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The Associated Press announced in an advisory to customers today that
the majority of U.S. corporate earnings stories for our business news
report will eventually be produced using automation technology.
How best to refer to the al-Qaida splinter group leading Sunni militants in Iraq? ISIL or ISIS?
The “flash” we sent last week on Nelson Mandela’s death brought a new
flurry of attention to AP flashes. What are they and how often do we
Update: The following advisory was sent to AP member editors and other subscribers on Aug. 26, 2013, at 6:03 p.m.:
The AP Stylebook today is making some changes in how we describe people living in a country illegally.