megacorporation


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megacorporation

(ˌmɛɡəˌkɔːpəˈreɪʃən)
n
(Commerce) a large international corporation
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Burke and the megacorporation GTX is undoubtedly unequal in terms of power within the biopolitical regime of late capitalism that the story depicts, and all the risks are assumed by only one of the parties.
'We should remember that PhilHealth is a megacorporation. Last year, it spent over P100 billion in payouts.
Starting this summer, Whole Foods customers will have new opportunities to save on products by subscribing to a monthly service run by its new parent company, global technology megacorporation Amazon.
Despite public fervor over hazardous waste sites--the Love Canal disaster had prompted passage of the Superfund law just before Reagan took office--Gorsuch lifted regulations for waste disposal and cut deals benefiting megacorporation Chemical Waste Management, which was later sued for illegal dumping.
There's nothing fancy about the free museum, which is filled with family photos, mementos and milestones throughout the megacorporation's history.
Final Fantasy VII remake Remake of the 1997 game retells the story of eco-terrorists fighting against a corrupt megacorporation. To be released in a multi-part series.
The corporate campus of the Circle--the megacorporation that has swallowed up the Big Five into one gargantuan organization is itself dominated by glass buildings, all of which may be seen through.
As a result, a megacorporation called Urine Good Company has taken over the industry, installing pay toilets everywhere and monopolizing the activity.
Microcapitalism and the megacorporation. Harvard Business Review, 81(8), 47-54.
Transactions happen without your conscious need to tend to them, but with working firewalls so no megacorporation or state can track all of your activity.
Since it's founding in 1970, it has been known as the state-owned megacorporation producing steel and iron foundries with a production capacity of 1.1 to 5.0 million tons.
Joey's father, Walter, the environmentally sensitive lawyer, gets used by a megacorporation interested in the extreme type of strip mining that removes mountain tops, pushing them into valleys and destroying habitat and natural riparian paths.