Friday 24 February 2017
Thomson Reuters is expanding in India, where it employs about 8,800 people in 17 offices.
Wednesday 15 February 2017
Thomson Reuters has halted some programmatic online advertisements after an investigation revealed prominent brand names were inadvertently funding extremism.
Monday 13 February 2017
The Financial Times shone a light on Sir Peter Job's multi-million pound pay package when he was chief executive of Reuters to illustrate why executive rewards are so out of step with average wages - and the ratio may be adjusted.
Saturday 11 February 2017
Reuters' 2017 memorial lecture - "We broke the news. How do we fix it?" - prompted a discussion on challenges facing modern journalism.
Friday 10 February 2017
Thomson Reuters has paid $500 million cash into its US defined benefit pension plan, strengthening the fund's capital structure and reaping a tax benefit of about $200 million.
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