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Reuters Journalist Resignation

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A brief synopsis would go down a treat. :-)

A columnist for the Reuters Breakingviews comment website has resigned while multiple breaches of its code of conduct on disclosure of financial interests and cases involving other commentators are being investigated, Thomson Reuters admitted today.

Neil Collins has resigned after it emerged he had failed to declare that he owned shares in a number of companies he was writing about, including BP, Marks & Spencer, Yell and Diageo. Thomson Reuters said it had launched an internal investigation, but there was no evidence Collins was "abusing his position for financial gain".

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It forbids journalists from writing about shares they own unless they notify their interest to their manager ..

Note not obliged to notify the reader.

But it does gives their "manager" a chance to get "on board" :rolleyes:

Of course they will answer the critics with the sword of truth and dodgy exes :lol:

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Note not obliged to notify the reader.

But it does gives their "manager" a chance to get "on board" :rolleyes:

Of course they will answer the critics with the sword of truth and dodgy exes :lol:

....good point ....suggest the rules need tightening up ....wonder how wide spread this is.....?... :rolleyes:

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I'll bet half of them are at it.

This guy worked as a financial journalist for 20 years, I wonder how much pump and dump he managed to do in that time? :ph34r:

Sounds like the German Porn industry? ;)

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