- an association of individuals, created by law or under authority of law, having a continuous existence independent of the existences of its members, and powers and liabilities distinct from those of its members.See also municipal corporation, public corporation.
- Corporation, the group of principal officials of a borough or other municipal division in England.
- any group of persons united or regarded as united in one body.
- Informal. a paunch; potbelly.
business organization, usually large
- The episode also includes discussion on the hard choices Bergh made around layoffs, a look into the ambitious diversity and inclusion plan he published in June, and leading a multinational corporation through the uncertainty of a pandemic.
- The Pakistan military controls vast swaths of the country’s economy through military-linked corporations, such as the Fauji Foundation, one of the country’s largest conglomerates with interests ranging from cement to cereals.
- The remaining funds, worth $300 million, are set to be supplied by partnering corporations such as IBM, Microsoft, Intel, and others.
- Last August, nearly 200 of the world’s top business executives announced a new purpose for their corporations.
- Over the same period, seismic improvements in shipping and technology made it possible for corporations to rely on networks of suppliers that stretch across the planet.
- He was also swept about in the music of D.C., a scene which gave rise to such acts as Fugazi and Thievery Corporation.
- Indeed, the Japanese-owned corporation has set a horrible precedent.
- A 1907 contract leases the plot of land to the Belgika corporation for five years, but it stayed for much longer.
- The QC Group Inc A Minnesota-based corporation, owned by Daniel Medford and David DeVowe, which provides quality control services.
- Co., Missouri Corporation that manufactures plumbing products.
- In future years the poor-rate (so-called) will include, in addition to these, all other rates levyable by the Corporation.
- Any person who owes debts, or business corporation, may become a voluntary bankrupt.
- What is a manufacturing corporation, within the meaning of the law, is not even yet fully known.
- And this may be done by a corporation through its properly organized officers.
- They thus establish a law for themselves somewhat like a charter of a corporation.