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AUSTRALIA/
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October 08, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a business luncheon in Melbourne October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo speaks at business luncheon in Melbourne
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a business luncheon in Melbourne October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
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RTX9BM9
October 08, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a business luncheon in Melbourne October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Mick...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo speaks at business luncheon in Melbourne
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a business luncheon in Melbourne October 8, 2008. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA/RESULTS
RTR2102X
August 13, 2008
The hand of Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo is seen during the full year results press conference in central...
Sydney, Australia
The hand of Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo is seen during the full year results press conference in central...
The hand of Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo is seen during the full year results press conference in central Sydney August 13, 2008. Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia's biggest phone company, missed expectations with a 14 percent rise in second-half profit on Wednesday, and forecast growth in the year ahead that was also below Analysts' expectations. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA/RESULTS
RTR2102Q
August 13, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo listens a question from Melbourne during the full year results press conference...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo listens a question from Melbourne during the full year results press conference...
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo listens a question from Melbourne during the full year results press conference in central Sydney August 13, 2008. Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia's biggest phone company, missed expectations with a 14 percent rise in second-half profit on Wednesday, and forecast growth in the year ahead that was also below Analysts' expectations. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA/RESULTS
RTR2102O
August 13, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks during the full year results press conference in central Sydney August...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks during the full year results press conference in central Sydney
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks during the full year results press conference in central Sydney August 13, 2008. Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia's biggest phone company, missed expectations with a 14 percent rise in second-half profit on Wednesday, and forecast growth in the year ahead that was also below Analysts' expectations. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA/RESULTS
RTR2102N
August 13, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks during the full year results press conference in central Sydney August...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks during the full year results press conference in central Sydney
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks during the full year results press conference in central Sydney August 13, 2008. Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia's biggest phone company, missed expectations with a 14 percent rise in second-half profit on Wednesday, and forecast growth in the year ahead that was also below Analysts' expectations. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA/RESULTS
RTR2102E
August 13, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks during the full year results press conference in central Sydney August...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks during the full year results press conference in central Sydney
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks during the full year results press conference in central Sydney August 13, 2008. Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia's biggest phone company, missed expectations with a 14 percent rise in second-half profit on Wednesday, and forecast growth in the year ahead that was also below Analysts' expectations. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX7CF1
June 25, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at the opening of Telstra's new "T [life]" store in Melbourne's business district. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX7CEY
June 25, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at the opening of Telstra's new "T [life]" store in Melbourne's business district. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX7CEV
June 25, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at the opening of Telstra's new "T [life]" store in Melbourne's business district. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX7CET
June 25, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at the opening of Telstra's new "T [life]" store in Melbourne's business district. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
AUSTRALIA/
RTX7CEQ
June 25, 2008
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne
Telstra CEO Sol Trujillo speaks at a retail store launch in Melbourne June 26, 2008. Trujillo was at the opening of Telstra's new "T [life]" store in Melbourne's business district. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
SUMMIT-TMT
RTX5WTT
May 19, 2008
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in...
Paris, France
CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra Sol Trujillo addresses Reuters Technology summit in Paris
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in Paris, May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE)
SUMMIT-TMT
RTX5WTP
May 19, 2008
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in...
Paris, France
CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra Sol Trujillo addresses Reuters Technology summit in Paris
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in Paris, May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE)
SUMMIT-TMT
RTX5WTM
May 19, 2008
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in...
Paris, France
CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra Sol Trujillo addresses Reuters Technology summit in Paris
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in Paris, May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE)
SUMMIT-TMT
RTX5WTJ
May 19, 2008
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in...
Paris, France
CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra Sol Trujillo addresses Reuters Technology summit in Paris
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in Paris, May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE)
SUMMIT-TMT
RTX5WTH
May 19, 2008
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in...
Paris, France
CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra Sol Trujillo addresses Reuters Technology summit in Paris
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in Paris, May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE)
SUMMIT-TMT/
RTX5WTF
May 19, 2008
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in...
Paris, France
CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra Sol Trujillo addresses Reuters Technology summit in Paris
Sol Trujillo, CEO of Australian Telecoms company Telstra, addresses the Reuters Technology summit in Paris, May 19, 2008. REUTERS/Mal Langsdon (FRANCE)
TELSTRA/RESULTS
RTR1XCNM
February 21, 2008
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo (L) arrives at a news conference for Telstra's half-year financial...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo arrives at news conference for Telstra's half-year financial results announcement...
