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ARTS FREY
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January 09, 2006 
Copies of James Frey's book "A Million Little Pieces" are put on display in a bookstore in New York January... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Copies of James Frey's book "A Million Little Pieces" are put on display in a bookstore in New York 
Copies of James Frey's book "A Million Little Pieces" are put on display in a bookstore in New York January 9, 2006. Frey's memoir of alcohol and drug-induced mayhem sold 1.77 million copies last year after being chosen by Oprah Winfrey's book club in September, but one investigative Web site now says his book was based on lies. The book's publisher, Random House's Doubleday division, stood by the author and declined to make Frey available for interview. But on his personal Web site, bigjimindustries.com, he called the article "the latest attempt to discredit me.'' REUTERS/Seth Wenig 
ARTS FREY
RTR17XZ8 
January 09, 2006 
Copies of James Frey's "A Million Little Pieces" are put on display in a bookstore in New York January... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Copies of Frey's "A Million Little Pieces" are put on display in a bookstore in New York 
Copies of James Frey's "A Million Little Pieces" are put on display in a bookstore in New York January 9, 2006. Frey's memoir of alcohol and drug-induced mayhem sold 1.77 million copies last year after being chosen by Oprah Winfrey's book club in September, but one investigative Web site now says his book was based on lies. The book's publisher, Random House's Doubleday division, stood by the author and declined to make Frey available for interview. But on his personal Web site, bigjimindustries.com, he called the article "the latest attempt to discredit me.'' REUTERS/Seth Wenig 
CRIME BRITAIN BOWMAN
RTR19AIS 
October 12, 2005 
Danielle Chiddy, sister of murdered teenager Sally-Anne Bowman makes an appeal to journalists, for her... 
London 
Chiddy makes an appeal to journalists at news conference in south London 
Danielle Chiddy, sister of murdered teenager Sally-Anne Bowman makes an appeal to journalists, for her killer to hand himself in, at a news conference in south London, October 12, 2005. The father of teenage model Sally Anne Bowman, murdered in a vicious sex attack just yards from her home, made an emotional appeal on Wednesday for her killer to hand himself in. The 18-year-old was sexually assaulted and repeatedly stabbed outside her house in Croydon, south London, in the early hours of September 25. Police say they fear she could have been the random victim of a serial sex attacker. REUTERS/Gareth Fuller/PA/WPA Pool 
CRIME BRITAIN BOWMAN
RTR19AIP 
October 12, 2005 
Paul Bowman, father of murdered teenager Sally-Anne Bowman makes an appeal to journalists, for her killer... 
London 
Bowman makes an appeal to journalists at news conference in south London 
Paul Bowman, father of murdered teenager Sally-Anne Bowman makes an appeal to journalists, for her killer to hand himself in, at a news conference in south London, October 12, 2005. The father of teenage model Sally Anne Bowman, murdered in a vicious sex attack just yards from her home, made an emotional appeal on Wednesday for her killer to hand himself in. The 18-year-old was sexually assaulted and repeatedly stabbed outside her house in Croydon, south London, in the early hours of September 25. Police say they fear she could have been the random victim of a serial sex attacker. REUTERS/Gareth Fuller/PA/WPA Pool 
CRIME BRITAIN BOWMAN
RTR19AIH 
October 12, 2005 
Paul Bowman (C), father of murdered teenager Sally-Anne Bowman, accompanied by his daughters Nicole (L)... 
London 
Bowman accompanied by his daughters makes an appeal to journalists at news conference in south London... 
Paul Bowman (C), father of murdered teenager Sally-Anne Bowman, accompanied by his daughters Nicole (L) and Danielle Chiddy (R) makes an appeal to journalists, for her killer to hand himself in, at a news conference in south London, October 12, 2005. The father of teenage model Sally Anne Bowman, murdered in a vicious sex attack just yards from her home, made an emotional appeal on Wednesday for her killer to hand himself in. The 18-year-old was sexually assaulted and repeatedly stabbed outside her house in Croydon, south London, in the early hours of September 25. Police say they fear she could have been the random victim of a serial sex attacker. REUTERS/Gareth Fuller/PA/WPA Pool 
CRIME BRITAIN BOWMAN
RTR19AIE 
October 12, 2005 
Paul Bowman (C), father of murdered teenager Sally-Anne Bowman, accompanied by his daughters Nicole (L)... 
London 
Bowman accompanied by his daughters makes appeal to journalists at news conference in south London 
Paul Bowman (C), father of murdered teenager Sally-Anne Bowman, accompanied by his daughters Nicole (L) and Danielle Chiddy (R) makes an appeal to journalists, for her killer to hand himself in, at a news conference in south London, October 12, 2005. The father of teenage model Sally Anne Bowman, murdered in a vicious sex attack just yards from her home, made an emotional appeal on Wednesday for her killer to hand himself in. The 18-year-old was sexually assaulted and repeatedly stabbed outside her house in Croydon, south London, in the early hours of September 25. Police say they fear she could have been the random victim of a serial sex attacker. REUTERS/Gareth Fuller/PA/WPA Pool 
RENDELL
RTXNTZ4 
October 07, 2005 
- PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP05 - Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28,... 
New York, USA 
- PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP05 - Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September ..... 
- PHOTO TAKEN 28SEP05 - Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of [gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years]. Picture taken September 28, 2005. 
