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The golden age of journalism

Monday 28 March 2011

A future for news

Tuesday 14 December 2010

Value and values

Monday 10 March 2014

China relations

Wednesday 27 March 2013

Reuters 'identity crisis'

Wednesday 22 August 2012

Roland Dallas

Sunday 16 June 2013

Douglas Hamilton

Sunday 30 December 2012


Wednesday 13 November 2013

Principles and power: an inquiry

Friday 18 October 2013

Aubrey Higgs

Wednesday 3 November 2010

David Fox and Andrew Marshall

Friday 13 May 2011

The Baron: rejuvenation

Wednesday 7 May 2014

Breaking News revisited

Monday 18 July 2016

Journalism in the age of Trump

Friday 3 February 2017

A software rollercoaster

Wednesday 10 December 2014

Reuters Middle East boot camp

Sunday 21 March 2021

Reuters man played piano for troops on D-Day ship

DAVID HALTON - Dispatches from the Front - McClelland & Stewart - 2014

Ray Rumble

Saturday 25 January 2014

Connecting the dots

Tuesday 14 July 2015

A Reuters moment in time

Friday 15 October 2010

Anthony Grey

Tuesday 1 March 2011

Jean Espinassy

Thursday 19 May 2011

Be careful what you tweet

Monday 15 August 2011

Olympic Games

Friday 20 July 2012

The story I couldn't quite let go

Sunday 7 April 2019

Telling the story

Friday 2 December 2016

Jack Hartzman

Thursday 26 December 2013

Colin Bickler

Wednesday 16 January 2013

Ex-Reuters boss leaves eBay

Wednesday 25 September 2019

How much?

Monday 12 April 2021

Jean Espinassy

Thursday 12 May 2011

Suing for Silence: Thiel v. Gawker

Thursday 2 June 2016

Memories of Saigon

Saturday 5 June 2010

Marcus Ferrar

Tuesday 11 October 2016

Michael Posner

Friday 18 March 2011

Irreplaceable, unforgettable Digger

Sunday 8 February 2015

Where are they now?

Friday 25 September 2009

Where are they now?

Thursday 22 October 2009

Bloomberg Killer

Thursday 20 February 2020


Monday 3 June 2024

Gauging Bloomberg's China 'Rethink'

Thursday 27 March 2014

Leaning back into the future

Friday 31 May 2013

Squeezing the genie back into the bottle

Monday 21 September 2009


Friday 20 December 2013

Climate change

Thursday 29 August 2013

Climate change

Monday 29 July 2013

Dennis Savage

Wednesday 5 October 2011

Robert Eksuzyan

Monday 26 September 2011

The spy in Reuters' Saigon bureau

Sunday 4 September 2011

The Promise of Yalta

Friday 20 November 2009

Reuters, the King and 'that woman'

Monday 12 September 2011

Jon Henderson hits a winner at Wimbledon

JON HENDERSON - The Last Champion: The Life of Fred Perry - Yellow Jersey Press - 2009

Justifiably great acclaim for account of life in the occupation

ALAN RIDING - And the Show Went On: Cultural Life in Nazi-Occupied Paris - Alfred A. Knopf - 2010

Alan Riding

Friday 24 May 2013

Ian Capps

Thursday 7 June 2012

Geneva jaunt

Saturday 2 May 2009

The book that foretold Thomson's takeover of Reuters

BRIAN MOONEY & BARRY SIMPSON - Breaking News: How the Wheels Came Off at Reuters - Capstone Publishing - 2003

News - the core element that gives Reuters an edge

DONALD READ - The Power of News: The History of Reuters 1849-1989 - Oxford University Press - 1992, revised Second Edition 1999

'Greed and intrigue', but no villainy

JOHN LAWRENSON & LIONEL BARBER - The Price of Truth: The Story of the Reuters Millions - Mainstream Publishing - 1985, revised 1986

Julius Reuter, the man who knew everything first

GRAHAM STOREY - Reuters' Century, 1851-1951 - Max Parrish - 1951

Vanora Bennett

Thursday 4 December 2014

Symphony: movement in a major key

Tuesday 8 December 2015

Reuters' accidental managers

Monday 11 April 2016

Carl Mollins - some notes

Thursday 16 June 2016

Reuters under Mao remembered

Tuesday 13 September 2016

In vino veritas

Tuesday 20 June 2017

Drama on my doorstep

Sunday 10 September 2017

Coping with dementia

Friday 15 December 2017

Reuters Institute director to step down

Tuesday 23 January 2018

A grim trudge

Thursday 25 January 2018

Why was he the Wicked Baron?

Friday 29 June 2018

A plethora of Barons

Friday 29 June 2018

Roy Gutman

Tuesday 26 March 2019

Reuters role in a sensitive visit

Friday 26 April 2019

Journalism books - Banana Sunday

Friday 4 September 2020

Fancy a holiday, darling?

Monday 9 November 2020

John le Carré: Spies and hacks

Tuesday 12 January 2021

Vietnam War haunts are now for dong millionaires

The bars of Saigon were home for two generations of war correspondents, the reporters who covered the French and American conflicts. They offered an essential interlude between forays out of the city to the battlefields of Vietnam. Some of them were hotel bars, others back street dives. The older ones, like the Continental and the Majestic, figured in novels of the French Indochina War, by writers such as Graham Greene and Jean Lartéguy. Later the Caravelle became the American media headquarters. One of the attractions of the most popular bars was their rooftop location: at times of crisis in the city they became vantage points for viewing the action. Now they are luxury leisure scenes for rich tourists.

Blue Heron is hiring researchers

Tuesday 8 June 2021

Ulf Laessing

Thursday 10 June 2021

Douglas B Taylor

Friday 9 July 2021

The Reuters legacy in Hong Kong and China

Tuesday 14 September 2021

One millionth book sold

Tuesday 23 August 2022

Tough, indefatigable, loyal Rolf

Sunday 2 October 2022

The source

Monday 31 July 2023


Reuters extends search for new president, names stopgap

Thursday 9 December 2021

Reuters is still looking for a successor to president Michael Friedenberg and has appointed another senior executive to take on his duties while the search continues.

Obituary: Claude Salhani

Wednesday 24 August 2022

Claude Salhani (photo), an Arab-American photo-journalist who has died at home in Paris aged 70 after a prolonged illness, was inside a news media building in Beirut in 1981 when an Israeli heavy artillery shell struck. He escaped with a sprained ankle.

Two senior editors to depart Reuters

Tuesday 15 March 2022

Two members of Reuters editorial leadership team are leaving for new opportunities, editor-in-chief Alessandra Galloni announced.

Reuters president steps down

Monday 13 September 2021

Reuters president Michael Friedenberg (photo) today announced his departure in December after exactly three years in the job.

Thomson Reuters close to naming new CEO - Reuters

Thursday 20 February 2020

Thomson Reuters is close to naming former Nielsen president Steve Hasker (photo) as its next chief executive, succeeding James Smith, Reuters reported.

Obituary: Penny Watson

Tuesday 11 May 2021

Penny Watson (photo), formerly a bi-lingual secretary at Reuters for ten years, died aged 71 on 15 April after a short illness.

