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Collins Thesaurus of the English Language – Complete and Unabridged 2nd Edition. 2002 © HarperCollins Publishers 1995, 2002

Synonyms for corporate

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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WesCorp Losses Far Outpace Other Corporates: According to legacy asset loss estimates provided to Credit Union Times by the NCUA, investments made by Western Corporate FCU are generating far more losses than those that were made at other failed corporates.
NCUA Repays $1.5B in WesCorp Notes: Notes payoff called important milestone in efforts to resolve the failure of five corporates.
Corporate America/LaCorp Merger Stalled to Death: The two corporates announce they have called off their merger.
Alloya, CenCorp Intend to Go Big: Go big or go home describes the marriage of the two corporates.
"The Mobile Application Gateway suite gives network operators the opportunity to offer their corporate customers a fully branded mobile solution that is easy to try and easy to buy," said Bill Tam, Infowave's Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Available to Hong Kong CSL's subscribers, the Infowave-hosted Mobile Application Gateway solution offers real-time, secure wireless access to corporate e-mail, calendaring and contacts on a wide variety of Pocket PC and Palm handheld devices through Hong Kong CSL 1010 Office.
1010 Office is tailored for customers who require real-time and secure wireless access to corporate information, including email and calendar," said Tony Seeto, Director of Business Development at CSL.
One of the more promising growth areas for network operators is to serve the wireless data requirements of corporate customers.
These programs include workshops on presentation skill-building, course segments on crisis communication management and entire courses devoted to corporate communication.
During the first year of the two-year MBA program, Tuck students learn about corporate communication as a component of a management communication class.
The second-year course covers the functional areas of corporate communication, presents case studies, brings in outside speakers, and requires students to complete projects that analyze specific companies' corporate communication.
During their second year, MBAs can take a corporate communication elective, which focuses on crisis communication, corporate identity and image, investor relations, advertising and other similar subjects.
Corporate library management is in crisis because too many library directors lack substance.
Between 1980 and 1990, corporate libraries changed dramatically.
Top corporate libraries had as many microcomputers as people.
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