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo (L) arrives at a news conference for Telstra's half-year financial results announcement in Sydney February 21, 2008. Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia's largest phone company, beat expectations with a 13 percent increase in first-half profit, helped by rapid mobile phone and broadband subscriber growth, and lifted its 2008 guidance. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA/RESULTS
RTR1XCNK
February 21, 2008
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo delivers a presentation at Telstra's half-year financial results...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo delivers a presentation at Telstra's half-year financial results in Sydney
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo delivers a presentation at Telstra's half-year financial results in Sydney February 21, 2008. Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia's largest phone company, beat expectations with a 13 percent increase in first-half profit, helped by rapid mobile phone and broadband subscriber growth, and lifted its 2008 guidance. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA/RESULTS
RTR1XCNG
February 21, 2008
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo delivers a presentation at Telstra's half-year financial results...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo delivers a presentation at Telstra's half year financial results in Sydney
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo delivers a presentation at Telstra's half-year financial results in Sydney February 21, 2008. Telstra Corp Ltd, Australia's largest phone company, beat expectations with a 13 percent increase in first-half profit, helped by rapid mobile phone and broadband subscriber growth, and lifted its 2008 guidance. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA-RESULTS
RTR1SMUM
August 09, 2007
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra's CEO Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August 9, 2007. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's largest phone company, said its 2007 net profit rose 2.9 percent, helped by strong mobile and broadband sales, but it offered a cautious outlook for 2008, sending its shares down 3.8 percent. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA-RESULTS
RTR1SMUL
August 09, 2007
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra's CEO Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August 9, 2007. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's largest phone company, said its 2007 net profit rose 2.9 percent, helped by strong mobile and broadband sales, but it offered a cautious outlook for 2008, sending its shares down 3.8 percent. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA-RESULTS
RTR1SMUK
August 09, 2007
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra's CEO Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August 9, 2007. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's largest phone company, said its 2007 net profit rose 2.9 percent, helped by strong mobile and broadband sales, but it offered a cautious outlook for 2008, sending its shares down 3.8 percent. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA-RESULTS
RTR1SMUI
August 09, 2007
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra's CEO Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August 9, 2007. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's largest phone company, said its 2007 net profit rose 2.9 percent, helped by strong mobile and broadband sales, but it offered a cautious outlook for 2008, sending its shares down 3.8 percent. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
TELSTRA-RESULTS
RTR1SMUH
August 09, 2007
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra's CEO Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney
Telstra's Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo presents the company's full year results in Sydney August 9, 2007. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's largest phone company, said its 2007 net profit rose 2.9 percent, helped by strong mobile and broadband sales, but it offered a cautious outlook for 2008, sending its shares down 3.8 percent. REUTERS/Mick Tsikas (AUSTRALIA)
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR1G92H
August 10, 2006
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the Grand Hyatt Melbourne, August 10, 2006. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's top phone firm, posted its worst profit since it listed in 1997 as revenue fell at its high-margin fixed-line business and it flagged flat-to-negative underlying earnings growth in fiscal 2007. REUTERS / Stuart Milligan (AUSTRALIA)
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR1G92E
August 10, 2006
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the Grand Hyatt Melbourne, August 10, 2006. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's top phone firm, posted its worst profit since it listed in 1997 as revenue fell at its high-margin fixed-line business and it flagged flat-to-negative underlying earnings growth in fiscal 2007. REUTERS / Stuart Milligan (AUSTRALIA)
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR1G929
August 10, 2006
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the Grand Hyatt Melbourne, August 10, 2006. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's top phone firm, posted its worst profit since it listed in 1997 as revenue fell at its high-margin fixed-line business and it flagged flat-to-negative underlying earnings growth in fiscal 2007. REUTERS / Stuart Milligan (AUSTRALIA)
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR1G924
August 10, 2006
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the Grand Hyatt Melbourne, August 10, 2006. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's top phone firm, posted its worst profit since it listed in 1997 as revenue fell at its high-margin fixed-line business and it flagged flat-to-negative underlying earnings growth in fiscal 2007. REUTERS / Stuart Milligan (AUSTRALIA)
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR1G921
August 10, 2006
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Melbourne, Australia
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the...
