- n. Plural of corporation.
“Mr. Tully concedes that the shift to cloud in corporations is just beginning and will take years to play out.”
“He then doubled down on the phrase "corporations are people," which attracted ridicule and criticism from Democrats after he first made it last month in Iowa.”
“SERWER: One thing I wanted to raise with you, though, is you term corporations or corporate behavior often as "psychopathic.”
“The claim that curbing green house gases will cut into the mega profits of the same big corporations is more than likely true.”
“Elegant, a pleasure to listen to, articulate, communicates extremely well, has a vision for the United States first, looks after the american public and not give aways to corporations, is not a religious fruit cake.”
“The model that the Dems have created about bailing out large corporations is the fluke.”
“I think evilness of corporations is also making people suffer more rather than helping, contributing to poverty, wider income gap, and higher crime rates.”
“While Bruce Nussbaum runs through a number of reasons why people are losing faith in corporations in the United States, I think his list has a wider applicability to institutions in general, including not only corporations, but also governmental agencies, including schools and universities.”
“The story of Alaska native corporations is one of good intentions gone awry - and federal authorities looking the other way because it suited their interests.”
“Finally, no, the problem for corporations is not that they are burdened by high taxes.”
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