Knowledge Effect Stories

Good Games, A Source of Healthy Living

Good games contain entertainment. There is certainly much useful gamming software covet fashion cheats, which runs either on your personal computers or on your portable devices like laptops or handheld devices. These games let you understand a real real environment game. There are numerous examples of this like snooker game in computers is a low space taking mini game nevertheless its advantages are much greater than its size. It can allow you to know the way actual snooker is played. You play with computer in 1 player or multiplayer format. Therefore, you learn the angles and in addition that force you may hit the ball. And also are difficulty levels with that you can practice the same as in tangible world you could have strong contenders as well as the weak ones.

Likewise the poker and black head games designed just like in actual casino. So playing these games will make you a good player so you don”t lose anything while playing in the real casino. As each game possesses its own rules there are many games in one casino. So for example, poker and black head are two games took part in casino and therefore are the most typical games of a casino. These good games are copied much like real and made for computers so that you will practice those anytime and anywhere.

Some games like Scrabble are also copied in soft world as Words with Friends. To help you improve your vocabulary with your games. Furthermore, with the coming of internet and technology, all these arcade games are becoming more popular then ever casino online and also the developers of the games are generating a great deal. You can see just about all forms of games for iPhones, pocket PCs, tablets and androids. Additionally that these good games are designed for every os like Microsoft”s mango, apple”s Mac and Google”s android. So gaming market is gaining attention of average person. There are also chances of great employment opportunities in this industry.

Good games cause you to sharp as you have to goal at the right time and with the right potential so sorts extremely important in life. There is a research that persons who play more games will be more sharp and grab things more quickly whereas persons who are geek and don”t play much games can”t handle things quickly and also lag in several aspects of life. So in order to be a properly grown person, one needs to play games. Also games have to be played on the right age as well as the right period. Playing a lot of games on a regular basis could make you lose marks inside the exams and waste time. So games must be played though the best proportion and that”s what all modern day doctors suggest to children from

What is the Knowledge Effect?

We believe in a principle that says through knowledge, businesses and professionals everywhere can steer the course of events. Grow economies. Promote justice. Even save lives. Over 20 million professionals rely on the intelligent information we provide to help them spark ideas and actions that positively affect millions more. In business. In government. In the world in which we live. Because the right information in the right hands leads to amazing things. That’s the Knowledge Effect.

Thomson Reuters Aurora stars in Nov 4 ESPN sailing program

Sailors and sports fans should stay near the television set on Friday evening, Nov 4, when the Thomson-Reuters sponsored 66-foot ocean racer  Aurora will be featured in one of  three ESPN sailing programs produced by sailing legend Gary Jobson, a regular on Aurora as helmsman and tactician. 

Aurora, Marblehead-Halifax Race

Whether you are a yacht racer, a cruising sailor or recreate on a Sunfish,  you will enjoy exciting footage from Aurora’s 2011 season of racing in the Atlantic Ocean off the east coast of the United States and Canada.  Thanks to the seamanship and dedication of a mostly non-professional crew,  the Aurora sailing program collected numerous trophies this year, radiated good karma and sportsmanship, and established Thomson Reuters as a premier sponsor of world class sailing events. New Thomson Reuters ads featuring the stunning Aurora under sail will also be aired for the first time during the three-hours of prime-time sailing on ESPN Classic, which  starts at 7 p.m. EDT (2300 GMT.)  The programing details:

ESPN Classic, Friday Nov. 4:

7:00pm Best of One Design Racing

8:00pm New York Yacht Club World Invitational Cup

9:00pm Racing for an Ocean Record (this is the show on Aurora)

— Alden Bentley 


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Vision for 2011 and Beyond: Content Marketplace

Actionable information must be well described, highly organized, seamlessly commingled, and easily navigable. A new initiative we’ve launched to achieve this is Content Marketplace,  our new strategy to leverage our deep and broad content assets and create enabling technology and capabilities, as well as a common language of content across the company.