Reuters editor-in-chief to step down

Wednesday 6 January 2021

Stephen Adler (photo), editor-in-chief of Reuters for the past ten years, will retire in three months' time.

ICE used Thomson Reuters database to pursue immigration violations

Saturday 27 February 2021

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officers tapped a Thomson Reuters database containing hundreds of millions of utility records while pursuing immigration violations, according to public documents uncovered by university researchers and shared with The Washington Post.

Thomson Reuters to review contracts, including data used to track immigrants

Saturday 30 April 2022

Thomson Reuters is to align with UN principles on business and human rights and conduct an independent, company-wide human rights impact assessment of its products and services, including contracts with US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).

Disappearing headlines and other faults of flawed terminal

Monday 22 August 2011

Problems with Thomson Reuters' flawed new flagship desktop platform, part of a $1 billion technology upgrade, have been highlighted in an internal memo that acknowledges faults and goes some way to explaining why it has not been a runaway hit with financial professionals.

'Strong commitment' to news but 2013 will be tight - Stephen Adler

Thursday 18 October 2012

There is a strong commitment to news within Thomson Reuters but things are going to be tight in 2013 given the environment the group's financial clients are operating in, Reuters editor-in-chief Stephen Adler said on Thursday.

New desktop a 'fundamental shift' - Devin Wenig

Tuesday 14 September 2010

Eikon, Thomson Reuters' new flagship desktop launched on Tuesday, is a fundamental shift for the company and the industry, said markets chief Devin Wenig, pictured.

Thomson Reuters adds tweets to Eikon for traders

Monday 3 February 2014

Thomson Reuters on Monday added news sentiment data, including analysis of Twitter feeds, to its flagship financial markets desktop Eikon. Traders can now identify trends and potential signals in huge amounts of unstructured data.

Eikon upgrade rolls out in bid to win back market share

Wednesday 30 January 2013

In an attempt to win back lost market share, Thomson Reuters has begun rolling out a big upgrade to Eikon, the flagship data and trading platform that struggled at its 2010 launch.

Thomson Reuters named 'best sell side data provider'

Wednesday 16 April 2014

Thomson Reuters said on Wednesday it has been recognised as Best Data Provider to the Sell Side at the Sell-Side Technology Awards 2014. The awards are designed to highlight leading technologies and third party providers to the sell side and are voted on by a panel of judges made up of senior sell-side professionals and Waters magazine staff.

Reuters raps three editors over FBI visit

Monday 13 May 2013

Reuters has reprimanded three editors for failing to tell their superiors that the home of a colleague had been raided by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Talking Biz News said on Monday it had confirmed the reprimands from multiple sources.

Rebuked editor leaves for second time

Friday 13 December 2013

Kenneth Li, pictured, global editor of until he received a sharp management rebuke earlier this year, leaves the organisation today, the latest in a long line of Reuters people to go in its current round of five per cent headcount reduction. Many have been offered buyouts.

Thomson Reuters begins search for successor to James Smith

Sunday 20 October 2019

Thomson Reuters is looking for a new chief executive to succeed James Smith (photo), the Financial Times reported.

New Thomson Reuters desktop aims at Bloomberg

Monday 13 September 2010

Thomson Reuters' next generation desktop product for financial professionals (pictured above) incorporates social media features it hopes will help win customers from Bloomberg and others.

Thomson Reuters signs key Eikon deal with EU banks

Friday 8 March 2013

Thomson Reuters has scored a key win for its Eikon sales campaign " the company's flagship desktop terminal will roll out to the European Central Bank and 18 participating national central banks across Europe.

New Bloomberg terminal raises questions at Thomson Reuters

Monday 27 February 2012

Thomson Reuters staff prepared for client questions following its main rival's launch of a new flagship market data service. David Craig, who heads the financial & risk business that includes Reuters news agency, circulated a list of customer talking points following the announcement.

Reuters climate change coverage 'worsened' - study

Thursday 27 February 2014

Reuters coverage of climate change issues has worsened in the past six months and continues to decline, according to a new analysis by US pressure group Media Matters for America.

Reuters hires Harold Evans as editor-at-large

Sunday 12 June 2011

Reuters has hired veteran journalist Sir Harold Evans, 82, as editor-at-large in its latest attempt to widen the agency's reach and journalistic aspirations.

Reuters website hacked in Syrian cyberwar attack

Saturday 4 August 2012

In the latest cyberattack to strike a news organisation covering Syria's civil war, a Reuters website was hacked on Friday and used to disseminate fake stories about the country's rebel movement.

Thomson Reuters seeks new London base

Saturday 25 January 2014

Thomson Reuters is looking for a new London base and is in talks on two potential sites. It has instructed a property firm to find up to 700,000 square feet (65,000 square metres) of office space " one of the biggest requirements in the British capital since the downturn.

Obituary: Diane Stormont

Thursday 15 March 2012

Diane Stormont, who worked for Reuters in Asia from 1986 to 1997, died in Queen Mary Hospital in Hong Kong on 14 March, succumbing to cancer.

Eikon sales improve, but still sluggish in the Americas

Friday 1 March 2013

Thomson Reuters' flagship desktop terminal Eikon, upgraded in January after disappointing sales since its launch in September 2010, has reached 50,000 installations ready for billing " but take-up in the Americas remains sluggish.

Thomson Reuters turns to web for major product revamp

Wednesday 14 April 2010

Thomson Reuters is overhauling its markets division in the biggest technological change since the 2008 merger.

Reuters launches Insider - 'YouTube for traders'

Tuesday 11 May 2010

Thomson Reuters on Tuesday launched an online interactive financial video service, Reuters Insider - dubbed "YouTube for traders".

Reuters' climate change coverage halved under new editor

Tuesday 23 July 2013

Reuters' climate change coverage declined by nearly half after managing editor Paul Ingrassia, pictured, a climate change sceptic, joined the agency, a US study of the Reuters file showed on Tuesday.

Search for Reuters CEO continues

Friday 12 February 2016

Thomson Reuters is still looking for a chief executive to run Reuters ten months after Andrew Rashbass quit the job.

Reuters names former magazine editor as Americas editor

Tuesday 6 September 2011

Reuters has appointed a former editor of Time, Life and People magazines to oversee the work of all of its journalists in North America and Latin America.

Refinitiv blocks Reuters stories on Tiananmen

Monday 3 June 2019

Under pressure from China's government, Refinitiv has removed from its Eikon terminal Reuters news stories related to the 30th anniversary of the bloody suppression of pro-democracy demonstrations in Beijing's Tiananmen Square.

In challenging media market, Reuters appoints new commercial chief

Tuesday 16 February 2016

Reuters appointed chief financial officer Claudia Palmer (photo) as chief commercial officer following a period in which she held the role on an interim basis after the resignation of chief executive Andrew Rashbass last April.

Thomson Reuters aims to click with the Internet generation

Sunday 30 August 2009

Thomson Reuters is gearing up for what markets division chief Devin Wenig calls Reuters' first proper product launch - a new flagship platform for financial products for the Google, YouTube and Twitter generation.

