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  1. Olympic photography fears highlighted by O2 drama

    Private security staff are once again under fire, over an apparent ignorance of the law, after guards reportedly banned pictures of the O2 Arena in London, captured from a public place.

  2. Olympus issues statement on accounting fraud charges (update)

    Olympus has confirmed that Tokyo prosecutors have charged the company over the filing of false financial statements in relation to a £1.1 billion accounting cover-up.

  3. Olympus faces whistleblower at London tribunal (update2)

    It is a far cry from Tokyo. Olympus scandal whistleblower Michael Woodford is taking on his former employer at an unfair dismissal hearing in Stratford, East London.

  4. Olympus directors hand in resignation letters

    All 11 directors of trouble-hit Olympus have today officially submitted resignation letters, announcing their intention to quit after an extraordinary shareholders’ meeting on 20 April.

  5. Scandal-hit Olympus names new president

    The new president of scandal-hit camera maker Olympus is Hiroyuki Sasa, the company is expected to confirm in a press conference this morning.

  6. Olympus ‘suicide’ shock: Post-mortem completed

    The Japanese family of a top Olympus executive, believed to have committed suicide, have reportedly told police that his death came as a complete shock as he was in ‘regular touch’.

  7. Olympus on death of India MD: ‘We should respect family’ (update 9.20pm)

    Olympus’s head office in Tokyo has confirmed the death of Tsutomu Omori, the managing director of Olympus India, and issued an official statement.

  8. Olympus India MD ‘found dead’ in apparent suicide

    The 49-year-old Japanese managing director of Olympus India has been found dead in an apparent suicide, according to local press reports yet to be verified by Olympus's corporate HQ in Tokyo.

  9. Olympus OM-D: Hands-on review from CP+

    Olympus may be reeling from one of the largest scandals in Japanese corporate history but its latest camera, the OM-D E-M5, appears to be already winning over photographers in Japan. Damien Demolder reports from the CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show.

  10. Olympus: Financial troubles will not affect launch of new products

    Olympus claims its imaging division will continue as usual, despite the company's financial issues.

  11. EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Olympus whistleblower to fight for camera business survival (update3)

    Ousted Olympus CEO Michael Woodford will not rule out a return to the company he worked at for 30 years and cannot see himself working for another camera maker.

  12. Olympus scandal whistleblower approached by Hollywood (interview update)

    Olympus whistleblower Michael Woodford (pictured) is being pursued by Hollywood for the rights to make a movie about the scandal that has rocked corporate Japan, reports Chris Cheesman. Picture credit: Damien Demolder

  13. Photographers react to new anti-terror guidance

    Photographers have given their reaction to guidance issued to the private security industry, designed to target overzealous behaviour by officials who suspect them of plotting terrorist attacks.

  14. Photographers’ rights: Government issues security guard guidance

    The UK Government has today issued guidance to the private security industry after photographers mounted a nationwide campaign to stop guards acting overzealously.

  15. Photography and terrorism: Day in the life of Project Griffin

    Photography’s role in ‘hostile reconnaissance’ is highlighted in anti-terror training sessions which are set to be extended to police forces nationwide. Chris Cheesman reports from Gatwick Airport...

  16. Jessops reports sales growth

    First-half results released this morning by photographic retailer Jessops show an increase in sales of 3.6% compared to the same period in 2010.

  17. Photography campaigners called to Home Office (update)

    Amateur Photographer magazine has once again been called to the Home Office for talks with government officials about photography and terrorism.

  18. Jessops chief cautious despite sales boost

    Jessops has notched-up ‘solid’ like-for-like sales growth so far this year and maintains the confidence of its bankers, says chief executive Trevor Moore. Picture credit: Damien Demolder

  19. Hugh Grant tapes: Photographer hits back (update with pics)

    A photographer who was secretly recorded by Hugh Grant claims the actor knew all along that the paparazzo planned to publish the picture that triggered the stunt.

  20. Hugh Grant secretly tapes paparazzi photographer

    Hugh Grant secretly taped a paparazzi photographer, largely in revenge for publication of a photograph of the actor, taken after his car had broken down.