corporate

listen to the pronunciation of corporate
Englisch - Türkisch
tüzel
{s} şirkete ait
(Ticaret) kurumsal

Sizin sayfanızdan bizim kurumsal sitemize bir köprü yapar mısınız? - Would you please make a hyperlink to our corporate site from your page?

{s} anonim şirkete ait
ortak
{s} birleşmiş
hükmi
kurumsallaşmış
şirket

Şirket iflasları geçen ay yüksek bir düzeyde devam etti. - Corporate bankruptcies continued at a high level last month.

Şirket kazançları ilk çeyrekte keskin şekilde gelişti. - Corporate earnings in the first quarter improved sharply.

ortaklığa ait
birleşik
hükmî
kollektif birlik halinde
tüzel/ortak
eorporate image bir şirketin kamuoyunda bıraktığı intiba
{s} toplu
birlik olmuş
{s} şirketleştirilmiş
bir dernek veya bir şirket halinde hukuken birleştirilmiş
kolektif
corporate relations and marketing
KURUMSAL İLİŞKİLER VE PAZARLAMA
corporate assets
(Ticaret) şirket varlıkları
corporate body
(Ticaret) tüzel kışı
corporate bonds
(Ticaret) şirket tahvilleri
corporate governance
şirket yönetimi
corporate group
(Ticaret) şirketler grubu
corporate image
şirket imajı
corporate income tax
(Ticaret) kurumlar vergisi
corporate job
Kurumsal iş; hesabın patrona değil, bir üstteki amir ya da yöneticiye verildiği iş
corporate management
şirket yönetimi
corporate meetings
şirket toplantıları
corporate persons
(Ticaret) tüzel kişi tacirler
corporate power
(Ticaret) tüzel güç
corporate profits
şirket karları
corporate rate
(Ticaret) şirket tarifesi
corporate state
(Ticaret) korporatıf devlet
corporate director
yönetim kurulu üyesi
corporate name
şirket unvanı
corporate saving
şirket tasarrufu
corporate seal
şirket mühürü
corporate state
korporatif devlet
corporate tax
kurumlar vergisi
corporate trust
şirket kredisi
Corporate Communications
Kurumsal İletişim
Corporate entrepreneurship
Kurum içi girişimcilik
corporate Identity
(Ticaret) Kurumsal kimlik
corporate banking
kurumsal bankacılık
corporate bond
Anonim şirketlerin borç almak için çıkardıkları tahvil
corporate cattle farm
Ticari amaçla sığır üreten hayvan çiftliği

Recently I was reading about corporate cattle farms,and I was shocked at how crowded and filthy the conditions are.

corporate customer
kurumsal müşteri
corporate director
Anonim şirket başkanı
corporate executive
(Ticaret) şirket yöneticisi
corporate finances
kurumsal finansman
corporate fraud
Kurumsal dolandırıcılık
corporate governance
(Yeni Sözcükler) kurumsal yönetişim

akademik literatür.

