What happened to Thomson Financial?

What happened to Thomson Financial?

Thomson Financial was an arm of the Thomson Corporation, an information provider. When the Thomson Corporation merged with Reuters to form Thomson Reuters in April 2008, Thomson Financial was merged with the business of Reuters to form the Markets Division of Thomson Reuters.

How much money does Thomson Reuters make?

Total revenues rose 6% in the quarter to $1.71 billion, ahead of analyst expectations, according to estimates from Refinitiv. The company now sees revenue growth of around 5% this year, versus 4-5% previously, and expects to grow 5.5-6.0% in 2023, versus 5-6% before.

Who owns Thomson Financial Corporation?

Although it is a publicly traded company, much of the stock is controlled by descendants of Roy Thomson, who, in the early 20th century, had acquired a number of Canadian newspapers, radio stations, and magazines.

Who funds Thomson Reuters?

Top 10 Owners of Thomson Reuters Corp

Stockholder Stake Total value ($)
Fidelity Investments Canada ULC 1.19% 627,611,793
Mackenzie Financial Corp. 0.87% 462,179,386
The Vanguard Group, Inc. 0.84% 444,283,031
TD Asset Management, Inc. 0.75% 396,028,411

Who is Reuters competitor?

Thomas Reuters’ competitors include Dow Jones, Bloomberg, and Pearson. All three operate in the financial news space as well, with competitive offerings.

Which country brand is Thomson?

Although it was officially a Canadian company and remained Canadian owned, Thomson was run from its operational headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut, in the United States.

How many people are employed by Thomson Reuters?

Thomson Reuters has more than 25,000 employees in hundreds of locations worldwide.

What does Reuters own?

Thomson Reuters Foundation. Thomson Reuters Indices. Thomson Reuters/Jefferies CRB Index. Thomson Reuters league tables. Thomson Reuters Messenger.

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