Rolls Out Redesign

    December 4, 2009

Thomson Reuters has introduced a new redesign to in an effort to offer more intelligent content to business professionals.

The redesign has been in the works for the past year according to David Schlesinger, Editor-in-Chief of Reuters.

"This is our redesign, a year in the making. That’s a year of extensive discussions with people like you, our elite audience of business professionals, about what would make the site better and faster and easier to use for you as you drive business activity around the world," said Schlesinger in a welcome post on


The content on the new site has been organized by topics and themes to create online communities, which "adjust as the world’s news  agenda evolves."

"The creation of Thomson Reuters gave us an opportunity to re-evaluate the key areas of focus for," said Alisa Bowen, head of consumer publishing for Thomson Reuters.

"Leveraging professional assets from across the company, the redesign has allowed to evolve into a platform that focuses on building deep business knowledge around key topic areas."

Site features include:

    News in Numbers: visually appealing market data based on relevant
    Day in Pictures: the day’s news with the use of Reuters award-winning
    Funds Center: professional Lipper data for an online consumer audience
    Commentary: news with analysis and opinion
    Personalize, Track and Save: create portfolios, follow topics,
    customize tracking
    Unique advertising platforms: introducing contextual targeting and
    point-of-entry packages to target visitors from search engines

In 2010, Reuters plans to redesign its websites in the UK, India, Japan and China, as well as 13 additional local language markets.

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