Thomson Reuters Corp (TRI.TO)
10 Dec 2018
LONDON/FRANKFURT, Nov 28 European buyout fund BC Partners is preparing to sell its financial news and data business Acuris in a deal that could be worth more than 1 billion pounds, three sources with knowledge of the matter told Reuters.
TORONTO Thomson Reuters Corp is looking to make "substantive" acquisitions to boost its legal and tax units after selling a majority stake in its financial terminal business, Chief Executive Jim Smith said on Tuesday.
TORONTO, Nov 6 Thomson Reuters Corp on Tuesday reported a 3 percent rise in quarterly revenue, excluding the effects of exchange rates, driven by higher sales at its Legal business, and said that it was on track to deliver a "solid" full-year performance.
On Monday, the Newswomen’s Club of New York announced the winners of the 2018 Front Page Awards, and Reuters has been recognized in five categories.
Blackstone Group LP said on Thursday it has agreed to acquire life sciences investment firm Clarus, in an effort by the world's largest alternative asset manager to scale up its investments in healthcare.
Oct 4 Blackstone Group LP said on Thursday it has agreed to acquire life sciences investment firm Clarus, in an effort by the world's largest alternative asset manager to scale up its investments in healthcare.
TORONTO Thomson Reuters Corp said on Monday it had completed the sale of a majority stake in its Financial & Risk (F&R) unit to private equity firm Blackstone Group LP .
TORONTO, Oct 1 Thomson Reuters Corp said on Monday it had completed the sale of a majority stake in its Financial & Risk (F&R) unit to private equity firm Blackstone Group LP.
A new interactive launched by Reuters today examines the composition of the federal appellate bench and U.S. President Donald Trump’s impact on the judiciary. ‘Courting Change’ is a deep dive into how Trump’s vow to transform the judiciary is shaping up, and the graphic will evolve over time as new vacancies and appointments come about.
LONDON (Reuters Breakingviews) - The official position of the Federal Reserve is that the subprime crisis of 2008 was largely a consequence of poor financial regulation. There’s an alternative view: That the Fed’s easy-money policy after 2002 created a desperate search for higher-yielding securities. It also encouraged banks to partake in what are known as carry trades, borrowing cheaply in dollars and lending at higher rates both at home and abroad. From this perspective, the catastrophe follow