COLUMBUS, OH – SEPTEMBER 19: Quarterback Cardale Jones #12 of the Ohio State Buckeyes warms up before the game against the Northern Illinois Huskies at Ohio Stadium on September 19, 2015 in Columbus, Ohio. (Photo by Andrew Weber/Getty Images)Former Ohio State quarterback Cardale Jones has talked about a lot of things on Twitter. One of them is his diet.Jones has expressed his love for Chipotle. He’s also talked about going vegan.Jones first brought up cutting out all meat and meat-related products last fall. Apparently, he did not officially make the switch though.Today, Jones again tweeted that he’s looking to go vegan and was soliciting help from his followers.Need help transforming to complete plant based diet. Who or where?— Cardale Jones (@Cardale7_) June 10, 2018At least one former teammate wants to inherit Jones’ Chipotle card if he’s serious about his new diet.Soooo… about that chipotle card..— Tyvis Powell (@1Tyvis) June 10, 2018Do you think Cardale is for real this time?Also, Buckeye fans who are vegan, help your former QB out.
TORONTO — Thomson Reuters Corp. is in advanced talks with private equity firm Blackstone regarding a potential partnership in its financial and risk business.However, the company cautioned that the discussions may or may not lead to a definitive agreement.“Thomson Reuters does not expect to comment further on market speculation or disclose any further developments unless and until it determines that further disclosure is appropriate or required,” the company said in a statement.Shares in Thomson Reuters were up $4.88 or about nine per cent at $58.47 in early trading Tuesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange following the news.The F&R business provides information for financial markets professionals as well as regulatory and risk management solutions.The business, which competes with Bloomberg and other smaller players to provide financial information, had $6.1 billion in revenue in 2016.Thomson Reuters said it would retain a significant interest in the business as part of any proposed partnership.The company also said it would retain full ownership of its legal, tax and accounting and Reuters News businesses.In 2016, Thomson Reuters sold its science and intellectual property division for US$3.55 billion in cash to Onex Corp. and Baring Private Equity Asia.The Thomson family holds a controlling interest in Thomson Reuters through Woodbridge Co. Ltd., which also owns the Globe and Mail newspaper.Woodbridge held a roughly 63 per cent stake in Thomson Reuters as of Oct. 31, 2017.Thomson Reuters is expected to report its fourth-quarter and full-year results on Feb. 8.