ARTS RENDELL
RTR18WLT 
September 28, 2005 
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL 
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years. Picture taken September 28, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL REUTERS/Seth Wenig 
ARTS RENDELL
RTR18W8N 
September 28, 2005 
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL 
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years. Picture taken September 28, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL REUTERS/Seth Wenig 
ARTS RENDELL
RTR18W6P 
September 28, 2005 
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL 
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years. Picture taken September 28, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL REUTERS/Seth Wenig 
ARTS RENDELL
RTR18W6L 
September 28, 2005 
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL 
Author Ruth Rendell is interviewed by a reporter in New York City September 28, 2005. Rendell, the creator of gruff English sleuth Chief Inspector Wexford, is an elegant 75-year-old baroness who hopes a serial murderer can help her make a killing in America. The veteran British mystery writer whose books are published in some 30 countries has a loyal following in the United States, but sales of her books have typically been only a tenth of the 500,000 copies she sells of each book in Britain. Random House imprint Crown is billing "13 Steps Down" as the book to change that, hoping it will put Rendell on The New York Times best seller list for the first time in 20 years. Picture taken September 28, 2005. TO MATCH FEATURE ARTS-RENDELL REUTERS/Seth Wenig 
PEOPLE COMBS
RTRHFLN 
May 14, 2005 
Music mogul Sean "P. Diddy" Combs arrives at the middleweight title fight between Felix "Tito" Trinidad... 
Las Vegas, USA 
File photo of Sean "P. Diddy" Combs arriving at he MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. 
Music mogul Sean "P. Diddy" Combs arrives at the middleweight title fight between Felix "Tito" Trinidad and Robert "Winky" Wright at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, in this May 14, 2005 file photo. U.S. publisher Random House said on July 13, 2005 that it had reached an amicable settlement with rapper Sean Combs to end a law suit it filed earlier this year to recover a $300,000 book advance. The publisher filed suit in February to recover the money its Ballantine imprint had paid Combs in a 1998 agreement to write his autobiography, which was never delivered. REUTERS/Steve Marcus/Files JSH/MR/YH 
CRIME SHOOTING
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September 28, 2004 
A young woman and toddler leave the crime scene at a licensed in-house day care center where earlier... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Woman and toddler leave crime scene of day care shooting in Detroit. 
A young woman and toddler leave the crime scene at a licensed in-house day care center where earlier a shooting at the house killed a three year old girl, critically wounded the 41 year old female day care operator and a 21 year old female helper and injured a seven month old boy in northwest Detroit, Michigan September 28, 2004. Police said the shooting was probably not a random act and they were searching for the shooter. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook RC 
CRIME SHOOTING
RTRBZVM 
September 28, 2004 
Detroit police escort a male teenager away from a licensed in-house day care center where earlier a shooting... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Shooting at Detroit in-house day care center kills three year old girl and wounds two women. 
Detroit police escort a male teenager away from a licensed in-house day care center where earlier a shooting at the house critically wounded the 41 year old female day care operator and a 21 year old female helper, killed a three-year-old girl and injured a seven month old boy in northwest Detroit, Michigan September 28, 2004. Police said the shooting was probably not a random act and the shooter was at-large. The teenager was in the house at the time of the shooting and is not a suspect. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook RC 
CRIME SHOOTING
RTRBZVI 
September 28, 2004 
Detroit police and investigators stand in front of a licensed in-house day care center as they investigate... 
Detroit, UNITED STATES 
Shooting at Detroit in-house day care center kills three year old girl, wounds two adults. 
Detroit police and investigators stand in front of a licensed in-house day care center as they investigate an earlier shooting at the house that critically wounded the 41 year old female day care operator and a 21 year old woman, killed a three-year-old girl and injured a seven month old boy in northwest Detroit, Michigan September 28, 2004. Police said the shooting was probably not a random act and the shooter was at-large. REUTERS/Rebecca Cook RC 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTRRZ85 
October 09, 2003 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen (L) and his ghostwriter
Katja Kessler present T-shirts... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
GERMAN POP SINGER BOHLEN AND HIS GHOSTWRITER KESSLER PRESENT T-SHIRTS
TO THE MEDIA IN FRANKFURT. 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen (L) and his ghostwriter
Katja Kessler present T-shirts to the media reading "guitarist of
Thomas Anders" and "writer of guitarist of Thomas Anders" before a news
conference at the Frankfurt book fair October 9, 2003. Bohlen received
six temporary orders by a Hamburg court on Thursday ruling that Bohlen
is not allowed to publish several sections of his new book "Hinter den
Kulissen" (Behind the Scenes) by Random House Entertainment publishing
house. The book disparages German news anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and
Bohlen's former "Modern Talking" bandmate Thomas Anders. REUTERS/Kai
Pfaffenbach REUTERS

