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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

Jun 19 2012

Brookfield splashes $812 million on London offices

LONDON U.S. group Brookfield Office Properties has spent 518 million pounds ($812 million) buying London office assets from Hammerson , in a deal that will see the British developer meet its aim of focusing on retail property.

Jun 19 2012

Brookfield splashes $812 million on London offices

LONDON U.S. group Brookfield Office Properties has spent 518 million pounds ($812 million) buying London office assets from Hammerson , in a deal that will see the British developer meet its aim of focusing on retail property.

Jun 19 2012

Hammerson sells London offices portfolio for $812 million

LONDON Anglo-French property developer Hammerson is selling the bulk of its London office portfolio to Brookfield Office Properties for 518 million pounds ($812 million), it said on Tuesday, in line with its strategy of becoming a specialist retail property company.

Jun 14 2012

Shell puts in more time on Cove Energy offer

LONDON Royal Dutch Shell has given itself more time to decide the next move in its battle to buy Cove Energy , extending the acceptance deadline on its $1.8 billion bid as it vies with Thailand's PTT Exploration and Production for an entry into East Africa's big new offshore gas play.

May 31 2012

Rain dampens Halfords sales after profit slide

LONDON British bicycles to car parts retailer Halfords blamed the wettest April on record and a soggy start to May for dampening sales in its new financial year, after it reported a 27 percent drop in profit for the year ended March.

May 17 2012

Cookson flags breakup as activist fund joins board

Cookson Group Plc may break up into its two major divisions in an effort to improve shareholder returns and is to admit a partner from activist shareholder Cevian to its board, the British industrial materials supplier said.

May 17 2012

Cookson says 32 pct vote against pay package

LONDON, May 17 British industrial materials group Cookson said a sizeable minority of its shareholders voted against its remuneration report, a week after an investor group raised concerns over the company's executive pay awards.

May 10 2012

Trinity Mirror's shareholders revolt over pay

LONDON Shareholders in Britain's Trinity Mirror , publisher of the Daily and Sunday Mirror and the People, rebelled against executive pay awards with nearly half voting against its plans.

May 10 2012

China's YGM takes Aquascutum off the shelf

LONDON/HONG KONG YGM Trading Ltd has agreed to buy Aquascutum, the failed luxury clothes maker that has dressed royalty and politicians, for 15 million pounds in the second Chinese acquisition of a venerable British brand this month.

Apr 16 2012

GDF Suez takes full control of International Power

PARIS/LONDON French utility GDF Suez took full control of Britain's International Power on Monday through a sweetened offer of 6.4 billion pounds ($10.2 billion), leaving the world's biggest independent power producer better placed to win contracts in fast-growing emerging markets.

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