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Sources: Thomson Reuters hired an executive search firm to draw up a shortlist of internal and external candidates to succeed the current CEO Jim Smith (Financial Times)

$1.42 Billion in Sales Expected for Thomson Reuters Corp $TRI This Quarter

$TOC #Thomson  Thomson Reuters'>Reuters Corporation Thomson Reuters Corporation: Update to credit analysis: Our credit view of Thomson Reuters reflecting its leading global market positions and high subscription-based recurring revenue, but mitigated by its… #credit 

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Most dangerous countries for women, 2018. 1. India 2. Afghanistan 3. Syria 4. Somalia 5. Saudi Arabia 6. Pakistan 7. DR Congo 8. Yemen 9. Nigeria 10. United States (Thomson Reuters)

Most dangerous countries for women, 2018. 1. India 2. Afghanistan 3. Syria 4. Somalia 5. Saudi Arabia 6. Pakistan 7. DR Congo 8. Yemen 9. Nigeria 10. United States (Thomson Reuters)

Most dangerous countries for women, 2018. 1. India 2. Afghanistan 3. Syria 4. Somalia 5. Saudi Arabia 6. Pakistan 7. DR Congo 8. Yemen 9. Nigeria 10. United States (Thomson Reuters)

Most dangerous countries for women 1 India 2 Afghanistan 3 Syria 4 Somalia 5 Saudi 6 Pakistan 7 Dem. Rep. of Congo 8 Yemen 9 Nigeria 10 US (the only Western country on the list 🤔) Thomson Reuters Foundation

A serious blunder by that could have dire ramifications for Nazanin Ratcliffe, British mum held in an Iranian jail. He said she was 'training journalists in Iran'. She was not, and was actually on holiday. Statement from Thomson Reuters Foundation:

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Most dangerous countries for women, 2018. 1. India 2. Afghanistan 3. Syria 4. Somalia 5. Saudi Arabia 6. Pakistan 7. DR Congo 8. Yemen 9. Nigeria 10. United States (Thomson Reuters)

Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Thomson Reuters, Microsoft, Motorola Solutions and Palantir all have active contracts with ICE, according to a public records search conducted by NBC News.

While the reporters at Reuters have been providing unflinching coverage of Trump-era immigration policies, the news agency’s parent company, Thomson Reuters, has been supplying ICE with data as part of contracts worth close to $30 million.

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