WR/JOH 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTR4LE4 
October 09, 2003 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen presents a puppet of
himself before a news conference... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
GERMAN POP SINGER AND ENTERTAINER DIETER BOHLEN PRESENTS A PUPPET OF
HIMSELF AT FRANKFURT'S BOOK FAIR.... 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen presents a puppet of
himself before a news conference at the Frankfurt book fair October 9,
2003. Bohlen received six temporary orders by a Hamburg court on
Thursday ruling that Bohlen is not allowed to publish several sections
of his new book "Hinter den Kulissen" (Behind the Scenes) by Random
House Entertainment publishing house. The book disparages German news
anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and Bohlen's former "Modern Talking" bandmate
Thomas Anders. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

KP/JOH 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTR4LDY 
October 09, 2003 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen (L) and his ghostwriter
Katja Kessler present T-shirts... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
GERMAN POP SINGER BOHLEN AND HIS GHOSTWRITER KESSLER PRESENT T-SHIRTS
TO THE MEDIA IN FRANKFURT. 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen (L) and his ghostwriter
Katja Kessler present T-shirts to the media reading "guitarist of
Thomas Anders" and "writer of guitarist of Thomas Anders" before a news
conference at the Frankfurt book fair October 9, 2003. Bohlen received
six temporary orders by a Hamburg court on Thursday ruling that Bohlen
is not allowed to publish several sections of his new book "Hinter den
Kulissen" (Behind the Scenes) by Random House Entertainment publishing
house. The book disparages German news anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and
Bohlen's former "Modern Talking" bandmate Thomas Anders. REUTERS/Kai
Pfaffenbach