Telstra Chief Executive Sol Trujillo speaks during a news conference held at the Mayfair room in the Grand Hyatt Melbourne, August 10, 2006. Telstra Corp. Ltd., Australia's top phone firm, posted its worst profit since it listed in 1997 as revenue fell at its high-margin fixed-line business and it flagged flat-to-negative underlying earnings growth in fiscal 2007. REUTERS / Stuart Milligan (AUSTRALIA)
TRUJILLO
RTXO8RF
February 09, 2006
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydn.....
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney February 9, 2006. [Trujillo said the group expects to gain market share in mobiles in the second half of this financial year and continue its rapid growth in broadband.]
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TRUJILLO
RTR1AGAG
February 09, 2006
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo gestures during interview in Sydney
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney February 9, 2006. Trujillo said the group expects to gain market share in mobiles in the second half of this financial year and continue its rapid growth in broadband. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TRUJILLO
RTR1AEFJ
February 09, 2006
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo gestures during interview in Sydney
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney February 9, 2006. Trujillo said the group expects to gain market share in mobiles in the second half of this financial year and continue its rapid growth in broadband. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TELSTRA
RTR1AEFD
February 09, 2006
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo gestures during interview in Sydney
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney February 9, 2006. Trujillo said the group expects to gain market share in mobiles in the second half of this financial year and continue its rapid growth in broadband. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TRUJILLO
RTR160ET
February 09, 2006
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo gestures during interview in Sydney
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney February 9, 2006. Trujillo said the group expects to gain market share in mobiles in the second half of this financial year and continue its rapid growth in broadband. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TRUJILLO
RTR160EQ
February 09, 2006
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo gestures during interview in Sydney
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney February 9, 2006. Trujillo said the group expects to gain market share in mobiles in the second half of this financial year and continue its rapid growth in broadband. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TELSTRA
RTR160EP
February 09, 2006
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra CEO Trujillo gestures during interview in Sydney
Telstra Corp. Ltd.'s chief executive officer (CEO) Sol Trujillo gestures during an interview in Sydney February 9, 2006. Trujillo said the group expects to gain market share in mobiles in the second half of this financial year and continue its rapid growth in broadband. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TELSTRA
RTR1AZYV
November 15, 2005
Chief executive officer of Telstra Sol Trujillo (L) shows his telephone to chief operations officer Greg...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra chief executive officer Trujillo shows his phone to chief operations officer Winn in Sydney
Chief executive officer of Telstra Sol Trujillo (L) shows his telephone to chief operations officer Greg Winn before Trujillo unveiled Telstra's strategy at an investors' briefing in Sydney November 15, 2005. Trujillo announced Telstra has plans to shed 10,000 jobs over the next five years in a bid to streamline the company's cost structure. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TELSTRA
RTR1AZXU
November 15, 2005
Chief Executive of Telstra Sol Trujillo (L) gestures as Group Managing Director of strategic marketing...
Sydney, Australia
Chief Executive of Telstra Trujillo gestures as executive Stewart looks in Sydney
Chief Executive of Telstra Sol Trujillo (L) gestures as Group Managing Director of strategic marketing Bill Stewart (C) looks on before Trujillo unveiled Telstra's Strategy at an investors' briefing in Sydney November 15, 2005. Telstra, Australia's biggest phone company, said on Tuesday it planned to cut up to 10,000 jobs over five years, simplify its networks and boost revenue from new products. Telstra also forecast an increased earnings decline in 2005/06, but guaranteed its dividend for the next three years and outlined revenue and earnings growth projections to 2010. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TELSTRA
RTR1AZUD
November 15, 2005
Chief executive officer of Telstra Sol Trujillo emphasises a point as he unveils Telstra's strategy at...
Sydney, Australia
Chief executive officer of Telstra Sol Trujillo speaks at an investors' briefing in Sydney
Chief executive officer of Telstra Sol Trujillo emphasises a point as he unveils Telstra's strategy at an investors' briefing in Sydney November 15, 2005. Trujillo announced Telstra has plans to shed 10,000 jobs over the next five years in a bid to streamline the company's cost structure. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA TELSTRA
RTR1AZTW
November 15, 2005
Chief Executive of Telstra Sol Trujillo looks over his shoulder as the company logo is displayed behind...
