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Gütersloh

(güt`ərslō), city (1994 pop. 91,630), North Rhine–Westphalia, W Germany. Its diverse industries produce machinery, metal products, and furniture. Gütersloh passed from the bishopric of Osnabrück to Prussia in 1815 and was chartered in 1825.
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Bertelsmann, based in Guetersloh, Germany, held talks to combine with Time Warner Inc.'s Warner Music earlier this year, after failing to merge with the unit in 2000.
Werner Weidenfeld is currently a member of the executive board, Bertelsmann Foundation, Guetersloh; director of the Center for Applied Policy Research (CAP) Ludwig Maximilians University, Munich; and professor for political science at Geschwister-School-Institut, University of Munich.
Bertelsmann has no plans to move its headquarters from the sleepy town of Guetersloh to the capital, but the prestigious address on the city's main thoroughfare--Unter den Linden 1--does give the company "an ideal location to invite guests from around the world," says Bertelsmann CEO Gunther Thielen.
for Fox) and London (Pearson), and are bankrolled according to the mood in Munich (EM.TV, Kirch Gruppe), Guetersloh (Berrelsmann), Madrid (Telefonica Media), Riyadh (Al-Waleed), Amsterdam (Upc) and other cities.
But Gulf War veteran Schofield said he saw her in officers' mess at the Princess Royal Barracks in Guetersloh, Germany, in the early hours after they had both been drinking.
How complex the debates about the impact of the Counter-Reformation on German states have become can be seen, for example, in the recent volume Die katholische Konfessionalisierung, edited by Wolfgang Reinhard and Heinz Schilling (Guetersloh, 1995).
[6] Karl Roemer, ed., Facts about Germany (Guetersloh, Germany, Vertelsmann Lexikon Verlag, 1987), p.
See Christian Weber, Missionstheologie bei Wilhelm Loehe: Aufbruch zur Kirche der Zukunft (Guetersloh: Guetersloher Verlagshaus, 1996), 44-161.
5 BERTELSMANN Guetersloh, Germany Revenue: $17.83 billion Profits: $2.8 billion Once seen as Germany's unsinkable cruiser, Bertelsmann appears to have been rattled by the turbulent waters that capsized many of Germany's leading media companies.
But Gulf War veteran Schofield said he saw her in the officers' mess at the Princess Royal Barracks in Guetersloh, Germany, after a drinking session.