Thomson Revs Down; But Tax & Accounting Up

James Smith, Thomson Reuters The Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters continued its usual growth, while overall the parent company saw revenue drop for the year ended December 31. Revenue for Tax & Accounting rose by 7 percent before currency over 2014 as total revenue fell by 3 percent as currency dampened reported numbers. In the fourth quarter, revenue for ongoing business was actually up 2 percent before currency adjustments.


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