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Reuters appoints Arlyn Gajilan Digital News Director

Reuters today appointed Arlyn Gajilan Digital News Director, in charge of setting the editorial direction for Reuters.com and other digital offerings.

Reuters to host Newsmaker event with Microsoft President Brad Smith on Friday, Sept. 13 in New York

On Friday, Reuters will host a Newsmaker event in New York featuring Microsoft President Brad Smith. Moderated by Reuters Editor-in-Chief Steve Adler, the discussion will offer Smith's views on the promise and existential risks of our increasingly digital world, as well as insights from his book, Tools and Weapons: The Promise and the Peril of the Digital Age.

Reuters announces 2019 photojournalism grant winners as part of ongoing program to develop diverse photojournalists

- Photojournalism grant program gives seven emerging photojournalists a grant of $5,000 USD, global distribution on Reuters platforms and mentoring from Reuters picture editors

COLUMN-Hedge funds were divided on oil, until Trump tweeted: Kemp

LONDON, Aug 5 Hedge fund managers were deeply divided over the future direction for oil prices, until the United States announced fresh tariffs on China and sent prices plunging late last week.

Thomson Reuters raises outlook, grows fastest since financial crisis

LONDON/NEW YORK Thomson Reuters Corp raised its sales and earnings outlook for 2019 and 2020 on Thursday after reporting 4% organic revenue growth in the second quarter, which it said was its best since 2008.

Breakingviews - Thomson Reuters beats Blackstone in Refinitiv deal

HONG KONG (Reuters Breakingviews) - When Blackstone bought a majority stake in Thomson Reuters’ financial data business last year, it found two ways to minimise its risk. First, it used debt financing so that its consortium of investors only needed to put up a small amount of equity – just under one-third of the total $20 billion price. It also added an insurance policy of sorts that would reduce its downside if things didn’t go well. If the London Stock Exchange’s takeover of Refinitiv goes

Thomson Reuters raises outlook, grows fastest since financial crisis

LONDON/NEW YORK Thomson Reuters Corp raised its sales and core profit outlook for 2019 and 2020 on Thursday after reporting 4% organic revenue growth in the second quarter, which it said was its best since 2008 and ahead of its expectations.

Thomson Reuters sales rise 9%, raises outlook

Aug 1 Thomson Reuters Corp on Thursday reported a 9% rise in quarterly sales compared to the same period a year ago, while also raising its forecasts for the next two years.

Reuters appoints Alphonse Hardel as Global Head of Business Development and Strategy

Reuters announced today that Alphonse Hardel has been named Global Head of Business Development and Strategy.

Thomson Reuters profit tops Wall St. forecasts, shares hit all-time high

NEW YORK Thomson Reuters Corp on Wednesday reported stronger-than-expected quarterly profit, boosted by demand for information it sells to legal professionals, and reaffirmed its forecast for the rest of this year and 2020.

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