corporate heading
başlığı kurumsal
corporate ladder
kurumsal merdiveni
corporate manager
(Finans) Anonim şirket yöneticisi
corporate marketing
kurumsal pazarlama
corporate raider
kurumsal akıncı
corporate recruit
tüzel işe alım
corporate registration
şirket tescili
corporate restruction
şirketin yeniden yapılandırılması
corporate retreat
müşterek geri çekilim
corporate sales
kurumsal satış
corporate stock
sermayeyi temsil eden hisse senedi
corporate sustainability
(Ekonomi) Kurumsal sürdürebilirlik
corporate sustainability
kurumsal sürdürülebilirlik
corporate tax equivalent
kurumlar vergisi eşdeğer
corporate town
beledi haklara sahip kasaba
corporate training
kurumsal eğitim
corporate venturing
Çalıştığı piyasalar hakkında bilgi almak ya da sonradan o şirketi ele geçirmek amacıyla bir şirketin öbürüne sermaye sağlaması
corporate wide
şirket genelinde
corporate action
(Ticaret) şirket faaliyeti
corporate base
(Ticaret) kurumsal baz
corporate bond
(Ticaret) özel sektör tahvili
corporate book
(Ticaret) şirket defteri
corporate branch
kurumsal şube
corporate chart of accounts
(Ticaret) şirket hesap planı
corporate charter
(Ticaret) şirket mukavelenamesi
corporate charter
(Ticaret) şirket nizamnamesi
corporate charter
(Ticaret) şirket kuruluş sözleşmesi
corporate cooperation
kurumsal işbirliği
corporate credit cards
(Ticaret) kurumsal kredi kartları
corporate crime
(Kanun) işletme yararına suç
corporate debt
(Ticaret) şirket borcu
corporate development
şirketin gelişmesi
corporate direct sales
(Sigorta,Ticaret) kurumsal direkt satış
corporate estate
şirketin mal varlığı
corporate financial lead
(Ticaret) kurumsal finans temsilcisi
corporate foundation
(Politika, Siyaset) şirket vakfı
corporate foundation
(Ticaret) kurumsal vakıf
corporate head
şirketin yöneticisi
corporate headquarters
şirketin merkezi
corporate headquarters
(Ticaret) grup genel merkezi
corporate identity work
kurumsal kimlik çalışması
corporate law
(Kanun) şirket yasası
corporate level
(Ticaret) kurumsal düzey
corporate network
(Telekom) birleşik şebeke
corporate objective
kurumsal amaç
corporate objective
kurumsal hedef
corporate participation
(Sigorta,Ticaret) kurumsal katılım
corporate personnel
(Ticaret) şirket personeli
corporate power and authority
(Ticaret) tüzel kişilik yetkileri
corporate project
(Ticaret) kurumsal proje
corporate raiders
(Ticaret) şirket avcıları
corporate rules
(Ticaret) şirket kuralları
corporate seal
(Ticaret) şirket kaşesi
corporate seal
(Ticaret) şirket mührü
corporate sector
(Ticaret) şirketleşmiş kesim
corporate software
kurumsal yazılım
corporate sponsorship
(Ticaret) şirket sponsorluğu
corporate stock
(Ticaret) hisse senetli sermaye
corporate success
şirketin başarısı
corporate town
(Politika, Siyaset) beledi haklara sanip kasaba
corporate turnarounds
(Ticaret) şirketlerin zor dönemleri
corporate vendor name
(Ticaret) grup satıcı adı
county corporate
bağımsız idare edilen ilçe
corporate culture
(Ticaret) firma kültürü
corporate governance
(Ticaret) kurumsal yönetim
good corporate governance
iyi kurumsal yönetim
body corporate
hukuki şahıs
public corporate body
(Kanun) Kamu tüzel kişisi
corporately
kolektif olarak
corporately
tüzel/ortak bir şekilde
Englisch - Englisch
unified into one body; collective
formed into a corporation; incorporated
of, or relating to a corporation
A bond issued by a corporation
belonging to a corporation
{a} united into a body or community
Cash support derived from contributions by businesses, corporations, and corporate foundations
organized and maintained as a legal corporation; "a special agency set up in corporate form"; "an incorporated town" done by or characteristic of individuals acting together; "a joint identity"; "the collective mind"; "the corporate good" of or belonging to a corporation; "corporate rates"; "corporate structure
a group of individuals acting as a whole, as in one business
United; general; collectively one
of or belonging to a corporation; "corporate rates"; "corporate structure
To incorporate
See: organization [CMU/SEI 93 TR 25]
Formed into a body by legal enactment; united in an association, and endowed by law with the rights and liabilities of an individual; incorporated; as, a corporate town
To become incorporated
Lands owned by a private corporation not in the business of operating primary wood-using plants
You have two cows You sell one, force the other to produce the milk of four cows and then act surprised when it drops dead
{s} incorporated; common, shared, collective; of or pertaining to a corporation
to do with companies Overused where company would do Increasingly journalists are using the word as a noun, whereas it is actually an adjective
possessing or existing in bodily form; "what seemed corporal melted as breath into the wind"- Shakespeare; "an incarnate spirit"; "`corporate' is an archaic term"
done by or characteristic of individuals acting together; "a joint identity"; "the collective mind"; "the corporate good"
of or belonging to a corporation; "corporate rates"; "corporate structure"
Corporate means relating to business corporations or to a particular business corporation. the UK corporate sector. a corporate lawyer This established a strong corporate image
Belonging to a corporation or incorporated body
ºÃÔÉÑ· / ¹ÔµÔºØ¤¤Å Referring to a whole company
organized and maintained as a legal corporation; "a special agency set up in corporate form"; "an incorporated town"
corporate anorexia
Weakness or inefficiency of a commercial organisation resulting from layoffs, resource cuts, etc
corporate censorship
The use of corporate influence to limit freedom of expression achieved through refusal to sell a product, or refusal to advertise or allow airtime.2000, Timothy Jay, Why We Curse: A Neuro-psycho-social Theory of Speech, John Benjamins Publishing Company, ISBN 1556197586:
corporate executive
A manager or other executive level staff member of a corporation or other enterprise
corporate monster
A corporation that is usually anti-union or anti-competitive, and which puts profit ahead of everything else, and often intends to force many small businesses to go defunct

