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Thomson Reuters to provide Westlaw Edge, Practical Law to US federal courts | Thomson Reuters
Long-term contract with AO to put leading attorney-authored content and AI-based tools in hands of Federal Judiciary.
44% rise in requests from foreign prosecutors to UK for help investigating tax crimes | Thomson Reuters
OECD has recently announced new proposals to help countries tax corporate incomes more effectively.
Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE achieves certification for SAP S/4HANA Cloud | Thomson Reuters
Certification for determination engine enhances integration to SAP for better tax calculation.
Thomson Reuters Announces early redemption of approximately US$552 million of debt securities | Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters announced that it has exercised its right to redeem outstanding debt securities.
With new partnerships, Reuters Connect becomes the most comprehensive digital platform powering the news ecosystem | Thomson Reuters
Seven new partners from around the world will be added to Reuters Connect, the award-winning digital content platform.
Thomson Reuters announces corporate winners of the sixth annual Taxologist Awards | Thomson Reuters
Taxologist Awards recognize tech-related accomplishment for tax departments and professionals
Thomson Reuters appoints Kim M. Rivera to the Board of Directors | Thomson Reuters
Thomson Reuters announced the appointment of Kim M. Rivera to the company’s Board of Directors, effective immediately.
Thomson Reuters to Present at the 2019 J.P. Morgan Ultimate Services Investor Conference | Thomson Reuters
Neil Masterson, chief operating officer, Operations & Enablement of Thomson Reuters, will present.
Archbold: 2020 Edition Published | Thomson Reuters
World-renowned legal text provided to Crown Court of England and Wales judges featuring significant content, navigation improvements, and revised chapters.
Law firms bullish on growth prospects, reluctant to embrace radical changes to business models | Thomson Reuters
Business leaders at law firms are optimistic about growth prospects for the next three years, but they are wary about making radical changes.