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Reuters is short for the Reuters Group plc, a world-renowned news service and financial market intermediary. Reuters was founded in the mid 1800's by Paul Julius Reuter, who had discovered the power of the electric telegraph. Reuters supplies the global financial markets and news media with timely and relevant market data, research and analytical services, trading platforms, investment information and news. Reuters primarily makes money from the sale of content, images and video to its subscribers. Reuters employs an extensive team of journalists, who cover all major news events. Almost all major news outlets subscribe to Reuters. Headquartered in London, England, Reuters trades on the London Stock Exchange and NASDAQ under the symbols 'RTR' and 'RTRSY'. In 1995, Reuters established a "Greenhouse Fund" to invest in start-up and early-stage technology companies.



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