Moobie Incorporated is a corporate monster.

corporate tax
A tax levied on a corporation, especially on its profits; corporation tax

Corporate taxes were levied on capital or net income, subject to an annual minimum.

corporate veil
The principle of a corporation being a separate legal person from its members (ie. shareholders)
corporate job
A job where the employer is a business enterprise with a multi-tier management structure (as contrasted with a government job, being self employed or working in a job in a small business where you report directly to the owner)
Corporate Communications
Corporate communications is the process of facilitating information and knowledge exchanges with internal and key external groups and individuals that have a direct relationship with an enterprise
corporate bond
A corporate bond is a bond issued by a corporation. The term is usually applied to longer-term debt instruments, generally with a maturity date falling at least a year after their issue date
corporate capitalism
Corporate capitalism is a form of capitalism where all or most of the means of production are owned by corporations (where individuals own a means of production collectively in tradeable shares as stockholders)
corporate firewall
(Bilgisayar) A security system firewall used to protect computer network connections, especially the internet
corporate governance
The term used, following recent Government sponsored reports, to describe the policies and procedures that the company’s directors’ employ in their conduct of the company’s affairs, and their relationships with shareholders to whom they are responsible as managers of the shareholders interests in the company, and of its assets
corporate governance
The control structure of a corporation
corporate governance
(İdari Yönetim) Corporate governance is the set of processes, customs, policies, laws and institutions affecting the way in which a corporation is directed, administered or controlled. Corporate governance also includes the relationships among the many players involved (the stakeholders) and the goals for which the corporation is governed. The principal players are the shareholders, management and the board of directors. Other stakeholders include employees, suppliers, customers, banks and other lenders, regulators, the environment and the community at large
corporate identity
In marketing, a corporate identity (CI) is the "persona" of a corporation which is designed to accord with and facilitate the attainment of business objectives, and is usually visibly manifested by way of branding and the use of trademarks
corporate image
The overall picture that people have of a company
corporate sustainability
(Ekonomi) Corporate sustainability is a business approach that creates long-term shareholder value by embracing opportunities and managing risks deriving from economic, environmental and social developments
Corporate Identity
(Reklam) At a minimum, is used to refer to the visual identity of a corporation (its logo, signage, etc.), but usually taken to mean an organization's presentation to its stakeholders and the means by which it differentiates itself from other organizations
Corporate Policy and Procedure Manual
document which outlines policies and procedures followed in a company
corporate anorexia
A condition in which a corporation does not have enough employees to meet its goals or needs, especially as a consequence of downsizing
corporate body
corporation, business, company
corporate body
An organization or group of persons that is identified by a particular name and that acts, or may act, as an entity Typical examples of corporate bodies are associations, institutions, business firms, nonprofit enterprises, governments, government agencies, religious bodies, local churches, and conferences
corporate body
An organizsation or group of persons that is identified by a particular name and that acts, or may acvt, as an entity [ISAD(G)]
corporate body
An organization or group of persons that is identified by a particular name (e g , association, government, government agency, religious body, local church, and conference)
corporate bond
a bond issued by a corporation; carries no claim to ownership and pays no dividends but payments to bondholders have priority over payments to stockholders; "a corporate bond is a safer investment than common stock in the same company
corporate culture
1 Acceptable behavior at a company
corporate culture
Corporate culture refers to a company's values, beliefs, business principles, traditions, ways of operating, and internal work environment
corporate culture
the particular strategies, style, systems, environment and shared values within an organisation which contribute to its individuality
corporate culture
the values of an organization, frequently expressed as behaviors that are incented and rewarded For example, some investment banks in the early 80's promoted individual initiative (versus team work) through practices such as putting several people into one position: the person who out-performed his/her peers got to keep that position--until the next round of candidates was hired to challenge the survivor View records related to this term
corporate culture
{i} company's values and customs; professional atmosphere in large corporations and organizations reflected by dress codes or conduct and by the unique style and policies of the corporation or organization, organizational culture
