An interview by cable news channel CNN with Bernhard Auer, chief executive at the newly reconstituted Olivetti PC company, came to a sticky end on the first day of the show when the film crew locked itself and its kit out of a Hanover apartment.
According to sources close to Olivetti, all the CNN crew managed to leave their apartment at the same time, leaving the keys and their filing kit behind.
They were unable to locate the owners of the apartment, who were on a two-week holiday, and at press time were in negotations with a German locksmith to get back inside and rescue the day.
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