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  •  - Passengers sit inside an Indigo Airlines A320 aircraft before it takes off from Bengaluru International Airport in Bangalore

    Passengers sit inside an Indigo Airlines A320 aircraft before it takes off from Bengaluru International Airport in Bangalore

    Posted: 3/5/2012 11:59:50 PM EST
    Passengers sit inside an Indigo Airlines A320 aircraft before it takes off from Bengaluru International Airport in Bangalore March 5, 2012. IndiGo, a low-fare carrier launched in 2006, has climbed to second place in market share at the expense of Air India and Kingfisher Airlines and is the only one of India's six main carriers making a profit, for now at least. Picture taken on March 5, 2012. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
  •  - The side of an IndiGo Airlines A320 aircraft is pictured on the tarmac at Bengaluru International Airport in Bangalore

    The side of an IndiGo Airlines A320 aircraft is pictured on the tarmac at Bengaluru International Airport in Bangalore

    Posted: 3/5/2012 11:55:17 PM EST
    The side of an IndiGo Airlines A320 aircraft is pictured on the tarmac at Bengaluru International Airport in Bangalore March 5, 2012. It's not all doom and gloom for India's embattled airline sector. IndiGo, a low-fare carrier launched in 2006, has climbed to second place in market share at the expense of Air India and Kingfisher Airlines and is the only one of India's six main carriers making a profit, for now at least. Picture taken on March 5, 2012. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
  •  - An IndiGo Airlines aircraft arrives at a gate of the domestic airport in Mumbai

    An IndiGo Airlines aircraft arrives at a gate of the domestic airport in Mumbai

    Posted: 3/5/2012 11:50:03 PM EST
    An IndiGo Airlines aircraft arrives at a gate of the domestic airport in Mumbai February 22, 2012. It's not all doom and gloom for India's embattled airline sector. IndiGo, a low-fare carrier launched in 2006, has climbed to second place in market share at the expense of Air India and Kingfisher Airlines and is the only one of India's six main carriers making a profit, for now at least. Picture taken on February 22, 2012. REUTERS/Vivek Prakash (INDIA - Tags: TRANSPORT BUSINESS)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 4:57:57 PM EST
    Supporters of Yuri Lutsenko, former Ukrainian Interior Ministry and jailed former PM Yulia Tymoshenko's top ally, rally outside the Pecherskiy District Court in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Feb. 27, 2012. The Court started announcing a verdict against Lutsenko. He was arrested in Dec. 2010 on charges that he gave illegal bonuses and perks to his driver at the expense of the state. Prosecutors asked the court to find him guilty and send him to jail. AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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    Posted: 2/27/2012 4:57:57 PM EST
    Supporters of Yuri Lutsenko, former Interior Minister and jailed former PM Yulia Tymoshenko's top ally, shout slogans outside the Pecherskiy District Court in Kiev, Ukraine, Monday, Feb. 27, 2012. The Court announced a verdict against Lutsenko who was arrested in Dec. 2010 on charges that he gave illegal bonuses and perks to his driver at the expense of the state. Prosecutors asked the court to find him guilty and send him to jail. (AP Photo/Efrem Lukatsky)
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    Posted: 2/19/2012 3:20:52 PM EST
    This Sept. 21, 2009 photo provided by Missouri Preservation shows a Callaway County barn that was originally used in sustenance farming for the State Hospital, in the background, in Fulton, Mo. Interest is growing in states like Missouri in documenting aging barns before they crumble to the ground, victims of their age, urban sprawl, the expense of maintaining them and their lack of a practical purpose in an age of agribusiness. (AP Photo/Missouri Preservation, Bill Hart)
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    Posted: 2/19/2012 3:20:52 PM EST
    This May 6, 2009 photo provided by Missouri Preservation shows a diminutive Howard County barn near Glasgow, Mo. Interest is growing in states like Missouri in documenting aging barns before they crumble to the ground, victims of their age, urban sprawl, the expense of maintaining them and their lack of a practical purpose in an age of agribusiness. (AP Photo/Missouri Preservation, Bill Hart)
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    Posted: 2/19/2012 3:20:52 PM EST
    This March 11, 2009 photo provided by Missouri Preservation shows an aged Knox County barn, in Missouri. Interest is growing in states like Missouri in documenting aging barns before they crumble to the ground, victims of their age, urban sprawl, the expense of maintaining them and their lack of a practical purpose in an age of agribusiness. (AP Photo/Missouri Preservation, Bill Hart)
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    Posted: 2/19/2012 3:20:51 PM EST
    This Dec. 12, 2008 photo provided by Missouri Preservation shows an aging Perry County barn in Missouri. Interest is growing in states like Missouri in documenting aging barns before they crumble to the ground, victims of their age, urban sprawl, the expense of maintaining them and their lack of a practical purpose in an age of agribusiness. (AP Photo/Missouri Preservation, Bill Hart)
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    Posted: 2/19/2012 3:20:48 PM EST
    This Nov. 13, 2008 photo provided by Missouri Preservation shows a Livingston County livestock barn with a small milk house, left, in Missouri. Interest is growing in states like Missouri in documenting aging barns before they crumble to the ground, victims of their age, urban sprawl, the expense of maintaining them and their lack of a practical purpose in an age of agribusiness. (AP Photo/Missouri Preservation, Bill Hart)
  •  - To match Interview MERRILLLYNCH/LAMOTHE

