big business

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commercial enterprises organized and financed on a scale large enough to influence social and political policies

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If PACs can be eliminated, big business and the wealthy simply take over the entire process.
Also of note, big business regularly ranks near the bottom in confidence among major U.
The small business boss warned: "While big business and Government agencies are allowed to continue to abuse their dominant position, by ignoring or contracting out of the legislation, then SMEs will continue to go to the wall.
Madhu Kishwar, on the other hand, is a little sceptical on what big business can really achieve and says it kowtows to corrupt politicians and can barely look after itself.
Washington Examiner columnist Tim Carney walks a big beat: the unholy alliance between corporations and the state, which he first chronicled in his 2006 book The Big Ripoff: How Big Business and Big Government Steal Your Money.
The Carbon Trust's survey of 165 SMEs coincides with the launch by Dragon's Den star Theo Paphitis, of the Carbon Trust's Big Business Refit campaign.
In the battle between big business and the climate in Australia, business has won.
08) where he points out that we are again seeing the benefits of socialism coming to the rescue of the financial incompetence of big business and its managers.
Theft and resale of metal objects have become big business in recent years;
WHOM does our governor represent: Big business or the people of California?
WorkChoices isn't the only thing to get big business leaders rubbing their hands.
Highly recommended for small business owners and big business branders or marketing consultants alike.
history class that President Theodore Roosevelt led the progressive campaign against the so-called "robber barons" of Big Business and promoted the passage of federal anti-trust legislation during the early years of the 20th century.
They have become "the party of greed," and I have felt for some time that they were using religion for their agenda and had little compassion for anything but big business and corporations.
SBHP legislation would allow bona fide trade and professional associations to independently pool their members, gaining bargaining power that the government, big business and unions currently enjoy when negotiating with insurers for health care prices.