Reuters announced today that the winners of three Reuters-National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) scholarships are Doyinsola Oladipo, Joyce Philippe and India Walton for graduate journalism programs at New York University, Columbia University and Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism, respectively.
Reuters on Monday was named a winner of 14 Malofiej International Infographic Awards, one of the most prestigious awards for information graphics in news. Reuters received four gold, five silver and five bronze awards in the competition.
Reuters this week published an investigation into how Rite Aid quietly added facial recognition systems across 200 stores in the United States over the last eight years. The Reuters year-long investigation, by Jeffrey Dastin, found Rite Aid installing the technology in largely lower-income, non-white neighborhoods in New York and metro Los Angeles. A state-of-the-art technology system used came from a company with links to China and its authoritarian government.
One of the biggest Reuters stories this week https://uk.reuters.com/article/uk-health-coronavirus-spain-uk/spain-hopes-uk-to-lift-quarantine-on-spanish-islands-quickly-idUKKCN24S0ZT was the British government's sudden decision to impose a 14-day quarantine on the hundreds of thousands of UK tourists currently on vacation in Spain.
In the month since Beijing introduced Hong Kong’s new national security law, Reuters has been at the forefront of coverage of the bill and its far-reaching implications with a series of exclusives, analysis stories and Special Reports.
Last week, a fire swept through a centuries-old cathedral in Nantes, France. Reuters photojournalist Stéphane Mahé, who is based in Nantes, was ahead of the competition with visuals of the devastation.
Glencore became the first major mining company to scrap its dividend this year, saying on Thursday that the economic outlook was too uncertain because of the coronavirus pandemic and it would instead focus on cutting its debt. Ciara Lee reports.
Britain's central bank said it saw no immediate case to cut interest rates below zero on Thursday as it warned the economy would take longer to recover from its COVID slump than it previously forecast.