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Thai court says unclear who shot Reuters cameraman

Thursday 30 April 2015

Five years after Reuters cameraman Hiroyuki Muramoto (photo) was shot dead during an army crackdown on anti-government "red shirt" protests in Bangkok, a court said it was unable to determine whether the shot was fired by Thai soldiers or protesters.

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.

News is vital to Thomson Reuters - James Smith

Wednesday 29 April 2015

Chief executive James Smith (photo) renewed Thomson Reuters' commitment to continuing to provide high quality journalism for years to come.

Reuters shifts most US stock reporting to India

Tuesday 28 April 2015

Starting some time in May, most of Reuters' US stock reports will be written from Bangalore, the Indian city where the agency has a large offshore reporting operation, The Newspaper Guild of New York said.

Thomson Reuters forex volumes rise 13% from month earlier

Tuesday 21 April 2015

Daily foreign exchange volumes on currency platforms run by Thomson Reuters rose to $402 billion last month from $355 billion in February.

The Reuter Society

The Reuter Society is a social network for former employees of Reuters or Thomson Reuters. The original Society was founded as a London-based club in 1990. The Reuter Society of America was launched in New York in 2014.


Nostalgic recollections of some of the favourite places where Reuters people liked to gather - in Beirut, Hong Kong, Johannesburg, Kabul, London, New York, Nicosia, Paris, Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh CIty) and Washington.