“With every story that TV covers, somebody—some corporation, some shareholders—are making money,” she retorts.
The corporation that I give my creativity and passion wants to down size me and ship my job to India or China.
Within the next four weeks, the corporation expects the well to be capped and the disaster finally contained.
And the Japanese-based Toyota corporation will donate $1 million to the American Red Cross to aid in relief efforts.
Buoyed by the corporation's optimism, BP's stock price has soared by 30 percent in the past week.
If my bride is to become a corporation with limited liability, somebody else can go in ahead of me.
We handle most of the corporation meetings that way when it's all cut and dried.
They will not drag such miscreants in their rear, now that they form a corporation with charters and statutes publicly decreed.
The expense of managing this corporation exceeded its revenue.
At that time the ground was really an open field; and it seems to have been acquired by the corporation in the sixteenth century.
mid-15c., "persons united in a body for some purpose," from such use in Anglo-Latin, from Late Latin corporationem (nominative corporatio), noun of action from past participle stem of Latin corporare "to embody" (see corporate). Meaning "legally authorized entity" (including municipal governments and modern business companies) is from 1610s.