'Orphan asset' Reuters 'not for sale'

Friday 1 November 2019

Thomson Reuters has rebuffed takeover interest in Reuters, the Financial Times reported on Friday, betting instead on the agency's new president to turn it round.

Staff given job search tips

Monday 26 May 2008

Thomson Reuters staff have been sent guides on how to apply for internal jobs, UK Press Gazette magazine reported.

Reuters faces 'unprecedented identity crisis' - report

Wednesday 15 August 2012

The business founded by Paul Julius Reuter 161 years ago is facing an unprecedented identity crisis, with the relative value of breaking news diminishing, Reuters' financial customers retrenching and a string of operational mis-steps since the company was taken over five years ago by the Thomson group, The Independent said on Wednesday.

Reuters names new Americas editor

Thursday 5 December 2013

Reuters on Thursday appointed Asia editor Dayan Candappa, pictured, to run editorial operations in the Americas. He succeeds Jim Gaines as US-based Americas editor. Gaines becomes global editor at large responsible for editorial training, internship, diversity and coaching initiatives and reporting directly to editor-in-chief Stephen Adler, who said Candappa would report to Paul Ingrassia, London-based managing editor.

Reuters names executive editor for editorial strategy

Tuesday 25 July 2017

Reuters has promoted Asia regional editor Jean Yoon (photo) to a new strategic editorial role in New York.

Online news: the Millennials take over

Wednesday 25 November 2015

At a seminar on online news organised in Oxford on 23 November by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, the participants were the Huffington Post, Buzzfeed and Facebook.

New website trumpets firsts and exclusives

Wednesday 21 October 2009

Reuters has launched a new website to showcase news firsts and exclusives. Reuters Firsts promotes market-moving coverage where Reuters was first or alone with the story.

Reuters, still without a CEO, loses second top executive

Wednesday 16 September 2015

Five months after the departure of Andrew Rashbass, Reuters remains without a chief executive and now another top executive is leaving.

Tiffany Wu appointed Reuters Americas editor

Wednesday 8 November 2017

Reuters promoted Tiffany Wu (photo) to be editor, Americas. She takes up the job immediately in succession to Kevin Krolicki who is moving to Singapore as Asia editor.

News ethics light shines on paid Reuters article

Friday 25 January 2019

A report on Reuters' website raises questions about the ethics of paid stories that look and feel like journalism and on news providers' broader relationships with governments, Columbia Journalism Review said.

Thomson Reuters to launch video news service in June

Tuesday 3 February 2009

Thomson Reuters will launch a video news service in June for financial professionals who use its terminals, part of a $1 billion plan to appeal to a new generation of customers.

Thomson Reuters closes upstate New York office

Friday 16 November 2018

Thomson Reuters is closing its office in Rochester, New York with the loss of about 425 jobs.

Thomson Reuters names new CTO

Monday 21 July 2008

Thomson Reuters named James Powell as its chief technology officer. He replaces Michael Wilens who is leaving to head asset management at Fidelity Investments. At Thomson Reuters Wilens was executive vice president for strategy, technology and innovation.

Coders: Thomson Reuters offers $20,000 for Eikon filter

Tuesday 15 July 2014

Thomson Reuters is offering $20,000 for help to improve Eikon, its flagship desktop data terminal.

Myanmar police searched Reuters reporter's home 'for news'

Wednesday 7 March 2018

Police searched the home of Reuters reporter Wa Lone looking for material "related to news" the night after he and colleague Kyaw Soe Oo were arrested, an officer told a court.

Reuters to provide news to Amazon for artificial intelligence applications

Friday 15 November 2019

Reuters is to provide access to news and data to Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers. AWS Data Exchange is a new service that enables AWS customers to use third-party data.

Reuters rolls out 'studio in a suitcase'

Wednesday 8 April 2009

Reuters is kitting out journalists with a portable multimedia suite that has been dubbed "studio in a suitcase".

Tom Glocer on news and newspapers

Wednesday 25 February 2009

The Reuters journalist who reported Thomson Reuters' Q4 results on Tuesday has added something that was not included in the wire story: the public thoughts of CEO Tom Glocer on news and newspapers.

Change to Google mobile searches 'will hit Reuters'

Tuesday 23 January 2018

Reuters is one of the slowest news publishers for mobile searches and will be affected when Google changes the way it ranks page speeds, according to US media and marketing industry website Digiday.

Reuters tops accuracy and impartiality scores - study

Monday 1 July 2019

Reuters has the highest "accuracy score" of all publications in a recent study and tracks almost dead centre on a "bias score", showing neither left- nor right-wing bias.

Thomson Reuters seeks more office space in London's Docklands

Monday 14 December 2009

Four years after Reuters moved to London's Docklands, Thomson Reuters is searching for more office space at Canary Wharf.

Discordant notes on the economic crisis

Wednesday 17 December 2008

Reuters has been indulging in navel-gazing over the global economic crisis to try to discover whether the media has been doing its job in reporting the story.

Thomson Reuters 'one of best firms for work-life balance'

Wednesday 22 July 2015

Thomson Reuters is one of the 25 best companies for work-life balance, according to a US rating.

Reuters shuffles senior Middle East roles

Tuesday 6 March 2018

Reuters announced senior editorial appointments in the Middle East "to win across the file, from the fastest snaps to the deepest enterprise" and counter aggressive competition from arch-rival Bloomberg.

Reuters offers multimedia news free to digital publishers

Tuesday 9 June 2015

Reuters for the first time will offer a subset of its text, pictures, video and multimedia news free to digital publishers for redistribution.

Reuters still 'adroit and adaptable' - CEO Andrew Rashbass

Friday 12 September 2014

The inaugural meeting of the Reuter Society of America on Wednesday drew around 35-40 people and in the process signed up the first tranche of members.

Obituary: Helen Alexander

Monday 7 August 2017

Dame Helen Alexander (photo), who died on Saturday aged 60, was chairman of Thomson Reuters Founders Share Company which acts as guardian of the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.

News honcho champions 'link economy'

Tuesday 4 August 2009

Thomson Reuters' head news honcho has emerged as a champion of the link economy - welcoming the linkage of online news reports by bloggers and other third parties.

Reuters links with Adobe to extend use of its photo and video libraries

Thursday 3 November 2016

Reuters video and photography are to be made available to customers of a new editorial service offered by digital media company Adobe.

David Schlesinger: What I want from the Pentagon

Wednesday 21 April 2010

David Schlesinger on Wednesday demanded justice for journalists killed covering war and called for acknowledgment, transparency and accountability from the Pentagon.

'Don't drag out case against Reuters reporters' - embassy

Wednesday 14 March 2018

Myanmar was urged on Wednesday not to drag out legal proceedings against two Reuters journalists, as they appeared in court for the tenth time since their arrest three months ago on charges of possessing secret government papers.

Reuters media chief outlines vision for future news network

Thursday 11 March 2010

Reuters has given a sneak preview of its vision for a future news network that aims to draw on the experience of online social networks.

Reuters instructs staff concerned about travel under Trump ban

Monday 30 January 2017

Reuters issued instructions to its journalists and other staff on what to do about changes to US border controls and practices ordered by President Donald Trump.

