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Sweet & Maxwell acquires Income Data Services.

Sweet & Maxwell (London), a unit of Thomson Corp., has acquired Income Data Services (IDS; London), a provider of human resource research and information services in the U.K. No terms of the deal were given.

IDS is an independent provider of information and services, including publications, conferences, training and research services focusing on employment-related areas, including employment law, pay and labor market issues, human resources policy and practice, executive rewards, and pension and benefits.

The acquired company will complement Sweet & Maxwell's Consult GEE (London) unit, a company that is the leading provider of online regulatory information in the U.K. with coverage of all aspects of the law, including human resources, health and safety, payroll, compliance, financial management and environment. Thomson Legal & Regulatory International (TLRI) president Mike Boswood said the purchase of IDS supports the company's desire to become "the leading provider of integrated information services to the regulatory markets worldwide."
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Date:Nov 1, 2005
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