WR/JOH/JV 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTR4LCI 
October 09, 2003 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen presents a T-shirt
reading "guitarist of Thomas Anders"... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
GERMAN POP SINGER DIETER BOHLEN PRESENTS A T-SHIRT TO THE MEDIA IN
FRANKFURT. 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen presents a T-shirt
reading "guitarist of Thomas Anders" to the media before a news
conference at the Frankfurt book fair October 9, 2003. Bohlen received
six temporary orders by a Hamburg court on Thursday ruling that Bohlen
is not allowed to publish several sections of his new book "Hinter den
Kulissen" (Behind the Scenes) by Random House Entertainment publishing
house. The book disparages German news anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and
Bohlen's former "Modern Talking" bandmate Thomas Anders. REUTERS/Kai
Pfaffenbach

WR/JOH/JV 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTR4LC2 
October 09, 2003 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen (R) looks at bailiff
Walter Horz before receiving six... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
GERMAN POP SINGER DIETER BOHLEN LOOKS AT BAILIFF WALTER HORZ IN
FRANKFURT. 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen (R) looks at bailiff
Walter Horz before receiving six temporary orders by a Hamburg court
ruling that Bohlen is not allowed to publish several sections of his
new book "Hinter den Kulissen" (Behind the Scenes) at the Frankfurt
book fair October 9, 2003. The book from Random House Entertainment
publishing house disparages German news anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and
Bohlen's former "Modern Talking" bandmate Thomas Anders.
REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

WR/JOH/JV 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTR4LBV 
October 09, 2003 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen (C) and his ghostwriter
Katja Kessler (R) looks at bailiff... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
GERMAN POP SINGER DIETER BOHLEN LOOKS AT BAILIFF WALTER HORZ IN
FRANKFURT. 
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen (C) and his ghostwriter
Katja Kessler (R) looks at bailiff Walter Horz (L) before receiving six
temporary orders by a Hamburg court ruling that Bohlen is not allowed
to publish several sections of his new book 'Hinter den Kulissen'
(Behind the Scenes) at the Frankfurt book fair October 9, 2003. The
book from Random House Entertainment publishing house disparages German
news anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and Bohlen's former 'Modern Talking'
bandmate Thomas Anders. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

WR/JOH/JV 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTR4LBO 
October 09, 2003 
Dieter Bohlen (R), German pop singer and entertainer, looks at bailiff
Walter Horz (L) before receiving... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
GERMAN POP SINGER DIETER BOHLEN LOOKS AT BAILIFF WALTER HORZ IN
FRANKFURT. 
Dieter Bohlen (R), German pop singer and entertainer, looks at bailiff
Walter Horz (L) before receiving six temporary orders by a Hamburg
court ruling that Bohlen is not allowed to publish several sections of
his new book "Hinter den Kulissen" (Behind the Scenes) at the Frankfurt
book fair October 9, 2003. The book from Random House Entertainment
publishing house disparages German news anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and
Bohlen's former 'Modern Talking' bandmate Thomas Anders.
REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

WR/JOH/JV 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTRPGYA 
October 07, 2003 
Employees of Random House Entertainment publishing house black out
parts of the new book "Hinter den... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
RANDOM HOUSE PUBLISHING HOUSE EMPLOYEES BLACK OUT BOOKS AT FRANKFURT
BOOK FAIR. 
Employees of Random House Entertainment publishing house black out
parts of the new book "Hinter den Kulissen" (behind the scenes) by
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen ahead of the Frankfurt
book fair, October 7, 2003. A judge ruled earlier this week that Bohlen
could not to publish sections of the book disparaging German news
anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and his former "Modern Talking" bandmate
Thomas Anders. The world's largest book fair opens later today and runs
until October 13. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

