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Jeff Mason is a White House Correspondent for Reuters and the 2016-2017 president of the White House Correspondents’ Association. He was the lead Reuters correspondent for President Barack Obama's 2012 campaign and interviewed the president at the White House in 2015. Jeff has been based in Washington since 2008, when he covered the historic race between Obama, Hillary Clinton and John McCain. Jeff started his career in Frankfurt, Germany, where he covered the airline industry before moving to Brussels, Belgium, where he covered the European Union. He is a Colorado native, proud graduate of Northwestern University and former Fulbright scholar.

Twitter handle: @jeffmason1

Sep 10 2013

Neste Oil lifts renewables outlook, shares surge

HELSINKI Shares in Finnish refiner Neste Oil soared on Tuesday after the company upgraded its full-year profit guidance, citing better-than-expected demand for its renewable fuels, especially in North America.

Sep 06 2013

Finland seeks lessons after Fukushima on nuclear complacency culture

HELSINKI Finland is pushing to ensure that complacency does not threaten its nuclear safety record as it builds new reactors despite the Fukushima disaster, which has made some other European states think twice about atomic energy.

Sep 05 2013

Finnish nuclear safety chief casts doubt on reactor systems test timing

HELSINKI Finland's nuclear safety chief cast doubt on Thursday on plans to start systems tests this autumn at the Olkiluoto 3 reactor, one of only a handful being built in the EU, suggesting the much-delayed project may be pushed back further.

Aug 19 2013

Finnish state in talks to buy E.ON's stake of Gasum

HELSINKI Finland's government is in talks with E.ON over a possible acquisition of the German company's 20 percent stake in gas company Gasum, a Finnish official said on Monday.

Jul 18 2013

Cargotec shares surge on turnaround signs

HELSINKI Finland's Cargotec Oyj posted higher-than-expected quarterly earnings on Thursday, raising hopes of a turnaround at the struggling cargo handling equipment maker and boosting its shares.

Jul 05 2013

EU says Greek aid could be split into instalments

MIKKELI, Finland/ATHENS Greece could get its next tranche of international aid in instalments, the EU's top economic official said on Friday, keeping the country in a hand-to-mouth existence that threatens to stifle its economy.

Jul 05 2013

EU says Greek aid could be split into installments

MIKKELI, Finland/ATHENS Greece could get its next tranche of international aid in installments, the EU's top economic official said on Friday, keeping the country in a hand-to-mouth existence that threatens to stifle its economy.

Jul 02 2013

Nokia equipment venture deal, handset business to strain cash

HELSINKI Nokia's move to buy out Siemens AG's share of their network equipment joint venture strains a balance sheet already under pressure from a loss-making handset business, which could burn through its cash as soon as next year.

Jul 02 2013

Nokia equipment venture deal, handset business to strain cash

HELSINKI Nokia's move to buy out Siemens AG's share of their network equipment joint venture strains a balance sheet already under pressure from a loss-making handset business, which could burn through its cash as soon as next year.

Jul 02 2013

Nokia equipment venture deal, handset business to strain cash

HELSINKI Nokia's move to buy out Siemens AG's share of their network equipment joint venture strains a balance sheet already under pressure from a loss-making handset business, which could burn through its cash as soon as next year.

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