Obituary: Gerald Ratzin

Sunday 13 January 2013

Gerald Ratzin, who as a correspondent scored what he remembered as a bittersweet scoop on the death of a United Nations secretary-general in Africa half a century ago, died at home in London on Sunday after a long illness. He was 79.

Thomson Reuters Q1 profit misses analysts' forecasts

Wednesday 29 April 2015

Thomson Reuters' adjusted profits narrowly missed Wall Street expectations as a stronger US dollar weighed on first-quarter results.

Obituary: Mohsin Ali

Friday 18 December 2015

Mohsin Ali (photo), Reuters' diplomatic correspondent and editor until he retired in 1980, died on Wednesday. He was 92.

Thomson Reuters deploys information as a weapon to fight slavery

Friday 27 November 2015

Thomson Reuters has unveiled a potential new weapon in the fight against modern day slavery - information.

Reuters shares in £2.5 million insider dealing case

Thursday 22 April 2010

Reuters shares traded in the run-up to the 2008 takeover by Thomson were among those involved in a £2.5 million insider dealing investigation, Britain's largest, a London court heard on Thursday.

Obituary: Michael Black

Monday 25 February 2019

One hundred and twenty-five years after Paul Julius Reuter set up his office in London, a stone bust of him was unveiled close to where he founded his news agency.

Thomson Reuters shares top five leading publishers

Thursday 16 September 2010

Thomson Reuters tops a list of the five leading companies in the publishing industry as measured by their shares' relative performance, the website SmarTrend said on Thursday.

Thomson Reuters wins India trade mark - seven years after asking

Monday 29 September 2014

Thomson Reuters has been formally granted the right to use the name Thomson Reuters as a trade mark in India six years after the merger that formed the company and nearly seven years after filing its application.

Gilbert Sedbon laid to rest in Paris

Thursday 30 June 2011

Former correspondent Gilbert Sedbon, who served Reuters for 48 years, was buried near Paris on Thursday in the presence of former colleagues who together represented an aggregate of several centuries' service to Reuters. Some had been managers for entire continents; others had stayed in the Paris bureau throughout their careers as invaluable office assistants, Bernard Edinger writes. All were linked equally by their affection for their former colleague, who died on Saturday aged 94.

Obituary: Juda Ngwenya

Wednesday 19 October 2016

Juda Ngwenya (photo), one of Reuters' star photographers, died on Wednesday in a hospital in South Africa after suffering a severe stroke five days earlier.

Judge rejects request for dismissal of jailed Reuters reporters case

Wednesday 11 April 2018

A judge on Wednesday rejected a request for dismissal of a case against two Reuters reporters jailed in Myanmar.

Detained reporter: 'I am trying to be strong'

Wednesday 21 February 2018

The first civilian to testify in the case of two Reuters reporters accused of violating Myanmar's Official Secrets Act contradicted police and prosecutors on Wednesday about where the pair were arrested, the journalists' lawyer said.

Reuters reporters' lawyers argue for court to dismiss case

Wednesday 4 April 2018

Lawyers for two Reuters reporters jailed in Myanmar asked a judge to dismiss the case against them, arguing there was insufficient evidence to support charges of obtaining secret government papers.

Fool asks: Have we seen the worst at Thomson Reuters?

Tuesday 18 February 2014

Thomson Reuters shares are still not cheap but the attractive dividend yield, solid cash flow and ongoing share buybacks should support the stock price, the Motley Fool said in an analysis of last week's 2013 Q4 results.

TRI target price in Toronto raised to C$44

Saturday 22 March 2014

Equities researchers at TD Securities raised their price target on Thomson Reuters shares C$44 from C$40 in a research report issued on Friday.

False terror threat on fake Twitter account trips Reuters

Sunday 23 February 2014

Reuters has been tricked into reporting a false terror threat against tourists in Egypt based on a post that appeared on a fake Twitter account.

Bloomberg extends lead over Thomson Reuters

Tuesday 11 February 2014

Bloomberg increased its dominance over Thomson Reuters in 2013 as more clients preferred its $20,000-a-year terminal, a US analyst said. The Reuters brand has been downgraded under Thomson ownership while Bloomberg is on the up and up, another analyst said.

Reuters unveils plans to face changed 'realities'

Tuesday 7 January 2014

Reuters editor-in-chief Stephen Adler, pictured, on Tuesday reiterated the agency's commitment to independent, unbiased, on-the-ground journalism, said Thomson Reuters is committed to the news operation, and unveiled plans "that respond to, and anticipate, changes brought about by new technologies, new user behaviors, new competitors, and new global business realities".

Review of the year 2013

Sunday 22 December 2013

This year at Thomson Reuters was one of cost-cutting leading to re-organisation, restructuring and redundancies. Following are some highlights of developments reported on The Baron.

Those we lost in 2013

Sunday 22 December 2013

The following Reuters people died in 2013:

TRI shares downgraded to Reduce

Wednesday 4 December 2013

Thomson Reuters shares were downgraded by research analysts at Nomura to a Reduce rating on Wednesday.

Reuters deals aim at 'best-in-class' content

Sunday 24 November 2013

Reuters has struck deals with The New York Times and global political polling and market researcher Ipsos aimed at delivering best-in-class content on two big stories in 2014 " the winter Olympics and US elections respectively.

Analysts set C$46 price target for TRI shares

Thursday 21 November 2013

Equities researchers and analysts have sharply revised their forecasts for the performance of Thomson Reuters shares traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

Reuters closes Edref, David Cutler leaves

Saturday 9 November 2013

Reuters closed its Editorial Reference Unit, known to hundreds of journalists as Edref, on Friday and the senior researcher who ran it, David Cutler, left the company after 25 years along with many of the editors he had helped.

Analysts lift TRI targets but doubt cast on Q3 figures

Thursday 31 October 2013

Stock analysts raised their forecasts for Thomson Reuters shares following the third-quarter results announced this week, but a report in New York alleged the company was spinning the numbers.

Thomson Reuters to staff: 'Are you genderqueer?'

Saturday 5 October 2013

Thomson Reuters has asked its staff to identify their sex from nine classifications including "genderqueer", a category for identities other than man or woman.

Reuters cuts around 5% across editorial

Wednesday 2 October 2013

Reuters will cut around five per cent of jobs across the board in editorial, president and editor-in-chief Stephen Adler, pictured, told staff in a conference call on Wednesday.

Thomson Reuters still EMEA #1 but loses market share

Tuesday 10 September 2013

Thomson Reuters continued to occupy the top spot in all major data markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa in 2012 but lost significant market share to Bloomberg over the past five years, according to a research report.

Climate change brouhaha a non-story - Paul Ingrassia

Tuesday 27 August 2013

Reuters managing editor Paul Ingrassia, pictured, has dismissed controversy over reduced coverage of climate change as the claims of a disgruntled former employee and a non-story.

Reuters Institute to mark 30 years of study

Sunday 19 May 2013

The Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism is preparing to mark 30 years of engagement with hundreds of journalists from around the world. A three-day event at Oxford University, where the Institute is located, will include a memorial lecture, seminars, and a celebratory dinner.

