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  • noun Plural form of company.
  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of company.

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Examples

  • VIEW FAVORITES yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Former executives at Fannie and Freddie stand to collect big paychecks'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'even after the government seized the mortgage finance companies on Sunday and dismissed their chief executives, the companies\' outgoing leaders could see big paydays - a prospect that angers many investors, particularly because ordinary stockholders could be virtually wiped out.

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Former executives at Fannie and Freddie stand to collect big paychecks

  • "This will be impossible in the case of listed companies with hundreds or thousands of shareholders … the financial impact of having to make payment of fair value may well cripple ­companies."

    Guardian Online

  • The foundation recently surveyed 13 gas companies and found that pricing gas pipeline installation was highly inconsistent, with ­companies charging extra for 13 different items; application fees, pipeline subsidy fees, gas fee deposits, meter installation fees, blueprint assessment fees and more.

    Taipei Times

  • The hired companies, by the way, are called * record companies*.

    Techdirt

  • Clifton´s duties included overseeing the companies providing ground transportation to and from Bagram Airfield and objectively determining whether the companies´ service had been adequate.

    American Chronicle

  • Specifically, the consulting companies would invoice WWA for purported consulting services and would receive payment from WII´s bank account in Houston to the consulting companies´ bank accounts in Lebanon.

    American Chronicle

  • Slide 4: 'well‐led' companies grew the \ "stock price of by over over 10 years, compared with 74\% for poorly led companies\" Institute for Strategic Change

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  • "Melville, in addition to being president of one of the largest banks in the world, is a director in no less than seventy-three great industrial enterprises, including railways, telegraph companies, _savings-banks and life-insurance companies_.

    The Deluge

  • You go and you speak to the millions of American workers who have lost their jobs, because their plants have shut down and their companies have moved to China, and you ask them if they think focusing on outsourcing and demanding that American companies reinvest in American companies is a stunt.

    GOP, U.S. Chamber Of Commerce Beat Back Bill To Combat Outsourcing

  • Now anyone who has purchased or sold a house knows the basics of what an escrow account is and the title companies which operate them.

    An Abomination Veiled as Justice!

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