As Peter Marney, senior vice president of the Content Marketplace Group describes it, “Content Marketplace is founded on the firm view that our customers use not only the content we manage, but also content found on the web, that provided by third parties, customer proprietary data, and Content Marketplace is our solution for how we will bring all four sectors of content together in a seamless, interoperable way.”

Hear more from Peter Marney here and learn more in our 2010 Annual Report.

Vision for 2011 and Beyond: Atlas

We are constantly exploring new ways to leverage and combine assets across our businesses to meet our customers’ needs. One of the new initiatives that we’re excited about is Atlas. Atlas is about ongoing, real-time scoring of relationships that can be applied to solve business challenges across the whole company.

“Atlas aims to leverage all of the untapped information that Thomson Reuters has in unstructured content,” explains Mars Olaf-Ors. “You know, all of these documents that mention a lot of people, a lot of companies, a lot of places, and a lot of, you know, stuff.”

Hear more from Mars and learn more about this new initiative and others in our 2010 Annual Report.

WestlawNext: A “You-centric” Legal Search System

In 2010, we launched new product platforms that embody The Knowledge Effect by giving our customers richer and more relevant information, delivered faster, along with more powerful tools, accessed through more intuitive and adaptable interfaces. One of those tools is WestlawNext. See more about our “Year of Delivery” in our 2010 Annual Report.

Introducing The Knowledge Effect

At Thomson Reuters we believe that the right information in the right hands leads to amazing things. We call this “The Knowledge Effect,”  a process that thrives on participation. That’s why we’re very excited to launch this new Knowledge Effect community blog – a new forum for you, our customers and colleagues, to engage in a valuable exchange of ideas, insights, resources and experiences.

Check out our growing series of Knowledge Effect Stories, and please share your story. How have your most crucial business decisions benefited from having access to the right information at the right time? What amazing things have you and your organization accomplished as a result?

Location, Location, Location – and Tax Laws

From a sneaker manufacturer to a technology firm, growing the business often means expanding the business. How do companies decide where to go? Which state will be most favorable?

Often, it comes down to taxes.

While that seems simple, it couldn’t be more complex. Which is why so many tax advisors rely on Checkpoint® from Thomson Reuters — to research and easily compare tax laws.

One tax-friendly state could save a company millions more than another.

With tax codes changing and new tax laws being introduced all the time, it’s hard for tax managers to keep up. That’s why our analysts are scanning legislation and updating Checkpoint immediately.

Another issue: Each state has its own lexicon. Take enterprise zones, for example. What Pennsylvania calls a “Keystone Opportunity Zone,” Michigan calls a “Renaissance Zone.” Same thing, different name, further complicating a tax manager’s job.

With sophisticated, cutting edge technology coupled with industry experts examining the language, Checkpoint can actually recognize the difference. And with one click, the tax professionals we partner with have the comparative information they need — so they can determine which states are most tax effective.

That can help get companies moving. And growing.

The most powerful tax system for streamlined research. Proof that the right information in the right hands leads to amazing things. That’s the Knowledge Effect.

Discover Checkpoint.

Forecasting the Weather to Predict the Markets

When a powerful gust of wind is expected to blow across northern Germany, it will actually be felt throughout Europe’s power markets, sending prices plummeting.

The question is: How low?

With the supply of wind and solar energy increasing globally, traders are increasingly turning to Thomson Reuters to determine how the markets will react.

To calculate a wind gust not just in miles per hour. But dollars and Euros.

With our sophisticated price predictive models, in-depth knowledge of power, gas and CO2 emissions, we can forecast what, for instance, a stretch of unseasonably warm winter temperatures on the Eastern Seaboard will do to natural gas prices across the nation.

As soon as we forecast it, the financial professionals we partner with are acting on it, using the information to drive their businesses, investments and trading strategies.

Anticipating how weather will impact market behavior. Proof that the right information in the right hands leads to amazing things. That’s the Knowledge Effect.

Discover Thomson Reuters Commodities.