Thomson Reuters to Cut 2,000 Jobs Worldwide

Thomson Reuters is to cut 2,000 jobs from its global workforce and swallow up to $250m (£204m) in restructuring costs as part of a move to “simplify and streamline” its financial news and data business.

The company, which employs about 48,000 staff globally, said there would be no cuts from the Reuters news operation.

“We do not expect any impact on headcount in the newsroom,” said a spokesman for the company.

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