Thomson Reuters Corp on Tuesday reported slightly lower quarterly revenue excluding currency effects and said it would take a charge of USD 200 million to USD 250 million in the fourth quarter to simplify and streamline its business.
Symphony Communication Services LLC, an instant messaging software company backed by Goldman Sachs Group Inc
Reuters News is cancelling its next-generation website known as Reuters Next, a project that aimed to overhaul the existing Reuters.com.
Dow Jones & Co said it found no sign of impropriety at its China operations, after the Wall Street Journal reported that a whistleblower had accused Journal employees of bribing Chinese officials for information.
Nasdaq OMX Group Inc said on Wednesday it agreed to buy Thomson Reuters Corp's investor relations, public relations, and multimedia services units for USD 390 million, as the exchange operator builds businesses that do not depend on trading.
Thomson Reuters Corp said its 2012 revenue growth was on track after reporting strong software sales to tax and accounting firms, even as revenue from financial institutions was weak but making progress.
When Lex Fenwick started his job as CEO of Dow Jones & Co more than five months ago, he found it strange that one of Wall Street's most historic and well-known brands did not have a direct pipeline into Wall Street itself.
Thomson Reuters Corp plans to buy electronic foreign exchange platform FX Alliance Inc for about USD 625 million in cash, the news and information group said on Monday, expanding the customer base of one of its key businesses.
Thomson Reuters Corp will buy FX Alliance Inc , which runs a forex trading portal, for about USD 625 million in cash, the global news and information provider said on Monday.
Thomson Reuters Corp reported a fourth-quarter loss on Thursday after taking a USD 3 billion non-cash goodwill impairment charge to account for the decline in its financial services business.
News and information provider Thomson Reuters Corp said it has pulled the sale of its healthcare business, as tough economic conditions made it difficult to fetch a good enough price.
Infosys Ltd, India's second-largest software services exporter, said on Thursday it is not in talks to acquire the healthcare business of Thomson Reuters Corp.
News and information provider Thomson Reuters Corp said it plans to sell a unit that supplies healthcare data and analysis to companies, government agencies and health professionals.