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Thomson Reuters Corporation : Thomson Reuters Corporation: Gordon Macomber to Lead Scientific and Scholarly Research Business

Thomson Reuters Corporation : Thomson Reuters Corporation: Gordon Macomber to
      Lead Scientific and Scholarly Research Business of Thomson Reuters

Business to launch strategic customer advisory board in 2013

PHILADELPHIA, PA - January  16, 2013 - Gordon  Macomber has been appointed  to 
the role of managing director of  the Scientific and Scholarly Research  (SSR) 
unit of the Intellectual Property &  Science business at Thomson Reuters,  the 
world's  leading  source  of   intelligent  information  for  businesses   and 
professionals. Keith MacGregor, who formerly led the unit, has moved into  the 
role of  strategic  advisor  to  the business,  working  closely  with  global 
customer groups including government agencies, funding bodies, publishers  and 
research institutions. 

Mr. Macomber has a  successful history in  leading Thomson Reuters  businesses 
and has been recognized for the delivery of innovative products, platforms and
solutions in the academic, professional  and legal markets. Mr. MacGregor  has 
nearly  a  decade   of  experience   with  SSR   in  establishing   meaningful 
relationships and  partnerships  with  customers in  the  scientific  research 
community. He will continue to provide  his strategic insight to the  business 
in the future.

These changes  are  part of  the  business'  strategic plan  for  2013,  which 
includes a commitment to deliver even-more innovative, intuitive solutions and
more robust content. Additionally, a customer advisory board will be launched.
These  plans  were  influenced  by  feedback  from  more  than  800   customer 
interviews.

"Whether you are a funder, institution administrator, policy maker, publisher,
researcher, librarian or one of  our other business partners, Thomson  Reuters 
is committed to providing  you with enhanced products  and services to  ensure 
you meet your research  needs," said Mr.  Macomber. "Iterative co-creation  of 
our scientific platforms and solutions with  customers is an excellent way  to 
fully meet client expectations and allow us to rapidly test innovative  ideas. 
Our products  are deeply  embedded  in our  customers' workflow  and  decision 
making processes across  the global scientific  research ecosystem.  Exceeding 
client needs is our primary goal."

The Scientific  and Scholarly  Research  business of  Thomson Reuters  is  the 
provider  of  the  Web  of   Knowledge^SM,  Web  of  Science^SM,   InCites^SM, 
EndNote^SM, ScholarOne^SM, and other valuable solutions.



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CONTACT

Laura Gaze
+1 203 535 6283
laura.gaze@thomsonreuters.com

Jen Breen
+1 215 823 1791
jennifer.breen@thomsonreuters.com

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