We recently hosted 25 visitors from Lehigh University’s Global Village Program - an applied leadership and cross cultural training program which teaches students the essential tools for becoming successful, well-rounded global leaders.
During a two hour session titled, “Working in a Global Business,” the participants – who ranged in age from 18 to 31 and represented 23 countries – spoke with several high-profile colleagues from a cross-section of Thomson Reuters businesses including Media, Editorial, Investment Banking and Strategy. Each shared their perspective and experience on working at a global organization. (more…)
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12 Jun 2012Thomson Reuters
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What are the trends affecting the media and technology sectors and what does it mean for investors?
If the world’s superpowers face off in another major war, the winner will likely be determined in cyberspace. Only a handful of cyber weapons have been identified to date: The notorious Stuxnet worm that attacked Iran’s nuclear program and its data-stealing cousin Duqu. Researchers just uncovered the highly complex Flame.
Meanwhile online crime is flourishing. The unpublished music of Michael Jackson is among the booty that cybercriminals have recently claimed. Financial fraud scams target consumers and businesses alike. Nation states run far more sophisticated campaigns to steal intellectual property from rival governments as well as businesses across virtually all industries.
The Reuters Global Media and Technology Summit will bring together some of the world’s top cyber security experts to talk about the latest trends in cyber security. During closed interviews, we’ll also ask more than 30 industry executives to address broader trends affecting the technology and media sectors.
Thomson Reuters welcomes four new members to its news organization. Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and former Dow Jones Newswires president Paul Ingrassia is joining the company in the new position of deputy editor-in-chief. Stuart Karle, the Wall Street Journal’s former general counsel, will join Thomson Reuters as the news division’s chief operating officer, also a new position. Reginald Chua, former editor of the South China Morning Post and the Asian Wall Street Journal, will become data editor, and Jim Gaines, formerly editor at Time Warner’s Time Inc, will join us as ethics editor.
19 Apr 2011Thomson Reuters
“We must be second to none in speed, accuracy, relevance, and fairness, but also – and crucially – in enterprise, insight, analysis and originality. I think this structure enables us to concentrate on doing great journalism,” commented Stephen Adler, who was appointed to the role of editor-in-chief, Reuters News and executive vice president, news, Thomson Reuters, earlier this year.