Wednesday 22 October 2014
David Betts, last surviving member of the four "Horsemen" who ran Reuters' World Desk at 85 Fleet Street during its heyday from the 1970s, died suddenly on Tuesday.
Monday 20 October 2014
The Thomson Reuters Foundation has joined the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization to provide news on food security and hunger issues.
Wednesday 15 October 2014
The Trust Principles are alive and well and kicking, the chairman of their guardians, Thomson Reuters Founders Share Company, said.
Sunday 12 October 2014
Reuters editor-in-chief Stephen Adler (photo) has warned staff that job cuts over the past year will not be reversed and that editorial numbers world-wide will remain for the foreseeable future at around 2,500, 500 down on the level before the reductions began.
Saturday 11 October 2014
Reuters is working towards a November launch for advertisers and media and a January release to consumers for its latest subscription-only television product. Editorial teams are being prepared for production of Reuters TV.
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- Jonathan Weber out in 'an abrupt turn of events' at tech site
- Alister Bull is back at the Fed - for Bloomberg
- Jenny Scott heads Bank of England's communications
- Jonathan Thatcher leaves praising 'reporters who did the real work and faced the danger'
- David Betts: his banter, sense of fun, love of life, and intellect
- The work, the gossip and the pub - Dave Betts relished it all
- David Betts: great journalist, wonderful friend and very kind man
- Ebola coverage: US angles are a story but not THE story
- Dave Betts - blessed relief at the end of a crackling phone line