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Britain 'secretly funded Reuters' in 1960s and 1970s

Monday 13 January 2020

The British government secretly funded Reuters in the 1960s and 1970s at the behest of an anti-Soviet propaganda unit linked to British intelligence and concealed the funding by using the BBC to make the payments, declassified government documents show.

LSE to send Refinitiv deal to EU 'within weeks'

Monday 13 January 2020

The London Stock Exchange Group is set to file its $27 billion deal to buy Refinitiv with EU antitrust authorities within weeks following protracted discussions with Brussels over the scope of its investigation into the merger, the Financial Times reported on Monday.

Trust Principles guardians appoint Polish director

Tuesday 7 January 2020

Thomson Reuters Founders Share Company, guardian of the Trust Principles, appointed Pawel Dangel (photo) to its board of directors.

Obituary: John Parcell

Tuesday 7 January 2020

John Parcell (photo), a former correspondent who became a director of Reuters, died on 29 December. He was 73 years old and had been suffering from cancer.

Iran rejects 'conditional release' for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe

Sunday 22 December 2019

A request for the release of the Thomson Reuters Foundation's Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe (photo) from prison in Iran has been immediately rejected.

The Reuter Society

The Reuter Society is a social network for former employees of Reuters or Thomson Reuters. The original Society was founded as a London-based club in 1990. The Reuter Society of America was launched in New York in 2014.

Haunts

Nostalgic recollections of some of the favourite places where Reuters people liked to gather - in Beirut, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Kabul, London, New York, Nicosia, Paris, Saigon and Washington.