KP/FAB/CRB 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTR4G4L 
October 07, 2003 
An employee of Random House Entertainment publishing house black outs
parts of the new book "Hinter... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
A PUBLISHING HOUSE EMPLOYEE BLACK OUTS BOOKS FOR RANDOM HOUSE
PUBLISHERS AT THE FRANKFURT BOOK FAIR.... 
An employee of Random House Entertainment publishing house black outs
parts of the new book "Hinter den Kulissen" (behind the scenes) by
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen ahead of the Frankfurt
book fair, October 7, 2003. A judge ruled earlier this week that Bohlen
could not to publish sections of the book disparaging German news
anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and his former "Modern Talking" bandmate
Thomas Anders. The world's largest book fair opens later today and runs
until October 13. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

KP/FAB 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTR4G3N 
October 07, 2003 
An employee of Random House Entertainment publishing house black outs
parts of the new book "Hinter... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
RANDOM HOUSE PUBLISHING HOUSE EMPLOYEE BLACK OUTS BOOKS AT FRANKFURT
BOOK FAIR. 
An employee of Random House Entertainment publishing house black outs
parts of the new book "Hinter den Kulissen" (Behind the Scenes) by
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen ahead of the Frankfurt
book fair, October 7, 2003. A judge ruled earlier this week that Bohlen
could not to publish sections of the book disparaging German news
anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and his former "Modern Talking" bandmate
Thomas Anders. The world's largest book fair opens later today and runs
until October 13. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach

KP/FAB/CRB 
GERMANY BOOK FAIR
RTR4FZJ 
October 07, 2003 
Employees of Random House Entertainment publishing house black out
parts of the new book "Hinter den... 
Frankfurt, Germany - FDR 
RANDOM HOUSE PUBLISHING HOUSE EMPLOYEES BLACK OUT BOOKS AT FRANKFURT
BOOK FAIR. 
Employees of Random House Entertainment publishing house black out
parts of the new book "Hinter den Kulissen" (behind the scenes) by
German pop singer and entertainer Dieter Bohlen ahead of the Frankfurt
book fair, October 7, 2003. A judge ruled earlier this week that Bohlen
could not to publish sections of the book disparaging German news
anchorwoman Eva Herrmann and his former "Modern Talking" bandmate
Thomas Anders. The world's largest book fair opens later today and runs
until October 13. REUTERS/Kai Pfaffenbach REUTERS

KP/FAB 
COLLINS
RTXGYWU 
December 16, 1999 
Actress Joan Collins appears on the witness stand at Manhattan Suprem Court in New York February 8 where... 
Actress Joan Collins appears on the witness stand at Manhattan Suprem Court in New York February 8 w..... 
Actress Joan Collins appears on the witness stand at Manhattan Suprem Court in New York February 8 where she is being sued by her publisher. Collins is accused by Random House of submitting an unpublishable manuscript.
? QUALITY DOCUMENT 
BERTELSMANN
RTXIGMB 
March 23, 1998 
Dr. Mark Woessner (R), chairmen of the German Bertelsmann AG and his brother Frank Woessner (L), chairmen... 
Dr. Mark Woessner (R), chairmen of the German Bertelsmann AG and his brother Frank Woessner (L), cha..... 
Dr. Mark Woessner (R), chairmen of the German Bertelsmann AG and his brother Frank Woessner (L), chairmen of the Bertelsmann Book AG in Munich pose for the photographers during a news conference in Munich March 23. [Dr. Mark Woessner announced that the company is taking over the U.S. book publisher Random House, Inc.] 
WOESSNER
RTXIGMA 
March 23, 1998 
Dr. Mark Woessner, chairman of the German publishing group Bertelsmann AG gestures during a news conference... 
Dr. Mark Woessner, chairman of the German publishing group Bertelsmann AG gestures during a news con..... 
Dr. Mark Woessner, chairman of the German publishing group Bertelsmann AG gestures during a news conference in Munich March 23. [Woessner told reporters that Bertelsmanns takeover of the U.S. book publisher Random House would generate annual sales of between 2.5 billion and three billion marks ($1.6billion).] 
RTRCFVL 
March 23, 1998 
Dr. Mark Woessner, chairman of the German publishing group Bertelsmann AG gestures during a news conference... 
Germany 
DR. MARK WOESSNER CHAIRMEN OF BERTELSMANN AG IN MUNICH 
Dr. Mark Woessner, chairman of the German publishing group Bertelsmann AG gestures during a news conference in Munich March 23. Woessner told reporters that Bertelsmanns takeover of the U.S. book publisher Random House would generate annual sales of between 2.5 billion and three billion marks ($1.6billion).

