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Thomson Reuters extends use of its codes
Thomson Reuters, the data information provider, is to bow to customer demands and open up the availability of its well-known instrument codes as the trading industry races to meet tighter compliance requirements.
Thomson Reuters buys business information service Zawya
Zawya provides profiles of companies in the region, real-time news and research, and an online network for professionals, Thomson Reuters said. Zawya has a partnership with Dow Jones Newswires, part of News Corp and a competitor of Thomson Reuters, ...
Thomson Reuters Buys Mideast Business Site Zawya  Wall Street Journal
Veritas completes purchase of Thomson health unit
Private equity firm Veritas Capital has completed its acquisition of the healthcare unit of Thomson Reuters Corp (TRI.TO) (TRI.
Thomson Reuters buys Middle East information firm
It has a partnership with Dow Jones Newswires, part of News Corp (NWSA.O), to distribute the news agency's content. Basil Moftah, Thomson Reuters managing director for the Middle East, said there were no plans to end the Zawya-Dow Jones arrangement.
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Canada loses NAFTA battle to Exxon
Canada has lost a battle with Exxon Mobil Corp. and Murphy Oil Corp. before a NAFTA arbitration panel over whether the U.S.
Record number of journals banned for boosting impact factor with self-citations
Thomson Reuters has excluded 51 journals from its 2011 list, published yesterday; 28 of the banned are new offenders, says Marie McVeigh, director of the firm's annual Journal Citation Reports (JCR), and the others remain blacklisted from last year ...
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.
Canada home price boom to grind to a halt
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's housing boom will grind to a halt next year, stopped by price declines in the condominium-saturated markets of Toronto and Vancouver, according to a Reuters poll, raising the risk of a broader economic slowdown.