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Reuters (NYSE: TRI) makes most of its money in B2B, but the company is also trying to prove that it can also build revenues on the consumer…

Reuters (NYSE: TRI) makes most of its money in B2B, but the company is also trying to prove that it can also build revenues on the consumer side without eating into its primary business. In an interview with WSJ.com managing editor Kevin Delaney at our paidContent2010 conference, Devin Wenig, the CEO of Thomson Reuters Markets, talks about that balancing act.

He says the company plans to introduce paid services on Reuters.com this year, predicts that media M&A activity will pick up again by the end of the year, and even talks about how cannabilization can be a helpful spur for companies. See highlights of the interview below.

Full uncut Q&A

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