GERMANY 
RTRCFVE 
March 23, 1998 
Dr. Mark Woessner (R), chairmen of the German Bertelsmann AG and his brother Frank Woessner (L), chairmen... 
Germany 
DR. MARK WOESSNER CHAIRMEN OF BERTELSMANN AG IN MUNICH 
Dr. Mark Woessner (R), chairmen of the German Bertelsmann AG and his brother Frank Woessner (L), chairmen of the Bertelsmann Book AG in Munich pose for the photographers during a news conference in Munich March 23. Dr. Mark Woessner announced that the company is taking over the U.S. book publisher Random House, Inc.

GERMANY 
RTR3EHQ 
May 01, 1997 
Members of the British Labour party in New York celebrate their party's win at a caviar bar named Pravda,... 
UNITED STATES 
BRITISH LABOUR PARTY MEMBERS CELEBRATE IN NEW YORK 
Members of the British Labour party in New York celebrate their party's win at a caviar bar named Pravda, May 1. From left to right, David Morgan, chairman of the British New York Labour Party, Harold Evens, head of Random House publishing and Christopher Jones, U.S. national secretary of the Labour Party, toast with champagne as the election results came in.

BRITIAN ELECTION 
RTR22QW 
February 27, 1997 
Agnomene Jean, 30, stands in front of her house, which she found burned down February 27, after she had... 
Haiti 
HAITIAN WOMAN STANDS IN FRONT OF HER BURNT HOME 
Agnomene Jean, 30, stands in front of her house, which she found burned down February 27, after she had spent the night away from Cite Soleil because of the nightly violence. Over fifty houses were burned last night in the slums by rival armed gangs who have been terrorizing residents over the last few days, shooting people at random and burning their homes.

