en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corporation

A corporation is a company, a group of people or an organization authorized to act as a single ..... For example, a corporation can own property, and can sue or be sued. Corporations can exercise human rights against real individuals and the  ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_multinational_corporations

A list (incomplete) of multinational corporations, also known as multinational companies and worldwide or global enterprises. These are corporate organizations ...

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A corporation is also sometimes referred to as a "C Corp." The "C" refers to the section of the IRS code that governs corporate taxes. Corporations have several  ...

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Nov 9, 2009 ... "Corporate cunning has developed faster than the laws of the nation and State. Corporations have found ways to steal long before we have ...

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Oct 25, 2018 ... In this article, we've put together a list of some of the most successful corporations in the United States, all found in the S&P 100, a bellwether ...

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Definition: A corporation is a legal form of business that is separate from its owners. In other words, it's a business that is a separate legal entity from its ...

legaldictionary.net/corporation

Corporation defined and explained with examples. A corporation is a legal business entity in which the owners are protected from liability for the company's  ...

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A corporation is a legal entity created by individuals, stockholders, or shareholders, with the purpose of operating for profit. The creation involves a legal process ...

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C corporation examples are types of business entities that have chosen the C corporation (C-Corp) status for structure and for taxation purposes.