    To match Interview MERRILLLYNCH/LAMOTHE

    Posted: 2/15/2012 2:52:24 PM EST
    Lyle LaMothe, head of U.S. brokerage for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, speaks during the Reuters Wealth Management Summit in New York in this November 3, 2010 file photo. LaMothe, who last year retired as head of brokerage giant Merrill Lynch, is warning his former employer and other banks that obsessing over corporate goals at the expense of brokers and investors will ultimately damage their business. To match Interview MERRILLLYNCH/LAMOTHE REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
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    To match Interview MERRILLLYNCH/LAMOTHE

    Posted: 2/15/2012 2:52:01 PM EST
    Lyle LaMothe, head of U.S. brokerage for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, speaks during the Reuters Wealth Management Summit in New York in this November 3, 2010 file photo. LaMothe, who last year retired as head of brokerage giant Merrill Lynch, is warning his former employer and other banks that obsessing over corporate goals at the expense of brokers and investors will ultimately damage their business. To match Interview MERRILLLYNCH/LAMOTHE REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton/Files (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS)
  •  - British Member of Parliament Chris Bryant speaks to the media outside a section of the High Court in London

    British Member of Parliament Chris Bryant speaks to the media outside a section of the High Court in London

    Posted: 1/19/2012 9:36:40 AM EST
    British Member of Parliament Chris Bryant speaks to the media outside a section of the High Court in London January 19, 2012. The British newspaper arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp looks set to settle at great expense a string of legal claims after admitting wide-scale phone hacking that was both known about and concealed by senior management. The court was told that 36 claimants were ready to settle, including actor Law, politicians Chris Bryant, John Prescott and Tessa Jowell and other celebrities, while 10 cases were ready to go to court. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - British Member of Parliament Chris Bryant speaks to the media outside a section of the High Court in London

    British Member of Parliament Chris Bryant speaks to the media outside a section of the High Court in London

    Posted: 1/19/2012 9:36:01 AM EST
    British Member of Parliament Chris Bryant speaks to the media outside a section of the High Court in London January 19, 2012. The British newspaper arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp looks set to settle at great expense a string of legal claims after admitting wide-scale phone hacking that was both known about and concealed by senior management. The court was told that 36 claimants were ready to settle, including actor Law, politicians Chris Bryant, John Prescott and Tessa Jowell and other celebrities, while 10 cases were ready to go to court. REUTERS/Olivia Harris (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS MEDIA)
  •  - File photo of actor Law arriving for amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2011 event in Antibes

    File photo of actor Law arriving for amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2011 event in Antibes

