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corporate

1. emanating from or pertaining to a group activity.
2. emanating from or pertaining to a company constituted legally under a Companies Act or similar legislation.

corporate advertising
advertising on behalf of a group such as a profession or an association. It promotes the group and escapes the stigma of personal aggrandisement.
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7) The law already provides penalties against a corporate taxpayer for negligence in the reporting of its tax liabilities.
Corporate boards must evaluate individual directors' performance and replac those who are ineffective.
Richard Eyre, president of the New York Chapter of the National Association of Corporate Real Estate Executives (NACORE) and the director of real estate for CBS, Inc.
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Following the collapse of Enron, Business Roundtable undertook an expedited review of its 1997 Statement on Corporate Governance--at the time its most recent statement on the subject--and released Principles of Corporate Governance in May 2002.
Looked at in this way, corporate compliance has always been important.
The theory of corporate governance and the importance of adequate governance structures in a public company, a long-time favorite topic of academic debate, is common knowledge to both corporate executives and investors, hammered in by consecutive high profile company failures.
4) TEI and other commentators criticized the senior corporate officer attestation proposal as misdirected and ill-founded and the proposal was subsequently removed from the Revised Senate Finance Committee Staff Discussion Draft of tax shelter legislation.
The results point to corporate citizenship as potentially fruitful practice not only for society as a whole but also for the morale and performance of the businesses.
Needless to say, hard-edged corporate executives like Bill Gates are not giving away money for nothing.