megacorporation

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megacorporation

(ˌmɛɡəˌkɔːpəˈreɪʃən)
n
(Commerce) a large international corporation
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Maybe the beer megacorps will find a way to retake the initiative.
Those people are taking the power back, showing the faceless megacorps who's boss, and it feels great.
Like many others, his is meticulously obsessed with the new--a floating orb that records sound, a Street View hack that renders jungle vines over city buildings, antigravity 3D printing--but by focusing on artsy, DIY and open-sourced works-in-progress, as opposed to the creepy machinations of tech megacorps, Prosthetic Knowledge reassures me, seeming to say, "For now at least, good ideas are still in the right hands".
Jill Schofield They won''t be happy until all the little shops are out of business Tracey Crawshaw You let one of these megacorps in and you let them all in Hannah Kaye Holmfirth doesn't need any more supermarkets
What gets me about these megacorps is how they treat people.
Alex Cox said: ``It's a 30 minute film about reality TV, the exploitation of juveniles, ownership of UK broadcasters by foreign media megacorps and eco-tourism.
Who cares who succeeds in running one of the dozen all-pervading megacorps that run our lives?
So it's unsurprising that a number of megacorps have
In April, two less newsy megacorps bumped heads over links in a lawsuit.
In the growing absence of the information "bottles" for which media megacorps ordinarily get paid (such as books, CDs, or video cassettes) the commissioner proposed that we would henceforth pay them for the wine of information by the sip.
Throw in one Berry Rydell, a good-cop-gone(accidentally)-bad, (attach him to Chevette, and you have a simple variation on the Molly-Case team from Neuromancer, the Angie-Turner one from Count Zero, and the Angie-Bobby one from Mona Lisa Overdrive, all edge-dwellers caught in the complex workings of vast uncaring megacorps, all inhabiting a hard-boiled naturalist universe with at least as much in common with Nelson Algren's The Man with the Golden Arm and Raymond Chandler's The Big Sleep as with Alfred Bester's The Demolished Man or Anthony Burgess's A Clockwork Orange.