TRI price target raised to C$39

Friday 17 May 2013

The price target on shares of Thomson Reuters was raised to C$39 from C$36 on Friday. BMO Capital Markets, in a research note, set an Outperform rating on the stock.

A Foundation for better things to come

Wednesday 17 April 2013

It started with a grant at a time when giving did not figure on the owners' agenda. Most of them were more interested in exploiting their stakes in what had become an increasingly valuable but tantalisingly illiquid asset. They wanted cash for their own individual business purposes.

Target for TRI stock boosted to C$35

Wednesday 3 April 2013

Analysts at Canadian investment bank TD Securities boosted their target price for Thomson Reuters shares to C$35 from C$33 in a note issued to investors on Wednesday. The firm currently has a Hold rating on the stock.

Time to pull the plug on TRI? WSJ thinks it may be soon

Wednesday 27 March 2013

Investors in Thomson Reuters, whose shares remain 13 per cent below where they were when the merger closed in April 2008 and whose sales growth is in doubt, may soon decide to pull the plug, The Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday.

TRI rated a Strong Buy - Motley Fool

Friday 22 March 2013

Thomson Reuters shares are a strong buy due to undervaluation and dividend yield, US financial website The Motley Fool said on Friday.

Bloomberg beats Thomson Reuters in revenue/headcount

Sunday 17 March 2013

Bloomberg outperforms Thomson Reuters by a wide margin in terms of revenue per employee, according to a US financial desktop product industry consultant.

Obituary: Helga Frankel

Sunday 10 March 2013

Helga Frankel, a researcher in the Reuters library in London in the 1950s, died in Honolulu on 7 March, after four months in a nursing home.

Thomson Reuters flies the flag for gay rights

Thursday 28 February 2013

Thomson Reuters will host an anti-bullying seminar on Friday run by Stonewall, a UK charity that campaigns for equal rights for lesbian, gay and bisexual people.

'Worst likely behind' Thomson Reuters' F&R business

Wednesday 6 February 2013

Thomson Reuters has shown that it has a steady business even in turmoil, and the worst is likely behind the company in the Financial & Risk division, Bank of America Merrill Lynch said in a research report ahead of fourth quarter and full year results due next Wednesday.

Reuters getting better all the time - Stephen Adler

Thursday 13 September 2012

Reuters editor-in-chief Stephen Adler dismissed recent press criticism and said the organisation is getting better all the time. In a global telephone conference call, he urged editorial staff to achieve a fresh level of excellence to beat relentless, well-funded competitors in an incredibly challenging external economic environment.

Obituary: Brian Crozier

Tuesday 7 August 2012

Brian Crozier, a former Reuters journalist described as one of the "last of the Cold War warriors", died on Saturday after a long illness, aged 94.

TR chairman David Thomson's wealth up $53.5 million in a day

Monday 5 March 2012

Thomson Reuters chairman David Thomson's net worth increased by $53.5 million on Friday, according to a new daily ranking of the world's top 20 billionaires. His fortune is now $22.7 billion.

Analysts lower TRI price target to $26

Thursday 15 December 2011

Equities research analysts at Piper Jaffray lowered their price target on Thomson Reuters shares to $26.00 on Thursday in a research note issued to investors.

Thomson Reuters: Sorry tale of upheaval, clashes and disappointments - editor

Wednesday 7 December 2011

The Thomson Reuters merger has not lived up to the expectations of either consumers or shareholders and instead, like so many mergers and acquisitions, it has turned into a sorry tale of upheaval, clashes and disappointments, a London-based editor said on Wednesday.

Executive changes beginning of the end of turbulent period - new CEO

Friday 2 December 2011

Thomson Reuters' next chief executive James Smith, pictured, on Friday set out his priorities for the company when he takes over from Tom Glocer on 1 January and said Thursday's announcement was the beginning of the end of a turbulent period of executive changes.

Bloomberg v Thomson Reuters battle about to get bloodier - WSJ

Monday 14 November 2011

Retrenchments on Wall Street are likely to hurt the market for financial data, intensifying competition between Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters, The Wall Street Journal reported on Monday. Steps the two firms took to diversify in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis are being tested.

Reuters aims to become best in the world - Stephen Adler

Friday 16 September 2011

Reuters wants to raise its profile, increase the impact of its journalism and be as influential in the United States as it is in the rest of the world.

Markets drag on 'healthy' Thomson Reuters results

Thursday 28 July 2011

Thomson Reuters reported sluggish growth in its markets division as the company struggles to accelerate adoption of a new flagship desktop for financial professionals.

Broker cuts Thomson Reuters for second time in four days

Tuesday 26 July 2011

For the second time in four days, a Canadian brokerage has downgraded Thomson Reuters' price target. Royal Bank of Canada's brokerage RBC Dominion Securities also removed its outperform rating and said the group's markets division may not deliver five per cent revenue growth next year.

Healthcare sale could raise $1 billion for Thomson Reuters

Tuesday 21 June 2011

Thomson Reuters could reap $1 billion from the sale of its healthcare division to reinvest in professional information and services in faster-growing markets such as Latin America and Asia.

Major Reuters editorial shake-up to be unveiled

Friday 15 April 2011

A major re-organisation of Reuters' editorial operations that will streamline layers of editors and involve the departure of global managing editor Betty Wong, pictured, is about to be unveiled.

Thomson Reuters rated one of Britain's top employers

Friday 1 April 2011

Thomson Reuters is one of Britain's top employers in a ranking judged by the Corporate Research Foundation Institute.

Citigroup downgrades Thomson Reuters to Hold

Friday 21 January 2011

Equities research analysts at Citigroup downgraded shares of Thomson Reuters to a hold rating from a buy in a research note to clients and investors on Thursday.

AlertNet relaunch

Saturday 11 December 2010

AlertNet, the global humanitarian website run by the Thomson Reuters Foundation, has a new look with a range of powerful multimedia and interactive features.

Are foreign correspondents redundant?

Saturday 11 December 2010

Are foreign correspondents redundant? This is the question addressed by a new research paper on the changing face of international news, commissioned by the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, Oxford University, and written by visiting fellow Richard Sambrook, former BBC director of global news.

Kurt Schork award winners honoured in London

Thursday 25 November 2010

Winners of the ninth annual Kurt Schork awards in international journalism were honoured on Wednesday in a ceremony at the London offices of Thomson Reuters.

Academic data project sends TR shares higher

Wednesday 8 September 2010

Thomson Reuters' New York shares were up around 1.9 per cent to about $36.90 before easing slightly on Wednesday after the company announced a global institutions and research facilities project.

Thomson Reuters New York shares cross critical 50-day moving average

Friday 3 September 2010

Thomson Reuters shares traded in New York have crossed above the critical 50-day moving average of $36.51.

Deutsche Bank downgrades Thomson Reuters

Friday 6 August 2010

Deutsche Bank analysts downgraded Thomson Reuters shares to hold from buy, saying that the markets division - which contains the financial and media businesses - continues to struggle. In a research note to investors, the bank kept its $42 price target for the stock.

Obituary: Duncan McWhirter

Friday 23 July 2010

Duncan McWhirter, a Winnipeg-born Canadian who worked on Reuters World Desk in London from 1964 to 1968, died in Vancouver on 20 July, aged 75, after a stroke and a succession of complications.

