Tuesday 26 April 2016
Thomson Reuters reported lower-than-expected first-quarter revenue, hurt by currency fluctuations. Revenue increased one per cent to $2.79 billion from a year earlier before factoring in currency changes. After currency changes, it fell one per cent.
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. Bureau chief Michael Georgy (photo) is reported to have been questioned by Egyptian authorities about the report.
Saturday 23 April 2016
The Committee to Protect Journalists is concerned by reports in the Egyptian media that authorities have accused Reuters of "spreading false news" in a report on the death of an Italian student. The press reports could not be verified and Reuters said it had not received notification of legal action.
Monday 18 April 2016
Reuters photographers won a Pulitzer Prize - the agency's third in eight years - for coverage of the migrant crisis in Europe and the Middle East.
Friday 15 April 2016
Reuters launched a new home page with more visuals and a stronger multimedia presentation.
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