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Reuters CEO, Thomson Reuters Corporation James C. Smith
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  • Great place to work, kind and supportive people, flexible schedule but not innovating enough...

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    Pros

    Reuters overall is a great place to work. The people are smart, kind and supportive. The benefits and work/life balance are very good. The salaries are competitive.

    Cons

    The company needs to adapt better and be more innovative, particularly in the US, to the Social Media world. Reuters in the US does not have enough of an identity and is not producing products to compete is today's "social media" society.

    Advice to Management

    Be more aggressive when it comes to innovation in the US. Trim the fat in your BD department and invest in product and development.

Reuters Interviews

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    The process took 2 weeksinterviewed at Reuters.

    Interview

    Randomly found this job on Chinese social media Weibo. There was only one around of interview since I was in the U.S. and the office was in Shanghai. Before that, there was some exchange via emails. The supervisor asked me to pitch some potential story ideas. Then when it finally came to the phone/Skype interview, it was like a casual chatting. However the supervisor wasn't very friendly and didn't dare to express her personal attitudes on your answers. The interview turned into a debate finally.

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Website www.reuters.com
Headquarters London, United Kingdom
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded 1851
Type Subsidiary or Business Segment
Industry Media
Revenue Unknown / Non-Applicable per year

Reuters Media helps you stay informed on the business of business and just about everything else. One of the world's leading providers of news and information, the company provides global access to financial data, news feeds, and corporate information from a staff of some 3,000 journalists. With nearly 200 news bureaus, Reuters ranks as the world's largest international news agency, publishing stories in some 20 languages. Its Reuters.com is a global network of websites offering mobile services, online video, and interactive TV news. The company was purchased by global... More

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