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Reuters

International news and quotation service based in London.

Reuters

a company which collects and disseminates worldwide general news items for press publication and which provides support facilities for the financial markets. See GLOBEX.
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Reuter Business Briefing--a user-friendly search product which accesses latest headlines and full-text stories, as well as a five-year archive on headlines and stories from Reuters, Business Wire, PR Newswire and over 600 other titles.
Reuter Link offers PC access to timely, validated, current and historical pricing data for some 200,000 instruments, making it an ideal complement to Reuter real-time services.
The Reuters Building @ 3 Times square will be the Rudins' first newly constructed commercial development of the Nineties.
WEFA's research and forecasts are a perfect compliment to Reuters' coverage of breaking world news, providing an unbeatable combination of world-class economic research, analysis, and news," said Andrew Nibley, president, Reuters NewMedia Inc.
John Chiahemen has been named the editor of Reuters Africa.
In addition, with Plateau hosting and supporting the solution, Reuters will be able to free up internal resources for other projects, which will save us time and money.
The deal delivers on Reuters stated aim of extending beyond the desktop to offer a complete business solution for an entire global organization.
Reuters NewsScope Real-time lets Reuters clients use Reuters live news content to drive automated trading and respond to market-moving events as they occur.
NEW YORK -- Starting today, 24 of the media industry's most influential executives will share their views on the future of media at the Reuters Media Summit in New York.
As one of the world's largest providers of syndicated news, Reuters will now offer Pluck's BlogBurst blog syndication service to thousands of its media partners worldwide.
NEW YORK -- Reuters (LSE:RTR) (NASDAQ:RTRSY), the global information company, is opening the world's first virtual news bureau in Second Life.
Peace is a former graduate trainee at Reuters who joined the company in 1987 before rising through marketing and sales roles in Asia.