Foundation hikes funding for Oxford Institute

Friday 11 June 2010

Thomson Reuters Foundation has increased its core funding for the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism, an Oxford University programme.

TRI shares hit 52-week highs in New York and Toronto

Wednesday 12 May 2010

Thomson Reuters reached 52-week highs on the New York and Toronto stock exchanges, closing up 1.2 per cent at $38.88 on NYSE and 0.76 per cent at C$39.60 on TSX.

Abi Sekimitsu named editor, Japan

Tuesday 4 May 2010

Abi Sekimitsu, editor, Bangalore since 2004, has been appointed editor, Japan.

Thomson Reuters launches high-speed global network

Tuesday 20 April 2010

Thomson Reuters launched a global, high-speed network on Tuesday for financial firms to access real-time data as well as share information with each other directly.

Tom Glocer: it's not just about money

Wednesday 31 March 2010

It's not just about money: there are other things involved in keeping the stars in the business, says Tom Glocer.

Jon Henderson hits a winner at Wimbledon

Thursday 2 July 2009

Jon Henderson's biography of Britain's three-time Wimbledon champion of the 1930s, Fred Perry, was published in May, in good time for this year's tennis extravaganza.

'Relentless' cost-cutting in downturn

Wednesday 22 October 2008

Thomson Reuters will cut costs relentlessly to deal with the global financial crisis but further redundancies are not foreseen, online reports said on Wednesday.

Canadian broker downgrades Thomson Reuters

Monday 22 September 2008

Thomson Reuters has been downgraded and its price target cut as a result of the negative implications last week's market turmoil on the financial sector and the broader economy.

Obituary: Basil Chapman

Tuesday 26 August 2008

Basil Chapman, former assistant world services editor in London, has died at the age of 90. A notice in The Daily Telegraph said he died on 20 August.

Editorial automation set to advance

Tuesday 22 July 2008

Automatically-generated financial news and data is set to increase, freeing up journalists to develop exclusives or write analyses.

Thomson Reuters leads FTSE retreat

Thursday 26 June 2008

Thomson Reuters was among shares leading a retreat on the London Stock Exchange on Thursday and ended down more than 5 per cent to a post-merger low.

TRI shares upgraded to Overweight from Neutral

Sunday 25 May 2014

Thomson Reuters shares were upgraded to Overweight from Neutral by equities researchers at JPMorgan Chase.

Canadian broker upgrades Thomson Reuters stock to Buy

Monday 2 June 2014

Thomson Reuters shares were upgraded on Monday to a Buy rating from Hold by analysts at Canadian brokers TD Securities.

Lower forex trading volumes again hit Thomson Reuters

Wednesday 11 June 2014

Thomson Reuters' foreign exchange trading volumes were down 3.3 per cent in May and FXall, its buyside-focused business, also returned 3.8 per cent less than in April.

Analysts say Hold Thomson Reuters shares

Tuesday 17 June 2014

Thomson Reuters shares have received a consensus rating of Hold from the 14 brokerages that cover the company.

Market data industry tough this year, may be worse in 2015 - survey

Wednesday 16 July 2014

Risk managers and hedge funds will lead demand for market data products this year but sentiment may have turned negative, an international survey forecast.

Top editor hits back over 'reduced' climate coverage charge

Friday 18 July 2014

Managing editor Paul Ingrassia (photo) responded to critics who said he was responsible for reduced reporting by Reuters of climate change news.

Ahead of Q2 results, analysts give Thomson Reuters average rating of Hold

Sunday 27 July 2014

Shares of Thomson Reuters, which reports its second quarter earnings on Wednesday, have been given a consensus rating of Hold by the 15 analysts currently covering the company.

Goldman Sachs raises TRI price target to $37

Tuesday 5 August 2014

Goldman Sachs raised its price target for Thomson Reuters shares to $37.00 from $34.00, pointing to a potential downside of 2.01 per cent from the stock's previous close.

Pros and cons of investing in Thomson Reuters

Wednesday 13 August 2014

Thomson Reuters is somewhat vulnerable to competition, something that will become much more apparent if the company falters again as it did with the botched release four years ago of its latest financial data and trading desktop product, Eikon, The Motley Fool said.

Fool flips its view of Thomson Reuters shares

Friday 5 September 2014

Two weeks after it listed five reasons to invest in Thomson Reuters, Canadian investment website The Motley Fool gave two reasons to avoid the stock.

Hold Thomson Reuters shares, say analysts

Saturday 6 September 2014

Thomson Reuters shares traded in New York received a consensus rating of Hold from the 18 brokerages currently covering the company.

Thomson Reuters launches climate change news site

Thursday 25 September 2014

Thomson Reuters launched an online monitor to identify and analyse trends, topics and other information in global news coverage of climate change.

Rothschild investment maxim vexes some Thomson Reuters staff

Sunday 28 September 2014

Staff at Thomson Reuters have complained about an analysis of one of the world's largest arms makers that appeared in an investment service published by the company.

Thomson Reuters credit rating A-, stock 3 star

Tuesday 30 September 2014

Thomson Reuters has been given an A- credit rating by investment analysis firm Morningstar. The rating suggests that the company is a low default risk. Analysts also gave the stock a three star rating.

Thomson Reuters loses 'early release' survey to Bloomberg

Thursday 9 October 2014

Thomson Reuters has lost the exclusive right to issue a closely-watched consumer confidence survey whose early release for a fee to selected clients was investigated by the New York attorney general. It will be replaced from January by Bloomberg, which has said it will discontinue the practice.

Reuters will cut more jobs - editor-in-chief

Wednesday 19 November 2014

Reuters editor-in-chief Stephen Adler (photo) told staff of more imminent job cuts and said that, in "dizzyingly fast" changing market conditions, resources within the agency had to be shifted to areas where promising growth opportunities are seen.

Thomson Reuters stock price target raised to C$49

Friday 5 December 2014

Equities researchers at TD Securities increased their price target on shares of Thomson Reuters to C$49.00 from C$46.00. The firm currently has a Buy rating on the stock.

Analysts raise price target for TRI

Wednesday 14 January 2015

Stock analysts hoisted their target price on Thomson Reuters' Canadian shares to C$46.00 from C$35.00. The Sanford C. Bernstein firm currently has a Market Perform rating on the stock.

Thomson Reuters share price target raised to C$52.00

Saturday 24 January 2015

The price target for Thomson Reuters' Canadian shares was lifted by National Bank Financial to C$52.00 from C$47.00. In a research note, it rated the stock Outperform.

TRI price target lowered in Toronto

Thursday 12 February 2015

A Canadian bank reduced its price target for Thomson Reuters shares traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange following corporate results that failed to meet analysts' forecasts.

Thomson Reuters named one of world's most ethical companies

Thursday 12 March 2015

For the seventh consecutive year, Thomson Reuters has been recognised as one of the world's most ethical companies.

Brokers say Hold as Thomson Reuters shares go higher

Thursday 12 March 2015

Thomson Reuters shares have been rated as Hold in the consensus recommendation of First Call Corporation, a division of Thomson Reuters.

