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Thomson Reuters Corporation. Pat McMahon 3/19/12. Products. Business data provider Enormous variety of professional products and software Five major divisions: Markets Legal Intellectual property and science Tax and accounting Global growth organization. Financials. Financials.

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Thomson reuters corporation

Thomson Reuters Corporation

Pat McMahon

3/19/12


Products

Products

  • Business data provider

  • Enormous variety of professional products and software

  • Five major divisions:

    • Markets

    • Legal

    • Intellectual property and science

    • Tax and accounting

    • Global growth organization


Financials

Financials


Financials1

Financials

  • Market value: $24.5 billion

  • Revenue: $13.8 billion

  • Net income: $1.4 billion

  • 55,000 employees worldwide


History

History

  • Began as two separate companies

    • The Thomson Corporation

    • Reuters Group

  • April 17 2008 Thomson Corporation bought Reuters

  • Merger valued at $17.2 billion

  • Merger had anti-trust review and proceedings for “potential of abuse on the dominant market position”


History1

History

  • Thomson Corporation

  • Began in 1950s as a small Canadian newspaper, founded by Roy Thomson

  • Grew in the 1960s to become one of the largest newspaper conglomerate and publisher in Canada

  • In 1978, acquired Wadsworth publishing became one of the largest publishers of educational texts


History2

History

  • Thomson Corporation

  • In early 90s, transitioned to specialized information services

  • Owns hundreds of well-known brands, such as:

    • Physician’s Desk Reference

    • EndNote

    • Micropatent

    • Wadsworth

    • Cengage


History3

History

  • Reuters

  • Multinational media group founded in 1851 thanks to electric telegraph by Paul Julius Reuter

  • Largely known as a media group/news agency, but comprises less than 10% of their enterprise

  • Owns many companies for the provision of market data and analysis

  • IPO in 1984


Corporate culture

Corporate culture

  • Strong culture of ethics

  • Developed a constitution and decisions are made by the board – not shareholders

  • Huge effort to present impartial data and information


What s hot hot hot

What’s hot hothot

  • Diversification and acquisitions

  • Recently went from two divisions (market and professional) to the five listed earlier

  • Many large, recent acquisitions to become the premier source of data in markets such as science, pharmacology, intellectual property, tax, and accounting


Recent major acquisitions

Recent major acquisitions

  • July 2009 – Streamlogics: real time data mining and analysis

  • November 2009 – Sabrix: leading provider of enterprise accounting and tax software

  • February 2010 – Aegisoft: electronic trading

  • October 2010 – Serengeti law: matter management and ebilling

  • November 2010 – Highline financial: banking data and analytics

  • November 2010 – GeneGo: leading provider of databases for biology software

  • December 2011 – Emochilla: cloud web development


Secret sauce

Secret sauce

  • Continuing diversification – become the leader in data for everything

  • Continually impartial and reliable data source

  • Regular income from established markets already dominated


Competition

Competition

  • Bloomberg: $6.9 billion annual revenue

  • Morningstar: $600 million annual revenue

  • Markit group: Private company, 2300 employees


Prediction

Prediction

  • Solid growth potential

  • Continues to be successful in old business while adapting new business and technology

  • Adapts very well to changes


Questions

Questions

  • Comments? Questions?


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