
Actress Joan Chen talks to Lisa Ling (L) co-host of "The View" at the Committee of 100 gala dinner to celebrate the contribution of Asian Americans in media and corporate America in Los Angeles, May 5. Ling was awarded the Committe of 100 Pioneers Award.

JC 
CANADA
RTXHJCS 
May 05, 1997 
Corporal Jim Donovan of the Royal Canadian Regiment's Pioneer Platoon floats in the warm sun as he takes... 
PETERSFIELD, Canada 
Corporal Jim Donovan of the Royal Canadian Regiment's Pioneer Platoon floats in the warm sun as he t..... 
Corporal Jim Donovan of the Royal Canadian Regiment's Pioneer Platoon floats in the warm sun as he takes a break from sandbagging a house in Petersfield, May 5. The Canadian military and hundreds of volunteers continue to fight the floodwaters of the Red River as they head north to Lake Winnipeg. Most dikes and protective measures are working, keeping Winnipeg dry from the flood waters of the Red River that crested in the city May 1. 
RTR3IAV 
May 05, 1997 
Corporal Jim Donovan of the Royal Canadian Regiment's Pioneer Platoon floats in the warm sun as he takes... 
Canada 
CANADIAN SOLDIER FLOATS WHILE TAKING SANDBAGGING BREAK 
Corporal Jim Donovan of the Royal Canadian Regiment's Pioneer Platoon floats in the warm sun as he takes a break from sandbagging a house in Petersfield, May 5. The Canadian military and hundreds of volunteers continue to fight the floodwaters of the Red River as they head north to Lake Winnipeg. Most dikes and protective measures are working, keeping Winnipeg dry from the flood waters of the Red River that crested in the city May 1.

CANADA FLOOD 
RTR3I8O 
May 05, 1997 
Corporal Jim Donovan of the Royal Canadian Regiment's Pioneer Platoon floats in the warm sun as he takes... 
Canada 
CANADIAN SOLDIER FLOATS WHILE TAKING SANDBAGGING BREAK 
Corporal Jim Donovan of the Royal Canadian Regiment's Pioneer Platoon floats in the warm sun as he takes a break from sandbagging a house in Petersfield, May 5. The Canadian military and hundreds of volunteers continue to fight the floodwaters of the Red River as they head north to Lake Winnipeg. Most dikes and protective measures are working, keeping Winnipeg dry from the flood waters of the Red River that crested in the city May 1.

CANADA FLOOD 
DUTCH FOKKER
RTXGXDU 
March 15, 1996 
A Fokker worker walks dejectedly past colleagues bidding each other farewell at the Fokker headquarters... 
A Fokker worker walks dejectedly past colleagues bidding each other farewell at the Fokker headquart..... 
A Fokker worker walks dejectedly past colleagues bidding each other farewell at the Fokker headquarters in Amstersdam, March 15, after Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik announced that the aviation pioneer crashed into bankruptcy, ending three-quarters of a century of Dutch aircraft making and triggering the country's biggest corporate mass redundancy.
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DUTCH FOKKER
RTXGXDT 
March 15, 1996 
A Fokker worker dressed in black covers a Fokker sign at the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam, March... 
A Fokker worker dressed in black covers a Fokker sign at the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam, March..... 
A Fokker worker dressed in black covers a Fokker sign at the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam, March 15, after Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik announced that the aviation pioneer crashed into bankruptcy, ending three-quarters of a century of Dutch aircraft. The banckruptcy triggered the country's biggest corporate mass redundancy.
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FOKKER
RTXGXDS 
March 15, 1996 
Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik looks dejected during his news conference in Amstersdam, March 15,... 
Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik looks dejected during his news conference in Amstersdam, March ..... 
Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik looks dejected during his news conference in Amstersdam, March 15, where he announced that aviation pioneer Fokker crashed into bankruptcy, ending three-quarters of a century of Dutch aircraft making. The bankruptcy triggered the country's biggest corporate mass redundancy 
DUTCH FOKKER
RTXGXDO 
March 15, 1996 
A Fokker worker looks out of his window at the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam , March 15, after Dutch... 
A Fokker worker looks out of his window at the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam , March 15, after Du..... 
A Fokker worker looks out of his window at the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam , March 15, after Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik announced that aviation pioneer Fokker crashed into bankruptcy, ending three-quarters of a century of Dutch aircraft making and triggering the country's biggest corporate mass redundancy 
RTR8Y5 
March 15, 1996 
Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik looks dejected during his news conference in Amstersdam, March 15,... 
Netherlands 
DUTCH FOKKER CHAIRMAN LOOKS DEJECTED DURING HIS NEWS CONFERENCE 
Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik looks dejected during his news conference in Amstersdam, March 15, where he announced that aviation pioneer Fokker crashed into bankruptcy, ending three-quarters of a century of Dutch aircraft making. The bankruptcy triggered the country's biggest corporate mass redundancy. DUTCH FOKKER AMSTERDAM 
RTR8XW 
March 15, 1996 
A Fokker security worker checks the bags of Fokker workers leaving the headquarters in Amstersdam, March... 
Netherlands 
FOKKER WORKERS LEAVE THE HEAD QUARTERS 
A Fokker security worker checks the bags of Fokker workers leaving the headquarters in Amstersdam, March 15, after Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik announced that the aviation pioneer crashed into bankruptcy, ending three-quarters of a century of Dutch aircraft making. The bankruptcy triggered the country's biggest corporate mass redundancy. DUTCH FOKKER AMSTERDAM 
RTR8X9 
March 15, 1996 
A Fokker workers bid farewell at the exit of the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam, March 15, after Dutch... 
Netherlands 
A FOKKER WORKER SAYS GOODBYE 
A Fokker workers bid farewell at the exit of the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam, March 15, after Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik announced that the aviation pioneer crashed into bankruptcy, ending three-quarters of a century of Dutch aircraft making. The bankruptcy triggered the country's biggest corporate mass redundancy. DUTCH FOKKER AMSTERDAM 
RTR8VW 
March 15, 1996 
A Fokker worker looks out of his window at the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam , March 15, after Dutch... 
Netherlands 
FOKKER WORKER LOOKS OUT OF HIS WINDOW 
A Fokker worker looks out of his window at the Fokker headquarters in Amsterdam , March 15, after Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik announced that aviation pioneer Fokker crashed into bankruptcy, ending three-quarters of a century of Dutch aircraft making and triggering the country's biggest corporate mass redundancy. DUTCH FOKKER AMSTERDAM 
RTR8VN 
March 15, 1996 
Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik looks dejected during his news conference in Amstersdam, March 15,... 
Netherlands 
DUTCH FOKKER CHAIRMAN BEN VAN SCHAIK LOOKS DEJECTED 
Dutch Fokker chairman Ben van Schaik looks dejected during his news conference in Amstersdam, March 15, where he announced that aviation pioneer Fokker crashed into bankruptcy, ending three-quarters of a century of Dutch aircraft making and triggering the country's biggest corporate mass redundancy. DUTCH FOKKER AMSTERDAM 
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