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Topic - Getty Images
The Carlyle Group plans to buy a controlling stake in the photo and video distributor Getty Images from the private equity firm Hellman & Friedman in a $3.3 billion deal.
The Carlyle Group, one of the biggest private equity firms in the world, plans to buy a controlling stake in the photo and video distributor Getty Images in a $3.3 billion deal that gives the Getty family and management a larger share of the company.
A list of winners of the 2010 World Press Photo contest:
The Associated Press and Corbis Images are teaming up in an attempt to make more money from a stockpile of photography that includes some of the world's most famous photos.
Football fans whose flights had been canceled struggled Saturday to get to Dallas for Sunday's championship game, while those already in town for the Super Bowl were contending with temperatures and snow typical of Pittsburgh and Green Bay but unusual in Texas.