Bloomberg increases market share lead over Thomson Reuters

Tuesday 24 March 2015

Bloomberg extended its lead over Thomson Reuters in the global financial market data business in 2014, according to a US analysis.

Hold Thomson Reuters shares, say analysts

Tuesday 5 May 2015

Shares of Thomson Reuters have earned an average rating of Hold from the 15 ratings firms covering the stock.

Why investors should buy Thomson Reuters shares

Thursday 28 May 2015

Thomson Reuters is a stock that would stand up well in any diversified portfolio, investment website The Motley Fool of Canada said on Thursday.

Reuters' online advertising strategy goes native

Tuesday 16 June 2015

Reuters is extending the sale of advertising on its online services with plans to help marketers reach a global audience through a new business called native advertising.

Thomson family sells TRI shares for C$27 million

Friday 21 August 2015

Canada's Thomson family sold more than half a million shares in Thomson Reuters for a total value of more than C$27 million.

Obituary: Larry McQuillan

Sunday 20 September 2015

Larry McQuillan (photo), who covered the White House for 25 years as a journalist with Reuters and other news organisations, died on Saturday after a three-year fight against cancer.

What to expect from Thomson Reuters' Q3 earnings

Tuesday 20 October 2015

A US investment research firm issued a cautious forecast for Thomson Reuters' third quarter earnings report due to be announced on Friday.

Thomson Reuters 2015 Q4 and full year earnings forecast higher

Wednesday 3 February 2016

Analysts expect Thomson Reuters to post fourth quarter earnings of $0.59 per share when it reports the latest figures before the market opens in New York on 11 February.

Thomson Reuters may sell science unit in parts

Friday 4 March 2016

Reuters parent Thomson Reuters may sell its intellectual property and science business in two or three parts to help a divestiture that could raise more than $3 billion.

Bloomberg extends market share lead over Thomson Reuters - report

Wednesday 9 March 2016

The gap between Bloomberg and Thomson Reuters, leaders in the financial market data/analysis or news business, widened slightly in 2015.

Obituary: Peter Mosley

Thursday 31 March 2016

Peter Mosley (photo), 79, who died in hospital on Wednesday after a brief illness, was a Reuters correspondent and editor who covered stories that included the assassination of President Kennedy, the Apollo moon landing programme, and the Soweto riots which led eventually to the collapse of apartheid in South Africa.

Thomson Reuters: 'We stand by our Egypt story'

Monday 25 April 2016

Thomson Reuters stands by the Reuters story about an Italian student who was tortured and murdered in Cairo after being detained by police on the night he disappeared.

Thomson Reuters world crime and terror database leaked

Thursday 30 June 2016

Thomson Reuters' global database of thousands of people suspected of crime and links to terrorism has been leaked online.

EU court confirms RICs settlement

Thursday 15 September 2016

The European Union's General Court confirmed Thomson Reuters' settlement with EU anti-trust regulators over its securities identification, Reuters Instrument Codes (RICS).

Diversity and inclusion: Thomson Reuters ranks 57th in world index

Thursday 6 October 2016

Thomson Reuters is ranked 57th out of 100 companies in its own global diversity and inclusion index.

Banks blacklist ex-Reuters journalist jailed by China

Saturday 5 November 2016

Peter Humphrey (photo), former Reuters journalist turned private investigator who was jailed in China after GlaxoSmithKline's bribery scandal, has been blacklisted by banks on his return to the UK.

Obituary: George Vine

Thursday 22 December 2016

George Vine, who has died aged 97, was a Reuters correspondent in Bonn during the Cold War who was arrested by East German secret police during a visit to East Berlin.

Thomson Reuters agrees to pay damages to mosque over false 'terrorism' allegation

Wednesday 1 February 2017

Thomson Reuters expressed regret in court for publishing false allegations linking a London mosque to "terrorism" and agreed to pay £10,000 damages plus legal costs.

TRI shares lower after 'a blip'

Thursday 9 February 2017

Thomson Reuters shares closed more than three per cent lower on Thursday after the company's latest earnings report missed forecasts and investors showed concern that a measure of financial clients' future demand declined for the first time in almost three years.

Robo-journalism could replace hundreds of jobs at Thomson Reuters - study

Sunday 5 March 2017

Artificial intelligence technology is to be rolled out more widely in media organisations and has the potential to replace "hundreds" of journalists at Thomson Reuters alone, according to an academic study.

Thomson Reuters loses further ground to Bloomberg

Tuesday 28 March 2017

Thomson Reuters' share of the global market for financial information slipped further behind Bloomberg as both rivals fell victim to cost cutting by the finance industry.

'Innovation' in censorship around the world

Tuesday 25 April 2017

New techniques are being used to curtail the freedom of the press, the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) warned on Tuesday.

Thomson Reuters Q1 sales, profit top expectations

Friday 28 April 2017

Reuters owner Thomson Reuters reported higher than expected first-quarter earnings and revenue and reaffirmed its full-year outlook of low single-digit sales growth after improved results across all of its businesses.

Obituary: Michael Rank

Sunday 21 May 2017

Michael Rank (photo), formerly a Reuters correspondent in Beijing, died on Saturday after a long struggle with cancer.

Obituary: Raj Kumar Ray

Friday 9 June 2017

Raj Kumar Ray (photo), a business journalist who had worked in Reuters' New Delhi bureau, was killed in a traffic accident in the city on Sunday. He was 45.

Obituary: Bob Taylor

Wednesday 14 June 2017

Bob (Robert) Taylor was an extraordinary man who during his 77 years was prodigiously generous to his family, to his friends, and to his work.

Reuters to host media literacy event in New York

Tuesday 27 June 2017

Media literacy has never been more important, Reuters editor-in-chief Stephen Adler (photo) said on Tuesday, and journalists have an obligation to help people distinguish between accurate and inaccurate information.

Reuters wins environmental journalism award

Wednesday 12 July 2017

Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism announced Reuters has won its prestigious John B Oakes Award for Distinguished Environmental Journalism for an investigation into lead poisoning across America.

Cyber security: Thomson Reuters to build new operations centre

Thursday 7 September 2017

Thomson Reuters is to build an internal cyber security operations centre to enhance its ability to protect information from next-generation security threats.

Obituary: David McIlfatrick

Monday 18 September 2017

David McIlfatrick (photo), for many years a key member of the technology team supporting Reuters News, died on Sunday at the age of 51 following a chest infection. He had been incapacitated for nearly five years by a devastating brain haemorrhage.

Reuters unveils global approach to company news reporting

Wednesday 27 September 2017

Reuters is changing the way it reports company news from the current regional approach to global coverage organised around industries.

Thomson Reuters profit tops estimates, revenue misses

Wednesday 1 November 2017

Thomson Reuters reported revenue below investor expectations as financial services clients in Europe and Britain held off on signing deals due to regulatory and political uncertainty.

Obituary: Elizabeth Hawley

Sunday 28 January 2018

Elizabeth Hawley (photo), who has died in Kathmandu aged 94, reported for Reuters from Nepal for more than four decades on climbing expeditions to Mount Everest.