corporate culture
The collection of beliefs, expectations, and values shared by an organization's members and transmitted from one generation of employees to another The culture sets norms (rules of conduct) that define acceptable behavior of employees of the organization It's important for job-seekers to understand the culture of an organization before accepting a job Read more
corporate culture
The set of important assumptions that members of the company share It is a system of shared values about what is important and beliefs about how the company works These common assumptions influence the ways the company operates
corporate culture
-A set of shared values about how things are done, what is important, what works, etc It can help or hinder implementation of changes such as new systems or processes
corporate culture
a term used to describe a large corporation's all-encompassing attitudes and approaches to such key matters as managing employees, suppliers, and customers
corporate culture
covers all those attitudes, beliefs, customs, expectations which influence the way in which decisions are made within a particular business
corporate culture
the values, beliefs, norms, and traditions within an organization that influence the behaviour of its members
corporate culture
The "feel" of an organization Culture arises from the belief system through which an organization operates Corporate cultures are variously described as being authoritative, bureaucratic, and entrepreneurial The firm's culture frequently impacts the organizational appropriateness for getting things done
corporate culture
The shared experiences, stories, beliefs, and norms that characterize a firm
corporate executive
an executive in a business corporation
corporate finance
Raising loans, issuing shares, and acquiring or merging with other businesses by public or private companies
corporate finance
the branch of economics concerned with how firms raise capital and the consequences of alternative methods of raising capital
corporate finance
Acquisition and allocation of a corporation's funds or resources, with the goal of maximizing shareholder wealth (i.e., stock value). Funds are acquired from both internal and external sources at the lowest possible cost and may be obtained through equity (e.g., sale of stock) or debt (e.g., bonds, bank loans). Resource allocation is the investment of funds; these investments fall into the categories of current assets (such as cash and inventory) and fixed assets (such as real estate and machinery). Corporate finance must balance the needs of employees, customers, and suppliers against the interests of the shareholders. See also business finance
corporate finance
the financial activities of corporation
corporate finance
The elaboration of company acquisition or sales strategies
corporate finance
a discipline dealing with the firm's operations with regard to investing and financing
corporate financing
providing of funds to a company
corporate governance
The system by which businesses are run This includes the director's duty to ensure that the business is properly and honestly managed
corporate governance
The rules and regulations within which an organization works to ensure probity and accountability
corporate governance
Corporate management principles involve taking into account shareholders' expectations and the need for their protection against arbitrary decisions by executives
corporate governance
The system by which companies are directed and controlled Boards of directors are responsible for the governance of their companies
corporate governance
Corporate Governance is concerned with holding the balance between economic and social goals and between individual and communal goals The corporate governance framework is there to encourage the efficient use of resources and equally to require accountability for the stewardship of those resources The aim is to align as nearly as possible the interests of individuals, corporations and society" (Sir Adrian Cadbury in 'Global Corporate Governance Forum', World Bank, 2000)
corporate governance
Is the process by which agencies are directed and controlled It is generally understood to encompass authority, accountability, stewardship, leadership, direction and control
corporate governance
Process of directing and controlling agencies
corporate governance
the question of whose interests should be served by a company and how to ensure that managerial decisions do indeed further these interests [top of page] D Debenture - a loan contract that is guaranteed by the issuing company's assets In the event of default the lender has the right to force liquidation of those assets to service the debt
corporate governance
The branch of management, which deals with the relationships among a company’s top management, board of directors and shareholders
corporate governance
jargon for rules on how companies should be run Sometimes includes more abstract notions of corporate "culture", that is, the habits practised by managers
corporate governance
Systems and processes for ensuring proper accountability, probity and openness in the conduct of an organisation's business Corporate Governance is a core responsibility of all NHS organisations including PCTs
