A Tour Of Thomson Reuters' Struggles Since The Merger

Thomson Reuters (NYSE: TRI) CEO Tom Glocer is stepping down from his role, and will be replaced by current COO James C. Smith. The move comes after a troubling year for the business media company, which saw the dissolving of its Professional and Markets divisions, along with the departures of Reuters Media President Chris Ahearn and Thomson Reuters Markets CEO Devin Wenig, and profitable — though slightly disappointing — earnings results. Below, a history in links of Thomson Reuters, from its merger in 2007 to the present.

»  Thomson Reuters CEO Glocer Is Out; COO James Smith Replaces Him

»  Reuters To Dissolve Professional, Markets Units In Further Reorganization

»  Reuters’ Glocer Outlines Three-Stage Plan For Markets Division

»  Thomson Reuters’ Markets Segment Results ‘Below Expectations’

»  Reuters Shakeup Continues; Ahearn Is Out; Mix Of Promotions And Exits

»  Tougher Times Expected For Reuters’ ‘Reformed’ Markets Division

»  Wenig Is Out As Markets Head In Thomson Reuters Reorg; Glocer Steps In

»  Reuters.com Gets Another ‘New Look’, Starting With Homepage

»  Adler Rounds Out Thomson Reuters Editorial Reorg

»  Video From DLD: Tom Glocer on His Inner Geekery; Logic on BreakingViews Acquisition

»  Thomson Reuters Laying Off 240 Across Legal Publishing Division

»  Thomson Reuters Plans ‘Relentless’ Cost Cutting In Downturn, Still Optimistic

»  Glocer: I May Have Drunk the Kool-Aid, But it Sure Tastes Good

»  Thomson To Overshadow Reuters Brand After A Rethink

»  Will Reuters Prove To Be Thomson’s Costly Dream?

»  FOBM Video: Q&A: Devin Wenig, COO, Reuters: Next Gen Terminal And Data Concordance

»  Thomson-Reuters: The Combined Hopes

»  Thomson-Reuters: Deal Approved By Both Firms; Online Competition May Help Pass The Deal

»  Thomson-Reuters Confirm Talks; $17.6 Billion Deal; Glocer Proposed CEO of New Company