Friday 19 December 2014

Business week in pictures

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AER Lingus CEO Christoph
Mueller gets to grips with a
hurley as cabin crew member
Jane Curtin and Galway hurler
Damien Joyce look on at the
announcement of the carrier's
partnership with the Galway
Hurling Supporter's Club
AER Lingus CEO Christoph Mueller gets to grips with a hurley as cabin crew member Jane Curtin and Galway hurler Damien Joyce look on at the announcement of the carrier's partnership with the Galway Hurling Supporter's Club
Change of leadership at Bundesbank: New German central bank (Bundesbank) president Jens Weidmann (left) talks to European Central Bank president Jean-Claude Trichet as his predecessor Axel Weber (second right) with wife Diane Chatterton-Weber and German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble (right) wait for the start of a handover ceremony at the Bundesbank headquarters in Frankfurt yesterday. Photo: Reuters
Billionaire investor Warren Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire Hathaway, sells jewellery to shareholder Patsy Hosman of Jefferson, South Dakota, at the Berkshire-owned Borsheims jewellery store in Omaha, Nebraska, during a well-attended AGM at the weekend, where 40,000 turned up to fete the 'Sage of Omaha'. Photo: Reuters
Newspaper headlines telling of Osama Bin Laden's death at the hands of US forces. The 'Bin Laden bounce' was hailed by traders across the globe yesterday as stock markets across Europe, Asia and the US all rose strongly following news of the al-Qa'ida leader's death. Photo: Getty Images
German Chancellor Angela Merkel looks at a model representing the Baltic 1 offshore wind farm at the official launch of the wind power project at the Baltic Sea on May 2 in Zingst, Germany. Baltic 1, a project of German energy utility EnBW that includes 21 turbines rated at 2.3 megawatts each, is Germany's first commercial offshore wind farm. Germany has thus far lagged in offshore wind farm construction when compared to neighbors like Great Britain and Denmark, though Merkel has vowed to support offshore wind farm development as part of an overall policy to encourage renewable energy production. Photo: Getty Images
The Chrysler logo is seen on the front of a brand new Chrysler vehicle at a Chrysler dealership on May 2 in Vallejo, California. Chrysler reported its first quarterly profit since filing bankruptcy in 2009 earning a profit of $116m for the first quarter compared to a loss of $197m one year ago. Photo: Getty Images

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