corporate governance
This is the system by which companies are run, and the means by which they are responsive to their shareholders, employees and society The Fund has a Formal Policy on Corporate Governance
corporate governance
The relationship between all the stakeholders in a company This includes the shareholders, directors, and management of a company, as defined by the corporate charter, bylaws, formal policy, and rule of law 1
corporate governance
n the debate on redefining corporate management processes, including social and environmental responsibilities
corporate hospitality
Corporate hospitality is the entertainment that a company offers to its most valued clients, for example by inviting them to sporting events and providing them with food and drink. corporate hospitality at football grounds. executives in a corporate hospitality tent
corporate identity
A number of factors work together to give a company its own unique identity The factors the general public are most aware of are slogans (“it’s the real thing”) and images (the toilet roll puppy) and brand names
corporate identity
The consistent image created by your company's print communications, ranging from letterheads to business cards to brochures, newsletters, and documentation The elements that makeup a corporate identity include the consistent use of a limited number of typefaces, type sizes, colors, graphics, and logo These elements typically appear in the same position and at the same size on all corporate documents Go to top of page
corporate identity
- A company's name, logo, typeface, colors, slogan, etc , are elements that help comprise its corporate identity Motto Advertising has produced effective corporate identity packages for many new and long-established organizations
corporate identity
how a particular business is perceived by it's customers and the rest of the marketplace
corporate identity
Process whereby the design elements of an organization are utilized to maximum effect in order to communicate what it does and how it does it Corporate identity can embrace products, services, environments and the means of internal and external communication
corporate identity
the visual expression of an organization's unique identity through the systematic use of words and symbols The federal government's corporate identity is managed through FIP Industry Canada's corporate identity exists within the framework of FIP, but also uses the Industry Canada graphic identifier to create a distinctive identity for the department
corporate identity
{i} characteristics (logo, style, building etc.) associated with a corporation or organization that together define its identity
corporate identity
the character of a company, both visual (logos, letterheads, uniforms, etc) and non visual (attitude towards the environment, etc)
corporate image
impression a corporation makes on its clients and employees and the general public
corporate income tax
Tax imposed by public authorities on the incomes of corporations. Virtually all countries assess taxes on the net profits of corporations; most are flat-rate levies rather than extensively graduated taxes. A corporate income tax was adopted by the U.S. government in 1909; three-fourths of the states also levy corporate income taxes. See also capital gains tax; income tax
corporate investor
a company that invests in (acquires control of) other companies
corporate marriage
business merger, joining of two or more companies
corporate name
The registered name under which the corporation must conduct business The corporation must do all legal acts, including litigation, under its exact registered corporate name The corporation may also have a Business Name
corporate name
Also known as a trade name or trade name, it is the name under which a company conducts its business Whereas a corporate name identifies the business itself, trademarks identify goods or services A corporate name can also serve as a trademark if it meets the requirements of a trademark If so, the corporate name also merits protection under state and federal trademark and dilution laws However, a corporate name has no exclusive trademark rights unless it is used as a trademark This is so, even if the name is registered with the appropriate state body regulating business names, usually the Secretary of State
corporate name
The names of associations, institutions, businesses, firms, nonprofit enterprises, etc used as entries in records
corporate name
All or part of the name of a corporation affiliated in some way with a library resource
corporate raider
A corporate raider is a person or organization that tries to take control of a company by buying a large number of its shares
corporate resolution
The Corporate resolution identifies those officers authorized by the board of directors to enter the cooperation into the lease This document should be certified by the corporate secretary or assistant secretary and may be required for large transactions (over $75,000 00)
corporate resolution
A document in which a corporation's board of directors states who is authorized to act on behalf of the corporation
corporate resolution
This authorizes the signor of the Lease Documents to do so on behalf of the corporation
corporate resolution
