German-born entrepreneur and journalist who founded the popular Reuters News flash Agency. He worked well as a lender clerk, co-founded a Berlin posting company, and worked well for any French news workplace before founding the Reuters Information Agency. He relocated to London in 1851 and housed his recently formed Reuters Information Agency in the London STOCK MARKET. His delivery name was Israel Ale Josaphat, and he was the German-born child of Betty Sanders and Rabbi Samuel Levi Josaphat. He later on changed into the Christian trust, legally transformed his name to Paul Reuter, and wed Ida Maria Elizabeth Clementine Magnus. He was performed by acting professional Edward G. Robinson in the 1940 Warner Brothers film A Dispatch from Reuter’s.