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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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Michael Sgroe, Fundtech President and COO said, "Fundtech is dedicated to enabling corporates to improve payment instruction quality.
CHICAGO -- Fitch Ratings has assigned Issuer Default Ratings (IDRs) and Recovery Ratings (RR) for its Latin America Corporate coverage.
While Fitch continually evaluates and stress tests the durability of corporates to withstand a T&C event, the combination of better capital structures and debt profiles, an improving macroeconomic environment, particularly in Brazil, and a more favorable view of medium to long term commodity prices has allowed several of these companies to meet this test for the first time, enabling their FC IDRs to pierce the country ceiling.
This book titled The Practitioner's Guide to Corporate Governance in Asia then is a timely book.
Since 2000, CECP's Excellence in Corporate Philanthropy Awards have been presented annually to companies such as GE, Novartis, Pfizer, Target, IBM, Merck, Arch Chemicals, Hasbro, Whole Foods Market and Timberland.
This decision was the result of careful analysis and involved input from corporate governance experts and the company's shareholders.
Meetings spend constitutes between one- and two-thirds of overall corporate travel spend.
NASDAQ(R) chose to partner with CCBN for its suite of state-of-the-art corporate communication services, including webcast production, Web site development, and other online investor relations services.
Corporate Express plans to test the new SUN Solaris-based VoiceLogistics release with the new applications over the next 30 days in the Data Center at their headquarters, and is prepared to move forward with the next site.
Tax effects occur because the investor in corporate bonds is subject to state and local taxes on interest payments while government bonds are not subject to these taxes," says Martin Gruber, Nomura Professor of Finance at the Stern School and co-author of the study.
Scheduled after a day of interactive education, the vendor showcase provides a venue for attendees to evaluate technologies for Corporate Portal solutions.

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