This form is used by a corporation to designate an individual(s) as a signer(s) on behalf of the company Top of page
corporate resolution
A document filed with a bank by a corporation It defines the authority given to the corporation’s officers and specifies who may sign checks, borrow on behalf of the corporation, and otherwise issue instructions to the bank and conduct the corporation’s business The powers listed in the resolution are granted by the corporation’s directors
corporate resolution
An action taken by vote of the directors of a corporation   A title insurance company may require a corporate resolution before insuring a sale or loan made buy a corporation  
corporate resolution
(Résolution de société) A document which authorizes designated officers of the corporation to submit transactions in the registered account on behalf of the corporation
corporate resolution
An action taken by the vote of a corporation
corporate resolution
A document stating that the corporation's board of directors has authorized a particular individual to act on behalf of the corporation
corporate resolution
a document by a corporation that defines the officers authority with a bank
corporate resolution
An action taken by vote of the directors of a corporation A title insurance company may require a corporate resolution before insuring a sale or loan made buy a corporation
corporate responsibility
obligations and commitments of a corporation
corporate secretary
Officer of a corporation responsible for the official documents of the corporation such as the official seal, records of shares issued, and minutes of all board or committee meetings
corporate social responsibility
Refers to the comprehensive approach that a corporation takes to meet or exceed stakeholder expectations beyond measures of revenue, profit and legal obligation The four pillars of CSR are community investment, human rights and employee relations, environmental practices, and ethical conduct
corporate social responsibility
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is the decision-making and implementation process that guides all company activities in the protection and promotion of international human rights, labour and environmental standards and compliance with legal requirements within its operations and in its relations to the societies and communities where it operates CSR involves a commitment to contribute to the economic, environmental and social sustainability of communities through the on-going engagement of stakeholders, the active participation of communities impacted by company activities and the public reporting of company policies and performance in the economic, environmental and social arenas
corporate social responsibility
The recognition by corporations that their actions must take into account the needs and ethical standards of society
corporate social responsibility
is a wide-ranging agenda that involves businesses looking at how to improve their social, environmental and local economic impact, their influence on society, social cohesion and human rights, and fair trade CSR is an issue both for large multinationals and for small, locally based businesses
corporate social responsibility
is the awareness, acceptance and management of the implications and effects of all corporate decision making
corporate social responsibility
The idea that business has an obligation to help society with its problems by offering resources
corporate social responsibility
The overall relationship of the corporation with all its stakeholders These include customers, owners/investors, government, suppliers and competitors Elements of social responsibility include investment in community outreach, employee relations, creation and maintenance of employment, environmental responsibility and finance performance Topic areas: Fundraising and Financial Sustainability
corporate social responsibility
is concerned with treating the stakeholders of the firm ethically or in a socially responsible manner Stakeholders exist both within a firm and outside Consequently, behaving socially responsibly will increase the human development of stakeholders both within and outside the corporation Source: Michael Hopkins: A Planetary Bargain: Corporate Social Responsibility Comes of Age (Macmillan, UK, 1998)
corporate social responsibility
highlights the voluntary role of business in contributing to a better society and a cleaner environment beyond its financial and capital commitments
corporate tax
The sum of net company tax, non-residents withholding tax (NRWT) and foreign dividend withholding payments (FDWP)
corporate tax
this is a tax assessed by states on their resident corporations Levy terms and percentages vary widely from state to state
corporate tax
refers to the tax paid by corporates or firms on the incomes they earn
corporate welfare
Financial aid, such as a subsidy or tax break, provided by a government to corporations or other businesses, especially when viewed as wasteful or unjust: "critics who say that letting big companies raise private stock on public land amounts to corporate welfare" (Frank Clifford)
corporately
In a corporate capacity; acting as a corporate body
corporately
Acting as a corporate body
corporately
in partnership, in collaboration, jointly
corporately
In, or as regarda, the body
corporate
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