Sydney, Australia
Chief Executive of Telstra Trujillo looks over shoulder as company is displayed behind him in Sydney
Chief Executive of Telstra Sol Trujillo looks over his shoulder as the company logo is displayed behind him before he unveiled Telstra's Strategy to an investors' briefing in Sydney November 15, 2005. Telstra, Australia's biggest phone company, said on Tuesday it planned to cut up to 10,000 jobs over five years, simplify its networks and boost revenue from new products. Telstra also forecast an increased earnings decline in 2005/06, but guaranteed its dividend for the next three years and outlined revenue and earnings growth projections to 2010. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR19Y8L
October 25, 2005
Telstra chief financial officer John Stanhope (L) holds a discussion with Chief Executive Officer Sol...
Sydney, Australia
Telstra chief financial officer John Stanhope chats with CEO Sol Trujillo before start of the annual...
Telstra chief financial officer John Stanhope (L) holds a discussion with Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo (R) before the annual general meeting in Sydney, October 25, 2005. Telstra, Australia's biggest telephone company, raised concerns that industry regulations have hurt its value and took a swipe at its main rival, Singapore Telecommunications Limited. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR19Y88
October 25, 2005
Sol Trujillo, Chief Executive Officer of Telstra (L) talks to company chairman Donald McGauchie before...
Sydney, Australia
Trujillo Chief Executive Officer of Telstra talks to company chairman McGauchie before the start of the...
Sol Trujillo, Chief Executive Officer of Telstra (L) talks to company chairman Donald McGauchie before the start of the annual general meeting in Sydney October 25, 2005. Austalia's biggest telephone company raised concerns that industry regulations have hurt its value and took a swipe at its main rival, Singapore Telecommunications Limited. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR19Y6M
October 25, 2005
Sol Trujillo, Chief Executive Officer of Telstra (L) makes a point to company chairman Donald McGauchie...
Sydney, Australia
Sol Trujillo, Chief Executive Officer of Telstra makes a point to company chairman Donald McGauchie before...
Sol Trujillo, Chief Executive Officer of Telstra (L) makes a point to company chairman Donald McGauchie (R) before the start of the annual general meeting in Sydney, October 25, 2005. Telstra, Austalia's biggest telephone company raised concerns that industry regulations have hurt its value and took a swipe at its main rival, Singapore Telecommunications Limited. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR19Y69
October 25, 2005
Donald McGauchie (R), chairman of Telstra leads Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo to the table before...
Sydney, Australia
McGauchie chairman of Telstra leads Chief Executive Officer Trujillo to the table before start of the...
Donald McGauchie (R), chairman of Telstra leads Chief Executive Officer Sol Trujillo to the table before start of the annual general meeting in Sydney October 25, 2005. Telstra, Australia's biggest telephone company raised concerns that industry regulations have hurt its value and took a swipe at its main rival, Singapore Telecommunications Limited. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR19Y30
October 25, 2005
Sol Trujillo, Chief Executive Officer of Telstra, Australia's biggest phone company (C) meets with unidentified...
Sydney, Australia
Trujillo Chief Executive Officer of Telstra meets with unidentified shareholders before the start of...
Sol Trujillo, Chief Executive Officer of Telstra, Australia's biggest phone company (C) meets with unidentified shareholders before the start of the annual general meeting in Sydney October 25, 2005. Telstra raised concerns that industry regulations have hurt its value and took a swipe at its main rival, Singapore Telecommunications Limited. REUTERS/Will Burgess
TELECOMS AUSTRALIA
RTR19XWN
October 25, 2005
Sol Trujillo, Chief Executive Officer of Telstra, Australia's biggest phone company walks past a promotional...
Sydney, Australia
Trujillo,Chief Executive Officer of Telstra walks past a promotional poster on his way to the annual...
Sol Trujillo, Chief Executive Officer of Telstra, Australia's biggest phone company walks past a promotional poster on his way to the annual general meeting in Sydney October 25, 2005. The company raised concerns that industry regulations have hurt its value and took a swipe at its main rival, Singapore Telecommunications Limited. REUTERS/Will Burgess
PERU COLOMBIA
RTRDYKS
October 22, 2004
Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo (R) decorates Colombian President Alvaro Uribe (C) with the "Orden...
Lima, Peru
Peruvian President Toledo decorates Colombian Uribe in Lima.
Peruvian President Alejandro Toledo (R) decorates Colombian President Alvaro Uribe (C) with the "Orden del Sol" medal at the government palace in Lima while Colombian Foreign Minister Carolina Barco (L) watches, October 22, 2004. Uribe is in Peru on a two-day visit to discuss regional free trade and to take part in CADE,a conference of Peruvian business executives in Trujillo on October 23. REUTERS/Mariana Bazo MB
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