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In Roman mythology, Corus was the personification of the northwest wind.


Corus is an Anglo-Dutch steel and aluminium producer formed from the merger of Koninklijke Hoogovens with British Steel. It is the sponsor of the prestigious Corus chess tournament in the Netherlands.


Corus Entertainment is a Canadian entertainment company which owns television networks, digital music channels and radio stations.


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Hazards Magazine and WHIN (1064 words)
Corus said Kevin Downey, 49, was “instrumental” in helping to tackle the 2001 incident in which three workers died.
Corus UK Ltd was fined £150,000 and £50,000 costs in December 2003 following the September 2000 death at the company’s Scunthorpe steel plant of locomotive driver Michael McGovern.
In February 2003, Corus was fined £10,000 and costs of £1,286 for safety offences related to the death of Bob Powlay, 54, at its plant in Portrack, Stockton.
Corus Group: Information from Answers.com (7549 words)
Corus believed that such diversification was increasingly important, because many of its major customers--such as automobile makers and construction companies--were themselves consolidating.
Corus Group plc, normally referred to simply as Corus, is one of the world's largest producers of steel and aluminium, headquartered in London, United Kingdom.
Corus is the sponsor of the Corus chess tournament in the Netherlands.
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