The intelligence, technology, and human expertise you need to find trusted answers
Thomson Reuters is one of the world’s most trusted providers of answers, helping professionals make confident decisions and run better businesses. Our customers operate in complex arenas that move society forward — law, tax, compliance, government, and media – and face increasing complexity as regulation and technology disrupts every industry.
We help them reinvent the way they work. Our team of experts brings together information, innovation and authoritative insight to unravel complex situations, and our worldwide network of journalists and editors keep customers up to speed on global developments that are relevant to them.
We’re on a mission to help professionals advance their businesses and gain competitive advantage with the trusted answers only we can provide.
What Makes You Different at Thomson Reuters
Providing answers for your field
Reinventing the way professionals work
We are constantly experimenting, innovating, and applying cutting-edge technologies to customer challenges.
Thomson Reuters Labs
Our global network of labs explore new business opportunities for Thomson Reuters, working with customers and partners to create quick, agile and collaborative experiments and proofs-of-concept.
Thomson Reuters Institute
Bringing together people from across the legal, corporate, tax & accounting, and government communities to ignite conversation and debate, make sense of the latest events and trends, and provide essential guidance on the opportunities and challenges facing their world today.
Explore our long history of contributions in artificial intelligence, our current research projects, and the future of knowledge work.
We are technologists, accountants, editors, lawyers, and everything in between – from all over the world.
Brian ZubertDirector, Thomson Reuters LabsWaterloo
Antonio ZappullaChief Executive Officer, Thomson Reuters FoundationLondon
Brian PeccarelliChief Operating Officer, Customer MarketsDallas
At a time when the virtues of objectivity, accuracy, fairness, and transparency are under attack, we consider it our duty to pursue them — just as we have for more than 100 years.