Work that matters
Here, your work matters and has the potential to change the world. Every day, Thomson Reuters news, information, technology, and expertise help make great things happen. Take a look at some of the achievements we’ve been part of – and how our customers, products, and people work together to advance the world for good.
On December 2, 2015, the San Bernardino Police Department received a call concerning a mass shooting. Once they identified the suspects, Thomson Reuters CLEAR® was the only database that provided the correct address. The suspects were caught and the threat to the community ended quickly due to the outstanding actions of a group of true Everyday Heroes.
Reuters reporters searched for the next Flint, Michigan—and found thousands of locales where lead poisoning is far worse. The reporting spurred action at the federal level and in communities around the United States. Follow these investigations as they unfold in "Unsafe at Any Level," a Reuters series.
Tax & Accounting
How can a technology partnering strategy land sustained results? Using Thomson Reuters Aumentum, Nigeria, has dramatically improved its land administration modernization initiatives.
Financial & Risk
How can data and technology be used to give banks the confidence to lend to farmers with no credit profile? Thomson Reuters launched the Bankable Farmer project that sets out to create credit risk profiles for smallholder farmers through partnerships with farming cooperatives, banks, nongovernmental organizations and mobile startups.
Global Growth Organization
How do you identify where the right opportunities are for your business? Thomson Reuters has created an in-depth resource providing a clear path forward, illuminated by trusted answers that can help you not just survive, but thrive in the new global reality.
Thomson Reuters Labs is proud to have organized and sponsored #HackTrafficking4Good, a two-day social justice hackathon to stop sex trafficking. These projects were intended to help authorities understand the market, disrupt it, and help trafficked persons who had been rescued.
Thomson Reuters Foundation
A new initiative to fight slavery - Thomson Reuters Foundation CEO Monique Villa and Turner Prize winner, sculptor Anish Kapoor launched the Stop Slavery Award, highlighting the need for cross-sector private sector engagement in the fight against modern-day slavery. The brand new initiative will honor corporations who are ‘best in class’, going above and beyond in ensuring their supply chains are free from bonded and forced labor.