F&R transitional costs 'shock' TRI shares

Friday 11 May 2018

Thomson Reuters shares took a four per cent hit after the company forecast corporate costs would more than double for the year but revenue would increase only modestly.

Thomson Reuters to move forex derivatives to Dublin before Brexit

Tuesday 15 May 2018

Thomson Reuters will transfer its $300 billion-a-day foreign exchange derivatives trading business to Dublin from London ahead of Britain's departure from the European Union next year.

Reuters awards grants to eight photojournalists

Wednesday 16 May 2018

Reuters announced eight recipients of $5,000 grants as part of a programme which seeks to recruit and develop a diverse new generation of photojournalists.

Thomson Reuters grows revenue, sees F&R deal closing in Q4

Wednesday 8 August 2018

Thomson Reuters reported a two per cent rise in quarterly revenue and reaffirmed its 2018 forecast, saying it was on track for a "solid" year.

Blackstone wants credit now for future Refinitiv cost cuts

Friday 7 September 2018

Blackstone thinks it can boost earnings at Thomson Reuters' terminals and data business by 35 per cent over three years after it buys a controlling interest.

Blackstone eyes $650 million cuts in Refinitiv's first three years

Tuesday 11 September 2018

Blackstone aims to cut $650 million in costs in the first three years of its majority ownership of the former Reuters terminals and data business. Almost half will come from headcount reduction alone.

Red flags raised over Blackstone's Refinitiv debt risks

Saturday 15 September 2018

US and European investors are clamouring to buy the $13.5 billion debt helping to fund Blackstone's control of Thomson Reuters' terminals and data business, to be rebranded Refinitiv when it closes on 1 October, the Financial Times reported.

Obituary: Donald Read

Monday 8 October 2018

Donald Read (photo), who has died at the age of 88, was Reuters company historian and author of its official history, The Power of News.

Obituary: Rachel Whittaker

Wednesday 17 October 2018

Rachel Whittaker (photo), who was a Reuters human resources manager in London and Toronto, died on 7 October aged 75.

Refinitiv vision: the Netflix of data

Thursday 25 October 2018

Refinitiv aims to become the Netflix of data in the battle for the multi-billion dollar global financial data market, says chief executive David Craig (photo).

Obituary: John Hopper

Tuesday 13 November 2018

John Hopper (photo), who died from cancer in London on 9 November aged 84, began a 40-year career with Reuters as a telegraphist in the days before video-editing and computers.

Obituary: Brendan Boyle

Tuesday 12 February 2019

Brendan Boyle (photo), who was Johannesburg bureau chief from 1997 to 2004, died in Cape Town on 10 February from cancer. He was 68.

Thomson Reuters managed legal service in sale talks

Tuesday 2 April 2019

Thomson Reuters' managed legal service business is the subject of negotiations for acquisition by one of the world's biggest accountancy firms.

Reuters team wins award for military homes exposé

Monday 29 April 2019

Reuters journalists were among this year's winners of the White House Correspondents' Association's annual awards.

Reuters is again the top international digital media brand in Europe

Tuesday 18 June 2019

Reuters is the most popular international digital media brand in Europe, according to new research.

Sympathy for 'Refinitivees' - from the FT

Monday 16 September 2019

Refinitiv staff deserve sympathy for being stung after bosses cracked the merger and acquisition whip, a Financial Times columnist wrote on Monday.

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.

Foundation switches editorial direction to cover 'new frontier of human rights'

Tuesday 28 January 2020

Thomson Reuters' corporate Foundation is changing the focus of its news service to reflect new centres of interest in media freedom, inclusive economies and human rights.

Reuters to fact-check fake news and more for Facebook

Wednesday 12 February 2020

Reuters launched of a new fact-checking initiative aimed at identifying misinformation on social media, in partnership with Facebook.

Refinitiv cannot afford to slip in challenging Bloomberg - WSJ

Sunday 17 January 2021

Investors have high hopes for the new financial data giant created by the imminent merger of Refinitiv and London Stock Exchange but it cannot afford to slip as challenger to market leader Bloomberg, The Wall Street Journal said.

Reuters puts its website behind a paywall

Thursday 15 April 2021

Reuters will begin charging for access to its website as it tries to capture a slice of the digital subscription business.

Obituary: Sean Milmo

Saturday 1 May 2021

Sean Milmo (photo), a former Reuters journalist who went on to become a respected freelance in his field, has died at the age of 77 after a short illness.

Thomson Reuters names analyst as next head of investor relations

Tuesday 4 January 2022

Thomson Reuters announced its next head of investor relations in succession to Frank Golden who is retiring in July after 18 years in the role.

Bloomberg in major London editorial expansion

Monday 16 May 2022

Reuters rival Bloomberg is doubling down on its growing consumer subscriptions business in the UK in a bid to become the country's main destination for business and financial news.

Obituary: Bernard Edinger

Saturday 25 June 2022

Bernard Edinger (photo), who died on Saturday in Paris aged 80, was what you might call the tribal Reuters correspondent.

Microsoft buys stake in Refinitiv owner

Monday 12 December 2022

Microsoft is to take a 4% equity stake in Refinitiv owner London Stock Exchange Group as part of a 10-year commercial deal to migrate the exchange operator's data platform into the cloud.

Reuters journalists in Turkey call strike

Wednesday 26 April 2023

Journalists in Reuters Turkish bureaux said they would strike on 10 May over the failure of pay negotiations with the company.

Reuters expands with new digital content acquisition

Wednesday 28 June 2023

Thomson Reuters is buying a digital content asset management business to expand Reuters to new customers.

Israeli tank killed journalist Issam Abdallah - Reuters investigation

Thursday 7 December 2023

Israeli tank fire killed Reuters video journalist Issam Abdallah (photo) and wounded six other reporters in Lebanon on 13 October, a detailed Reuters investigation has found.

New Trust Principles guardians appointed

Tuesday 9 January 2024

The guardian of the Thomson Reuters Trust Principles has appointed five new trustees to its board of directors.

Pensioners seek UK government help to restore cost of living increases

Wednesday 14 February 2024

Reuters pensioners are lobbying the British government over missed cost of living boosts to pensions. They need increases of almost 48% to make up for their pensions' loss in value over the last 20 years.


Graham Crickett funeral

Friday 22 April 2016

Kemnal Park Cemetery, A20 Sidcup Bypass, Chislehurst BR7 6RR, UK followed by wake reception at The Bull's Head Pub & Hotel, Royal Parade, Chislehurst, Kent, BR7 6NR at 11:30 am to 2:00 pm. Donations to Cancer Research charity as an alternative to flowers.

Celebration of the life of Chris Peterson

Wednesday 16 August 2017

St Mary's Blackheath (Church of Our Lady Help of Christians), 5 Cresswell Park, Blackheath SE3 9RD followed by cremation at Eltham Crematorium, Crown Woods Way, London SE9 2AZ at 12:45 pm and then refreshments in St Mary's church hall. Donations: and

Sylvia Macdowall funeral

Friday 13 September 2019

Mortlake Crematorium, followed by a short reception at the Coach & Horses, Kew, to which all are warmly welcome. No flowers, but donations can be made to Cancer Research UK.