Reuter


Also found in: Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

Reu·ter

 (roi′tər), Baron Paul Julius von 1816-1899.
German-born British journalist who founded (1851) Reuter's, one of the first international news agencies.

Reuter

(ˈrɔɪtə)
n
(Biography) Baron Paul Julius von (paul ˈjuːliʊs fɔn). original name Israel Beer Josaphat. 1816–99, German telegrapher, who founded a news agency in London (1851)

Reu•ter

(ˈrɔɪ tər)

n.
Paul Julius, Baron de, 1816–99, English founder of an international news agency, born in Germany.
References in classic literature ?
Quite indifferent students of German can read Fritz Reuter's charming platt-Deutch tales with some little facility because many of the words are English.
He gave an interview to Reuter's, and there was such a howl that he saw it wouldn't do.
1891, the Reuter's despatch in the English papers on May 7th, and finally the recent letter to which I have alluded.
"There was a Reuter just come in from Singapore to the effect that the sickness seemed to be universal in Sumatra and that the lighthouses had not been lit in consequence."
Circuit Court of Appeals that prevents them from reaching the assets of those at fault.<br />The 8th Circuit held that the district court properly granted summary judgment to Nathan Reuter, the alleged scheme mastermind, and his wife on the victims' claims seeking to pierce the corporate veil to reach assets that once belonged to the couple.<br />The victims were defrauded by a Ponzi scheme run by Nathan Reuter and several associates known as Vertical Group, LLC.
Matt Anderson, a member of the 509th Parachute Infantry Association, submitted the nomination for a Legion of Honor award on behalf of Edward "Mike" Reuter of Eugene, a fellow veteran of the 509th who fought in World War II.
Zawya marks Thomas Reuter's second acquisition in the region after Lexgulf Publisher, translation provider of Middle East market business laws into English, in June 13.
The British roots of information provider Reuters date back to 1851 when Paul Julius Reuter started it as a carrier pigeon and telegraph service to send news to Berlin.
"I am especially proud that Reuters journalism will continue to be governed by the powerful Reuter Trust Principles of independence, integrity and freedom from bias."
Norway's left-center government will carry out the project with oil company Statoil, Reuter's News Service reports.
He spent 10 years at Reuters serving in a variety of positions, including president and CEO of Reuters Marketing Information and managing director of global customers, where he was responsible for relationships with Reuter's major clients.
Certainly nothing is left out and the book provides a satisfying insight of how Reuter progressed from the use of carrier pigeons to the utilization of cable and, as the decades passed, to the clever and often experimental transmission of all kinds of news over various electronic channels, including of course computers and satellites.