Users undecided on Thomson-Reuters deal

Although detailed integration plans have yet to be announced, the cash and stock deal – which would value Reuters shares at around £7 – will see Reuters chief executive Tom Glocer take the reins of the new Thomson-Reuters entity, while current Thomson president and chief executive Dick Harrington will retire.

The Thomson Financial division will be combined with Reuters and known simply as Reuters, most likely headed up by Reuters chief operating officer Devin Wenig or Thomson Financial president

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