Reuters rejects Intentia's allegations

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REUTERS REJECTS INTENTIA'S ALLEGATIONS LONDON - Reuters, the global information, news and technology group, today reiterated its rejection of allegations by the Swedish company Intentia International AB claiming that Reuters used illegal means to obtain information about its third quarter 2002 financial results. Reuters states there is no substance to the allegations that it made an illegal entry to Intentia's IT systems. Reuters Stockholm News Bureau accessed Intentia's own public website and found information on Intentia's results ahead of its scheduled release time. This information was not accessed from a private or password-protected site, but from the public Internet. Geert Linnebank, Reuters Editor in Chief, said, "As one of the world's leading news organisations, Reuters is in the business of informing the market with breaking news stories using all the tools at its disposal, but doing so in a legitimate, ethical manner with journalistic integrity." ENDS Contacts: Peter Thomas +44 20 7542 4890 Director, Corporate Communications Yvonne Diaz +44 20 7542 2615 Public Relations Director Note to Editors: Reuters ( is the leading global provider of financial information, news and technology solutions to financial institutions, the media, businesses and individuals. Reuters strength is our unique ability to offer customers a combination of content, technology and connectivity. Our premier position is founded on continuous technological innovation and a reputation for speed, accuracy, integrity and impartiality. We have over 18,000 staff in 97 countries, including some 2,498 editorial staff in 198 bureaux serving approximately 150 countries, making it the world's largest international multimedia news agency. In 2001, Reuters had revenues of £3.9 billion. ------------------------------------------------------------ Denna information skickades av Waymaker Följande filer finns att ladda ned:

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