Some articles on corporate:
... ICSI National Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance The ICSI National Award for Excellence in Corporate Governance is conferred annually on companies adjudged by the Jury as a ... This initiative aims at Recognising Leadership efforts of Corporate Board in practising the corporate governance principles in their functioning ... practices, programmes and projects that promote the cause of corporate governance ...
... Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007. ...
... Center for Corporate Responsibility ... The Center is one of the first research centers in the region concentrating on corporate responsibility issues ... Its main objective is the promotion of corporate governance, corporate responsibility and citizenship, as well as their impact on society ...
... is supported entirely by voluntary contributions and the support from corporate partners makes a significant contribution to its work ... Companies that currently have a corporate partnership with UNICEF Ireland include Aer Lingus, Fyffes, IKEA, Topaz Energy and Pampers ...
... made 'in pursuance of a plan of reorganization' of corporate business and not a transfer of assets by one corporation to another in pursuance of a plan having no relation to the business of either, as plainly ... Simply an operation having no business or corporate purpose-a mere device which put on the form of a corporate reorganization as a disguise for concealing its real character, and the sole ... devious form of conveyance masquerading as a corporate reorganization, and nothing else ...
More definitions of "corporate":
- (adj): Of or belonging to a corporation.
Example: "Corporate rates"; "corporate structure"
- (adj): Done by or characteristic of individuals acting together.
Example: "The corporate good"
- (adj): Organized and maintained as a legal corporation.
Example: "A special agency set up in corporate form"
Famous quotes containing the word corporate:
“Its hard enough to adjust [to the lack of control] in the beginning, says a corporate vice president and single mother. But then you realize that everything keeps changing, so you never regain control. I was just learning to take care of the belly-button stump, when it fell off. I had just learned to make formula really efficiently, when Sarah stopped using it.”
—Anne C. Weisberg (20th century)
“Power, in Cases world, meant corporate power. The zaibatsus, the multinationals ..., had ... attained a kind of immortality. You couldnt kill a zaibatsu by assassinating a dozen key executives; there were others waiting to step up the ladder; assume the vacated position, access the vast banks of corporate memory.”
—William Gibson (b. 1948)
“The generation of women before us who rushed to fill the corporate ranks altered our expectations of what working motherhood could be, tempered our ambition, and exploded the supermom myth many of us held dear.”
—Melinda M. Marshall (20th century)