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  • A five-person U.N. panel on mercenaries, in a report to the General Assembly, also renewed its call for increased regulation of what it called the "ever-expanding activities" of private military and security companies.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • The best that could be said about their last year there was that they were boringly productive, with Julia toiling over recipes for “the Book,” as she had taken to calling her ever-expanding manuscript, and Paul traveling more than usual while overseeing seven major international exhibits.

    A Covert Affair

  • As the risk of being accused of wishing to incinerate the government, we suspect that if Mr. Obama backed off his ever-expanding embrace of the American economy—health-care, housing, energy—Americans would, as he put it, "get back on track."

    America the Soft

  • The illness, which currently affects 5.1 million American seniors today -- and is projected to affect 7.7 million in 2030 -- has a profound ripple effect on communities and families, as people with dementia require an ever-expanding web of support, with 10.9 million informal family caregivers looking after loved ones in homes across America today.

    Ilaina Edison: From Novelist Walter Mosley: A Clear Look At A Clouded Mind

  • As Berkshire tries to keep growing from an ever-expanding base, Mr. Buffett has to find more avenues to invest to achieve his long-stated goal of increasing the company's value faster than the rate of growth in the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index.

    Berkshire's Buffett Eyes More Major Deals as Earnings Surge

  • Despite Cargill's ever-expanding size, dividends were modest and family members often cashed in their shares at a fraction of the potential value.

    Cargill to Give Up Mosaic Stake in $24.3 Billion Deal

  • The more the economy shrinks, the smaller the tax base becomes and the heavier the ever-expanding debt burden grows.

    Greece Slips Further

  • Wary of the ever-expanding ecosystem of collectors, magazine editors, curators, museum directors, donors, hipsters, advisers and all of their various hangers-on, Pasternak says she's tried not to join the art world establishment.

    This Woman is Changing the Way We See Art

  • The country's growth expectations are uninspiring and its public spending unsustainable, even before factoring in the possibility of future bank recapitalizations and an ever-expanding European bailout mechanism.

    A Dysfunctional French Democracy

  • The singer and guitarist reveals his ever-expanding repertoire with his signature blend of Louisiana blues, rock and Cajun music.

    Bluesman Tab Benoit Offers 'Medicine' for the Soul

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