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corporation
{i} kurum
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dernek
corporation
(Argo) göbek
corporation
(Ticaret) ticari şirket
corporation
(Ticaret) firma

Armonk, New York'ta bulunan IBM Şirketi dünyanın en büyük bilgisayar firmasıdır. - International Business Machines Corporation, based in Armonk, New York, is the world's largest computer firm.

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lonca
corporation
(Ticaret) ticaret şirketi
corporation
ortak kuruluş
corporation
(Kanun) sermaye şirketi
corporation
belediye
corporation
(Ticaret) müessese
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kuruluş
body politic
siyasi cemiyet
body politic
devlet oluşturan halk kitlesi
body politic
devlet
corporation
{i} tüzel kişi
body politic
devlet kurumu
body politic
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) siyasi topluluk
corporation
belediye yetkilileri
corporation
korporasyon
corporation
şirket

Çok uluslu ticaret şirketleri çok sayıda ürünün fiyatını düşürdü. - The multinational corporation lowered the price of several products.

Büyük bir Amerikan şirketi için çalışıyor. - She works for a large American corporation.

corporation
{i} şiş göbek
corporation
şişko göbek
corporation
{i} anonim şirket
corporation
{i} İng. belediye
corporation
{i} tüzelkişi
corporation
göbek/şirket/meclis
İngilizce - İngilizce
body politic
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In Fascist Italy, a joint association of employers' and workers' representatives
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{n} a body corporate, a body politic
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A legal entity created under the laws of a state to carry on some business or other authorized activity The principal distinction between a business corporation and other forms of business organization (i e , proprietorship or partnership) is the fact that the liability of the owners is limited to the capital of the subject corporation
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An organization that is recognized by the authority of a governmental unit as a legal entity separate from its owners
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A voluntary organization of persons, either actual indi­viduals or legal entities, legally bound together to form a business enter­prise; an artificial legal entity created by government grant and treated by law as an individual entity
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Originally established by the FACT Act 1990 as the Applied Agricultural Research Commercialization Center, the purpose of the AARCC is to assist in the research, development, and commercialization of new nonfood products from agricultural and forestry commodities AARC makes repayable equity investments, such as buying stock or taking a percentage of future sales (royalties), or both The FAIR Act of 1996 changed the Center from a government agency to a wholly-owned venture capital corporation of USDA
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A business organization that, for tax purposes, is a legal entity A corporation has limited liability (owners can lose only what they invest), easy transfer of stock, and continuity of existence
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A legal, taxable entity chartered by a state or the federal government Ownership of a corporation is held by the stockholders
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A business owned by stockholders Corporations have legal rights and responsibilities <top>
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In some large British cities, the corporation is the local authority that is responsible for providing public services. the corporation's task of regenerating 900 acres of the inner city. = local authority. Specific legal form of organization of persons and material resources, chartered by the state, for the purpose of conducting business. As contrasted with the other two major forms of business ownership, the sole proprietorship and the partnership, the corporation has several characteristics that make it a more flexible instrument for large-scale economic activity. Chief among these are limited liability, transferability of shares (rights in the enterprise may be transferred readily from one investor to another without constituting legal reorganization), juridical personality (the corporation itself as a fictive "person" has legal standing and may thus sue and be sued, make contracts, and hold property), and indefinite duration (the life of the corporation may extend beyond the participation of any of its founders). Its owners are the shareholders, who purchase with their investment a share in the proceeds of the enterprise and who are nominally entitled to a measure of control over its financial management. Direct shareholder control became increasingly impossible in the 20th century, however, as the largest corporations came to have tens of thousands of shareholders. The practice of proxy voting by management was legalized and adopted as a remedy, and today salaried managers exercise strong control over the corporation and its assets. See also multinational corporation. Music Corporation of America Exxon Mobil Corporation International Business Machines Corporation multinational corporation Reconstruction Finance Corporation Schechter Poultry Corporation v. United States
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A group of persons granted a state charter legally recognizing them as a separate entity having its own rights, privileges, and liabilities distinct from those of its members The process of incorporating should be completed with the state's secretary of
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Form of business organization characterized by a state charter or articles of incorporation enabling certain rights separate from its owners Common features of a corporation include limited liability of the owners, issuance of stock in evidence of ownership, election of directors and officers by vote of shareholders and taxation of the corporation separate to that of the owners
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A form of business organization that may have many owners Each owner is liable only to the extent of the investment It is an artificila entity established by the state
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A type of business organization chartered by a state and given many of the legal rights as a separate entity Ownership is represented by transferable shares of stock
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a business firm whose articles of incorporation have been approved in some state
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A form of business organization where the firm has a legal existence separate from that of its owners Corporations can be privately owned or publically traded
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A legal entity, formed by the issuance of a charter from the state A corporation is owned by one or more stockholders
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– A legal business entity created under federal or provincial statutes Because the corporation is a separate entity from its owners, shareholders have no legal liability for its debts
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Form of doing business pursuant to a charter granted by a state or federal government Corporations typically are characterized by the issuance of freely transferable CAPITAL STOCK, perpetual life, centralized management, and limitation of owners' LIABILITY to the amount they invest in the business
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slang terms for a paunch
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{i} association of individuals legally authorized to act as an individual (Business)
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A legal entity that is separate and distinct from its owners A corporation is allowed to own assets, incur liabilities, and sell securities, among other things
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Form of doing business that provides limited liability to the owners, continuity of operation and centralized management
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A legal entity separate from the individuals who own it (called shareholders) There are different types of corporations important to real estate investors and defined elsewhere: Real Estate Investment Trust, S corporation, C corporation, and cooperative corporation
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A group of individuals, created by law or under authority of law, having a continuous existence independent of the existences of its members, and powers and liabilities distinct from those of its members
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A legal entity, chartered by an U S State or the federal government, and separate and distinct from the persons who own it The courts regard it as an artificial person; it may own property, incur debts, sue or be sued
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A business entity treated as a person in the eyes of the law A corporation is allowed to own assets, incur liabilities and sell securities, among other things It is also able to be sued BACK TO TOP
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A corporation is a large business or company. multi-national corporations. the Seiko Corporation
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In Fascist Italy, a joint association of employers and workers representatives
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A protruding belly; a paunch
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A legal entity, allowed by legislation, which permits a group of people, as shareholders (for-profit companies) or members (non-profit companies), to create an organization, which can then focus on pursuing set objectives, and empowered with legal rights which are usually only reserved for individuals, such as to sue and be sued, own property, hire employees or loan and borrow money Also known as a "company " The primary advantage of for profit corporations is that it provides its shareholders with a right to participate in the profits (by dividends) without any personal liability because the company absorbs the entire liability of the organization
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>> An artificial person or legal entity created by or under the authority of the law of a state May have limited liability, perpetual life, freely transferable shares and centralized management
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the most common form of organizing a business the organization's total worth is divided into shares of stock, and each share represents a unit of ownership and is sold to stock holders A corporation is considered a separate entity from the stockholders for legal and tax purposes Examples of corporations: Pepsi Cola, Intel, The Gap
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A legal entity, chartered by a U S state or the federal government, and separate and distinct from the persons who own it It is regarded by the courts as an artificial person; it may own property, incur debts, sue or be sued
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A legal entity chartered by a state; ownership is represented by transferable shares of stock
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A body politic or corporate, formed and authorized by law to act as a single person, and endowed by law with the capacity of succession; a society having the capacity of transacting business as an individual
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