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Thomson Reuters buys Middle East information firm
DUBAI Thomson Reuters Corp (TRI.TO) (TRI.N) has bought privately held Zawya Ltd, an online service supplying business information in the Middle East and North Africa, the global news and information provider said on Monday.
Thomson Reuters Paid About $40 Million for Zawya, National Says  Bloomberg
Zawya Acquired by Thompson Reuters  Wamda
Veritas completes purchase of Thomson health unit
Thomson Reuters said in April it was selling its healthcare business - which provides data, analytics and other services to customers such as hospitals, health plans and pharmaceutical companies - for $1.25 billion in cash.
Veritas Capital completes acquisition of Thomson Reuters Healthcare  Healthcare Finance News
Thomson Reuters buys Mideast business site Zawya
Zawya also carries news from Thomson Reuters' competitor Dow Jones Newswires, which is part of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. It is unclear how the deal will affect that relationship. Dow Jones spokespeople could not immediately be reached for comment.
Thomson Reuters acquires online firm Zawya  Proactive Investors USA & Canada
Thomson Reuters Unveils Data Citation Index for Discovering Global Data Sets
Philadelphia, PA, June 22, 2012 - The Intellectual Property & Science division of Thomson Reuters announced today that it will preview at the American Library Association Conference (ALA) the Data Citation Index TM, an upcoming research resource within ...
Canada to end WTO beef dispute with South Korea
(Reuters) - Canada will move to end an agricultural trade dispute with South Korea after the Asian country resumed importing beef from Canada early this year.
Goldcorp trumps Barrick in court battle over El Morro
TORONTO (Reuters) - Barrick Gold Corp ABX.TO on Tuesday lost a courtroom battle over the ownership of the huge El Morro gold-copper project in Chile, after an Ontario judge dismissed claims filed by Barrick against its smaller Canadian rival Goldcorp ...
Keeping corporate culture unified across several locations
When Ali Asaria founded Well.ca in Guelph, Ont., he emphasized the development of a rich company culture over everything else. “I wanted a great place to work, so great that people want to come to work on Monday,” he says.
Why I returned to the corporate world
Like many of my generation (X, for the record), I often imagined setting up my own business. I pored over inspirational business books and wrote scores of journals exploring my ideas.
Dundee REIT to exit industrial business in 18 months
(Reuters) - Dundee REIT D_u.TO, Canada's biggest office space supplier, is looking to sell its industrial properties in the next 18 months to focus on growing its core business, its chief executive said.
How Microsoft got its groove back as a place to work
Microsoft executives say the youthful enthusiasm evokes the company's heyday in the 1990s, when Bill Gates took his revolutionary startup from being International Business Machine Corp's junior partner to the United States' most valuable company.