RBB

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RBBRundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg (TV channel)
RBBRapid Bios Boot
RBBResults Based Budgeting
RBBRight Bundle Branch
RBBRight Bank Babies (Los Angeles, CA)
RBBRed and Black Block
RBBResidential Broadband
RBBRebirth Brass Band
RBBReverse Body Bias (electronics)
RBBReuters Business Briefing (Reuters online information service)
RBBRainy Blue Bell (Japanese rap group)
RBBRyerson Business Building
RBBReality Bites Back (fan forums)
RBBRacing Blondel Bollène (French soccer club)
RBBResin Bonded Bridge (dental)
RBBRome Blue Basic (gaming)
RBBRandom Bits Bin (File)
RBBRouer, Bernard, Bretout (French accounting firm)
RBBRune Bolstered Belt (gaming)
RBBRandom Bladder Biopsy
RBBRetail Banking Boutique (India)
RBBRight Breast Biopsy
RBBReality Bulletin Board
RBBRidyard, Bishop and Baker (economic consulting firm)
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When Reuters acquired FDS in 1988, Capon became part of the team that added Reuters Newswires to Reuters Business Briefing (RBB), a job that required him to move to Singapore to launch RBB's Chinese-language and Japanese-language operations.
Factiva.com will replace Dow Jones Interactive and Reuters Business Briefing, and deliver for the first time, to schools, the content sets from these two existing products to provide a universally indexed, global content collection of nearly 8,000 sources in 22 languages from 118 countries.
It was first announced in 1999 as the eventual successor to Dow Jones Interactive (DJI) and Reuters Business Briefing (RBB.) It had selected content from both services, but, from the beginning, the emphasis was on new integration products.
Through its products, Dow Jones Interactive and Reuters Business Briefing, the joint venture provides professionals in corporations around the world with critical global news and related in-depth business information that offers insight and perspective.
Most important for the financial news industry, however, is a May 17, 1999 announcement that Dow Jones and Reuters have agreed to combine their interactive business services, Dow Jones Interactive and Reuters Business Briefing. The joint venture, Dow Jones Reuters Business Interactive LLC, will target business professionals at their desktops through Internet distribution and should offer a broad-based information resource that is second to none when it goes "live."
Of the two operations to be merged, Dow Jones Interactive had 1998 revenues of $125 million while Reuters Business Briefing had 1998 sales of $100 million.
The team will merge the interactive business services of Dow Jones Interactive and Reuters Business Briefing into a single, global entity.
Since becoming president and CEO in 2000, Hart has headed the Dow Jones Interactive and Reuters Business Briefing joint venture to form one Factiva culture and assemble a suite of market-leading Factiva-branded products and services.
Factiva.com will replace Dow Jones Interactive and Reuters Business Briefing, and will deliver the content sets from these two existing products to provide a universally indexed, global content collection of nearly 8,000 sources in 22 languages from 118 countries.
They include our old friends, Dialog, Dow Jones Interactive, LEXIS-NEXIS, Questel * Orbit, Reuters Business Briefing, and the like, as well as the newer players such as Northern Light, Electric Library, and SkyMinder.
Reuters (NASDAQ: RTRSY), New York, has added premium global and US domestic economic forecasts to Reuters Business Briefing.
Various supplemental reports and WEFA's QuickStats series of global, regional and industry indicators will also be made available on Reuters Business Briefing.