In the shadow of the Shard, hard by London Bridge on the south bank of the Thames, sits The News Building (TNB), home to the EMEA headquarters of Dow Jones and The Wall Street Journal.
TNB houses 4,500 News Corp. employees in its 17 floors, including sister companies News UK and HarperCollins. The high-ceilinged entrance atrium showcases Dow Jones and News Corp. brands on the way through turnstiles to escalators and elevators to the higher floors.
Soi cầu kết quả xổ số miền bắc hôm quaThe 14th floor boasts an extensive cafeteria open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, as well as an outdoor terrace with views of St. Paul’s and other London landmarks, meeting rooms and project space, free News Corp newspapers and a HarperCollins bookshop offering discounted books to staff.
Soi cầu kết quả xổ số miền bắc hôm quaThe Tech Bar, also on 14, offers walk-up tech support for your personal mobile devices, and offers the latest in personal technology for you to view, handle and test. The 17th floor contains a variety of meeting and dining rooms for staff or client meetings, with dramatic views of the London skyline, day or night. Whether it’s an intimate meeting for four or an event with a guest list of 200, the 17th floor provides an ideal setting.
The building is centrally located next to a bus depot, and above a rail hub with immediate access to commuter trains and the Underground. TNB has parking for 225 bicycles, and associated shower facilities, as well as a gym across the street.
TNB is the newest member of the vibrant Southwark neighborhood, full of shops and restaurants including the cosmopolitan Borough Market. Nearby are historic Southwark Cathedral, and, just down the south bank, Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre. In the opposite direction is the iconic Tower Bridge, and directly across the river are the Tower of London, and the City.