megacorporation

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megacorporation

(ˌmɛɡəˌkɔːpəˈreɪʃən)
n
(Commerce) a large international corporation
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Featuring four Mega Corporations that fight for world domination, the players of the game fight it out for their chosen Megacorp, and their vision for the future.
Sure, the control scheme and the UI could have been done better but it's unfair to pull comparisons between this game and AAA franchises from the evil MegaCorp Studios.
Auction are invited for Sale of property tech megacorp international pvt ltd factory
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It's publisher, Super Evil Megacorp is partnering with the streaming gaming platform to create a tournament, sponsorships and prize money for "Vainglory" players, which accounted for 150 million viewing minutes on Twitch in 2016.
Expected Outcome Predicted $ Insured Case Loss Value Prediction Result Risk Alpha v MegaCorp $5,000,000 45.
This is an official announcement and confirmation by the Director Michelle, in terms of the shooting schedule of her 4 movies namely RED, J Returns, Megacorp and Mid Dey.
Eichner, Alfred (1976) The Megacorp and Oligopoly: micro foundations of macro dynamics, Cambridge UK and New York, Cambridge University Press.
The largest megacorp and the smallest site could live in browser tabs side by side, and the link--the humble blue underline that defined the medium-connected them all as equal citizens of an open platform.
But rather than resort to the standard "Hi, I'm John Smith and I work for MegaCorp," Bishop presented us with a series of questions that allowed us to explore the different ways we ranked among our classmates--alphabetically, chronologically, and geographically.
Despite the solid $40 billion gap between Disney and its next lowest competitor, however, the market would appear to be a fairly stable oligopoly, according to Eichner's (1976) The Megacorp and Oligopoly characterization of the business hierarchy: "While superficially it is the fewness of the sellers that is the essential characteristic [of oligopoly], actually it is the recognized interdependence to which the fewness of the sellers gives rise that sets oligopoly apart from other types of market structure" (Eichner, 1976, p.