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possessing or existing in bodily form

done by or characteristic of individuals acting together

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organized and maintained as a legal corporation

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1(4) and (5), corporate employees would be similarly liable for penalties for misstatements on their corporate employers' excise tax returns.
This review should consider corporate financial results as well as the CEO's performance as measured against previously established criteria and objectives.
Corporate Real Estate 2000: Management Strategies for the Next Decade", being conducted in partnership with MIT, will examine the changes in corporate real estate and devise a working model for these departments and their companies that is more strategy-based.
Allocations: If a partnership note cannot be structured to avoid AHYDO characterization, the first task is to determine how much of the debt should be allocated to corporate versus noncorporate partners.
From the macroeconomic perspective, the sum of household savings and net corporate debt repayment, which is the money that is entering the banking system but is not coming out to re-enter the income stream due to the lack of borrowers, constitutes the deflationary gap of the economy.
Castellani: Business Roundtable believes the United States has the best corporate governance, financial reporting and securities markets in the world.
Rather, corporate compliance consists of those policies and procedures that govern the operations of the entire enterprise in accordance not just with all known legal responsibilities, but with the highest standards of professional and ethical conduct.
insurers have multiple exposures to corporate governance reforms at national and international levels.
The new title will provide detailed information on suits by shareholders and regulators against banks, corporations, corporate officials, and their legal and accounting professionals.
According to the Committee report, the intent of the provision is that the highest ranking corporate officer (regardless of title) sign the tax return.
Watchdog groups like Corporate Watch have made it their business to investigate CSR on an international level.
Corporate money has also fueled the explosive growth of dozens of state-based conservative think tanks, of which the Independent Institute is a prime example.
Berg, commenced a money action against both TSI and NY Creative, arguing that one was the corporate alter ego of the other; a slight twist on the legal theory painfully entitled "piercing the corporate veil.
Now, nearly 20 years and some 104 columns, nine book reviews, and five articles later, I realize that I have been a participating witness to the corporate governance evolution/revolution.
With the rise in debt, many measures of corporate financial condition deteriorated: Interest expenses claimed a significantly higher share of corporate cash flow; downgradings of debt accelerated; and bond default rates, while still relatively low, began to climb.