• Arcelor brushed aside criticism by insisting that its articles of association and Luxembourg's statute book did not require any consultation at all.

    ECONOMIST: Mittal's victory

  • Cera, as a mutual, had 500, 000 owner-customers, but according to the bank's articles of association they had no claim to the reserves that the bank had accumulated over the years.

    ECONOMIST: Minority shareholders

  • The bill will also tighten up the definition of who is ineligible for jury service in England and Wales on mental health grounds and change the model articles of association for companies - the rules setting out director's responsibilities - to remove provisions he claimed were discriminatory.

    BBC: Gavin Barwell

  • This is "in contravention of Articles 19 (freedom of opinion and expression) and 22 (freedom of association) of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights - to which India is a state party - and that he is charged under two internal security laws that do not comport with international human rights standards, " it added.

    BBC: Nobel appeal for rights activist

  • For example, American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) Magazine often contains articles comparing and contrasting cities around the U.S. and their attractiveness to retirees.

    FORBES: Simple Ways To Save In Retirement

  • As some of the above-linked articles eventually get around to noting, this report shows a mathematical association between traffic air pollution components in a certain range, as the authors calculated them, and an increased autism risk.

    FORBES: 5 Caveats About The Autism And Air Pollution Study

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