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A corporation is a company or group of people authorized to act as a single entity (legal person) and recognized as such in law. Commercial corporations can take many forms, including statutory corporations, corporations sole, joint-stock companies, cooperatives and others.
The term is also part of the expression municipal corporation used only in formal contexts to refer to local governing bodies though these are not commercial entities.
Corporation may also refer to:
Education, establishments and organisationsEdit
- Corporation (university), common moniker for types of university student organizations, including sororities
- Harvard Corporation, AKA "the Corporation"
- The Corp or Students of Georgetown, Inc., student owned and operated non-profit organization
- City of London Corporation, the municipal governing body of the City of London in England
- Corporation (nightclub), nightclub in Sheffield, England
- The Corporation, Cardiff, public house in Wales
- Corporation Bank, state-owned banking company headquartered in Mangalore, India
- "The Corporation", a press moniker for the Cuban-American criminal organization led by José Miguel Battle Sr.
- The Corporation (professional wrestling), late 1990s villainous stable in the World Wrestling Federation
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