corporate

adj.
Corporate is used with these nouns: ↑accountability, ↑accountant, ↑asset, ↑attorney, ↑balance sheet, ↑banking, ↑bankruptcy, ↑blog, ↑boardroom, ↑body, ↑bond, ↑bureaucracy, ↑campus, ↑capitalism, ↑charter, ↑chief, ↑client, ↑contributor, ↑corruption, ↑crime, ↑criminal, ↑crook, ↑culture, ↑customer, ↑debt, ↑dividend, ↑domination, ↑donation, ↑donor, ↑earnings, ↑elite, ↑employer, ↑enterprise, ↑entity, ↑environment, ↑espionage, ↑ethics, ↑executive, ↑expansion, ↑expenditure, ↑failure, ↑farm, ↑farming, ↑finance, ↑fraud, ↑funding, ↑giant, ↑greed, ↑headquarters, ↑hierarchy, ↑hospitality, ↑identity, ↑image, ↑interest, ↑investment, ↑jet, ↑ladder, ↑lawyer, ↑leader, ↑librarian, ↑logo, ↑management, ↑manager, ↑manslaughter, ↑media, ↑meeting, ↑membership, ↑merger, ↑money, ↑network, ↑office, ↑official, ↑ownership, ↑partner, ↑partnership, ↑philosophy, ↑plan, ↑planning, ↑power, ↑profile, ↑profit, ↑profitability, ↑propaganda, ↑reform, ↑reorganization, ↑representative, ↑reputation, ↑responsibility, ↑retreat, ↑scandal, ↑sector, ↑security, ↑shareholder, ↑site, ↑spending, ↑sponsor, ↑sponsorship, ↑strategy, ↑structure, ↑subsidy, ↑takeover, ↑tax, ↑taxation, ↑trainer, ↑travel, ↑traveller, ↑treasurer, ↑type, ↑umbrella, ↑user, ↑venture, ↑video, ↑wealth, ↑world

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