    Posted: 1/19/2012 9:03:42 AM EST
    Actor Jude Law arrives for amfAR's Cinema Against AIDS 2011 event in Antibes during the 64th Cannes Film Festival in a May 19, 2011 file photo. The British newspaper arm of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp looks set to settle at great expense a string of legal claims after admitting wide-scale phone hacking that was both known about and concealed by senior management. Actor Jude Law accepted over 100,000 pounds after he was physically surveilled abroad as well as in Britain. . REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/files (FRANCE - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT HEADSHOT CRIME LAW MEDIA)
  •  - File photo of News Corp Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch speaking outside the hotel where he met the familly of murdered teenager Milly Dowler in central London

    File photo of News Corp Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch speaking outside the hotel where he met the familly of murdered teenager Milly Dowler in central London

    Posted: 1/19/2012 8:37:25 AM EST
    News Corp Chief Executive Rupert Murdoch speaks outside the hotel where he met the familly of murdered teenager Milly Dowler in central London in a July 15, 2011 file photo. The British newspaper arm of Murdoch's News Corp looks set to settle at great expense a string of legal claims after admitting wide-scale phone hacking that was both known about and concealed by senior management. REUTERS/Paul Hackett/files (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS MEDIA CRIME LAW)
  •  - File photo of printer James Bradley looking at a copy of the final edition of the News of the World in Waltham Cross

    File photo of printer James Bradley looking at a copy of the final edition of the News of the World in Waltham Cross

    Posted: 1/19/2012 8:35:03 AM EST
    Printer James Bradley looks at a copy of the final edition of the News of the World as the presses print the newspaper at the News International print works in Waltham Cross, southern England in a July 9, 2011 file photo. The British newspaper arm of Murdoch's News Corp looks set to settle at great expense a string of legal claims after admitting wide-scale phone hacking that was both known about and concealed by senior management. REUTERS/Ian Nicholson/Pool (BRITAIN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW MEDIA)
  •  - File photo of BSkyB Chairman James Murdoch and his father, News Corp Chief Executive and Chairman Rupert Murdoch, questioned by parliamentary committee in London

    File photo of BSkyB Chairman James Murdoch and his father, News Corp Chief Executive and Chairman Rupert Murdoch, questioned by parliamentary committee in London

    Posted: 1/19/2012 8:31:49 AM EST
    BSkyB Chairman James Murdoch (L) and his father, News Corp Chief Executive and Chairman Rupert Murdoch, appear in images made from television as they are questioned by parliamentary committee on phone hacking at Portcullis House in London in a July 19, 2011 file photo. The British newspaper arm of Murdoch's News Corp looks set to settle at great expense a string of legal claims after admitting wide-scale phone hacking that was both known about and concealed by senior management. REUTERS/Parbul TV via Reuters Tv/files (BRITAIN - Tags: CRIME LAW MEDIA POLITICS BUSINESS) FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS
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    Posted: 12/29/2011 12:10:44 PM EST
    FILE - This undated file photo provided by Newman Communications Inc., shows John C. Bogle, the retired founder of the mutual fund company Vanguard. Bogle's sympathies lie with the Occupy protesters and others challenging Wall Street and corporate America, where he made a lucrative career founding Vanguard and pioneering index mutual funds. In an interview, the 82-year-old rails against tax policies that he argues favor wealthy investors and financial speculators at the expense of average folks and the nation's fiscal health. (AP Photo/Newman Communications, Inc., file)
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    Posted: 12/14/2011 10:35:49 AM EST
    In this artist's rendering provided by Stratolaunch Systems, a planned plane that would launch cargo and astronauts into space is seen. Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen and aerospace pioneer Burt Rutan are building the plane, in the latest of several ventures fueled by technology tycoons clamoring to write America's next chapter in spaceflight. Their plans, unveiled Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2011, in Seattle, call for a twin-fuselage aircraft with wings longer than a football field to carry a rocket high into the atmosphere and drop it, avoiding the need for a launch pad and the expense of additional rocket fuel. Allen, who teamed up with Rutan in 2004 to send the first privately financed, manned spacecraft into space, said his new project would "keep America at the forefront of space exploration" and give a new generation of children something to dream about. (AP Photo/Strautolaunch Systems)


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