HAITI 
COLLINS
RTXH095 
February 13, 1996 
Actress Joan Collins at State Supreme Court in New York, February 13, where jurors heard closing arguments... 
Actress Joan Collins at State Supreme Court in New York, February 13, where jurors heard closing arg..... 
Actress Joan Collins at State Supreme Court in New York, February 13, where jurors heard closing arguments in the week-long trial where publishing giant Random House has sued Collins demanding she return $1.3 million in advance pay for two "trash" novels. Collins has countersued for the balance of her $4 million contract, claiming she delivered Random House two manuscripts, "A Ruling Passion" and "Hell Hath No Fury 
COLLINS
RTXGZC7 
February 13, 1996 
Actress Joan Collins smiles along with her legal team (L) in State Supreme Court in New York, February... 
Actress Joan Collins smiles along with her legal team (L) in State Supreme Court in New York, Februa..... 
Actress Joan Collins smiles along with her legal team (L) in State Supreme Court in New York, February 13 after jurors came to a split decision in her trial against publishing giant Random House. Collins was found to have delivered one of the two "Trash" novels she was contracted to write, and to have failed to deliver on the other 
COLLINS
RTXGZC5 
February 13, 1996 
Actress Joan Collins waves to jurors in State Supreme Court in New York, February 13 after jurors came... 
Actress Joan Collins waves to jurors in State Supreme Court in New York, February 13 after jurors ca..... 
Actress Joan Collins waves to jurors in State Supreme Court in New York, February 13 after jurors came to a split decision in her trial against publishing giant Random House. Collins was found to have delivered one of the two "Trash" novels she was contracted to write, and to have failed to deliver on the other. At left is Attorney Kenneth Burrows.
**POOR QUALITY DOCUMENT 
COLLINS
RTXGZC1 
February 13, 1996 
British actress Joan Collins (L) speaks with reporters as she arrives at court in New York February 13... 
British actress Joan Collins (L) speaks with reporters as she arrives at court in New York February ..... 
British actress Joan Collins (L) speaks with reporters as she arrives at court in New York February 13 for closing arguments in her legal battle with publishing giant Random House. Random House is seeking the return of a $1.2 million advance it paid the actress for manuscripts it said were unpublishable 
COLLINS
RTXGZBZ 
February 13, 1996 
Actress Joan Collins (C) stands with her legal team as jurors return to State Supreme Court in New York,... 
Actress Joan Collins (C) stands with her legal team as jurors return to State Supreme Court in New Y..... 
Actress Joan Collins (C) stands with her legal team as jurors return to State Supreme Court in New York, February 13 following deliberations in Collins' trial against publishing giant Random House. Collins was found to have delivered one of the two "Trash" novels she was contracted to write, and to have failed to deliver on the other 
COLLINS
RTXGZBR 
February 13, 1996 
Actress Joan Collins speaks with reporters at State Supreme Court in New York, February 13, where jurors... 
Actress Joan Collins speaks with reporters at State Supreme Court in New York, February 13, where ju..... 
Actress Joan Collins speaks with reporters at State Supreme Court in New York, February 13, where jurors heard closing arguments in the week-long trial where publishing giant Random House has sued Collins, demanding she return $1.3 million in advance pay for two "trash" novels. Collins has countersued for the balance of her $4 million contract, claiming she delivered Random House two manuscripts, "A Ruling Passion" and "Hell Hath No Fury 
COLLINS
RTXGZBQ 
February 13, 1996 
Actress Joan Collins sits with attorney Donald Zakarin (L) at State Supreme Court in New York, February... 
Actress Joan Collins sits with attorney Donald Zakarin (L) at State Supreme Court in New York, Febru..... 
Actress Joan Collins sits with attorney Donald Zakarin (L) at State Supreme Court in New York, February 13, where jurors heard closing arguments in the week long trial where publishing giant Random House has sued Collins, demanding she return $1.3 million in advance pay for two "trash" novels. The jury ruled in Collins favor, saying she had submitted a complete manuscript, "A Ruling Passion," and could keep the advance.
**POOR QUALITY DOCUMENT 
COLLINS
RTXGYT3 
February 06, 1996 
Actress Joan Collins arrives at Manhattan Supreme Court February 6 at the start of her legal battle with... 
Actress Joan Collins arrives at Manhattan Supreme Court February 6 at the start of her legal battle ..... 
Actress Joan Collins arrives at Manhattan Supreme Court February 6 at the start of her legal battle with publishing giant Random House over a multi-million-dollar publishing contract. The British actress is being sued by the publishing house for the $1.2 million advance paid to her for manuscripts it claims are unfinished and unpublishable 
COLLINS
RTXGYT2 
February 06, 1996 
Actress Joan Collins arrives at Manhattan Supreme Court February 6 at the start of her legal battle with... 
Actress Joan Collins arrives at Manhattan Supreme Court February 6 at the start of her legal battle ..... 
Actress Joan Collins arrives at Manhattan Supreme Court February 6 at the start of her legal battle with publishing giant Random House over a multi-million-dollar publishing contract. The British actress is being sued by the publishing house for the $1.2 million advance paid to her for manuscripts it claims are unfinished and unpublishable 
KURT VONNEGUT
RTR33X0Y 
March 05, 1990 
Authors Kurt Vonnegut (left), Arno Mayer and Studs Turkel join other writers in a demonstration in front... 
New York, UNITED STATES 
Authors Vonnegut, Mayer and Turkel join other writers in a demonstration in front of the offices of Random... 
Authors Kurt Vonnegut (left), Arno Mayer and Studs Turkel join other writers in a demonstration in front of the offices of Random House in New York on March 5, 1990 to protest the publishing company's decision to change its Pantheon books division. Reuters/Nina Berman (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE 
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