A diversity report commission by Reuters revealed the company still has a lot of work to do.
Activists are suing Thomson Reuters in federal court over the illegal collection and dissemination of personal information to law enforcement groups.
Thomson Reuters has moved its servers and cloud storage to Amazon Web Services, which will help power digital Reuters news properties.
The new Reuters Professional service will seek to provide news and information to individual professionals instead of companies.
Reuters will place coverage of certain issues, including energy and sustainability, behind a consumer-facing paywall, according to a report.
News organizations across the country have stopped using California-based freelance writers shortly before “gig economy” measure Assembly Bill 5 is expected to take effect.
Reuters will sunset its television-centric app less than five years after introducing it and will fold TV content into its existing website and standalone news app.
The decision reveals a news organization’s struggle to fairly and completely cover the news when one of its own becomes integral to the story.
Journalists are worried they may be fired next year after the company recently moved to eliminate many positions from its technical support staff for Reuters.com.
Sinclair Broadcasting cited a new feature rolled out by Instagram as leverage for its proposed multi-billion dollar merger with Tribune Media.