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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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This program will teach board directors, secretaries, and lawyers the knowledge and professional skills on how to be an effective corporate secretary and how to perform the functions of corporate housekeeping.
JP Morgan Settlement Relieves Assessment Burden: The NCUA's estimated 2014 corporate assessment range of zero marks end of costly bailout.
Moreover, some companies went so far as to skirt insider trading rules and other ethical constricts by timing stock prices at dates either before or after significant corporate events, either increasing or decreasing the share price--practices known as "spring loading" and "bullet dodging"
By embedding consistent analytics as the foundation to back-, middle- and front-office activities, the corporate treasurer can eliminate disparate processes and system inaccuracies.
IRC section 6621 sets the rate of interest to be paid on overpayments of tax at the federal short-term rate plus 3 percentage points (+3 rate) for noncorporate taxpayers and plus 2 percentage points (+2 rate) for corporate taxpayers.
Two of the greatest difficulties for business communicators in tackling corporate governance are defining it and then understanding what contribution they can make.
The construction of Seagate Corporate Center consists of two phases: phase 1, currently under construction, totals more than 205,000 rsf on 13.5 acres; phase 2, still undeveloped, includes 13 more acres, including 171,000 rsf..
Under fire for curriculum that lacks real-life relevance and fails to instill ethical behavior, these and other top schools are appointing deans viewed as capable of bringing new thinking to the challenge of educating the corporate leaders of tomorrow--and charging them with doing just that.
Darwin's commitment to making a place for African Americans at all levels of corporate America never wavered during the course of his life.
"Government has been an ineffective watchdog of corporate abuse and more investors are waking up to the fact that they can engage management directly through the proxy process," Passoff adds.
In 2002, with many journalists cheering him on, President Bush signed the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, one of many new laws that have expanded the list of corporate crimes and ratcheted up criminal penalties to terms longer than some serve for murder.
DPAs have been around for many years, and the Justice Department is using deferred prosecution increasingly to dispose of complex corporate criminal investigations.
"Enersis' corporate finances have been positively affected, as reflected by the lower risk premium for our corporate bonds," Alvial says.
These rules were designed to reduce a corporate borrower's interest deductions on certain debt; Congress concluded that a portion of the return on high-yield OID obligations was similar to a nondeductible distribution of corporate earnings with respect to equity.
With the rise in awareness relating corporate e-mail systems to regulatory compliance, corporations are becoming increasingly concerned with both the cost of their e-mail operations and their ability to access critical data from those systems in a timely manner.