private corporation


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Noun1.private corporation - a corporation owned by a few people; shares have no public market
corp, corporation - a business firm whose articles of incorporation have been approved in some state
family business - a corporation that is entirely owned by the members of a single family
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Cari that a private corporation has vowed to help their city in the rehabilitation efforts.
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It is a private business, created through cunning and stealth by private bankers, who should really be called banksters, in collaboration with Congressmen who violated their oath to support and defend the Constitution when they voted to hand the money-creation power of the federal government over to a private corporation.
Private corporation money goes to network programming (NBC, CBS, Fox, etc.
Even though the owners of a private corporation may not need the directors to exercise independence in order to keep the managers focused on the stockholders' interests, this does not exempt the directors from their oversight obligations.
The crux of prosecutors' case is that Cluff embezzled more than $150,000 in public funds, while defense attorneys say the EIDC has always been a private corporation.
If any private corporation had engaged in such patterns of malfeasance, fraud, and megabuck sleight of hand, it would have been punished by its customers, shareholders, and employees long before the government got involved.
It's more important when choosing a value added network (VAN), a special online service that conducts business traffic between FACNET or a private corporation s network and the trading companies subscribing to the VAN.
They say the EIDC - a publicly-chartered nonprofit corporation, run by elected public officials, financed with public money and serving a public function - is, in fact, a private corporation, free to spend its money in any way its board and executives see fit.
A prison inmate brought a [section] 1983 action against corrections officials and a private corporation that employs inmates within a corrections facility.
And a private corporation - using debt financing and savings from making the system more efficient - would be able to upgrade the aging air traffic system, which is still using computers with vacuum tubes and has been plagued by power outages in recent months.
Hahn, who sits on the EIDC's executive committee, has previously defended the political contributions as legal, arguing it is a private corporation and not a public agency subject to public corruption laws.