We have to change the corporate structure to survive.
A bunch of corporate types in suits were sitting at the table in the conference room.
He is one of the most powerful men in corporate America.
The business is a corporate entity.
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Ryan Faughnder, Los Angeles Times, 22 Nov. 2022 The company appears set to lay off approximately 10,000 people in corporate and technology jobs, in what would be the largest cuts in the company’s history.
Karen Weise, New York Times, 21 Nov. 2022 The improved performance comes amid a flurry of changes, including a recent deal to sell its apparel on Amazon, cutting ties with Kanye West (who goes by Ye) after his anti-Semitic remarks, and eliminating about 500 corporate jobs.
Francesca Fontana, WSJ, 18 Nov. 2022 Amazon plans to eliminate approximately 10,000 corporate and technology jobs starting as soon as this week, people with knowledge of the matter said, in what would be the largest job cuts in the company's history.Arkansas Online, 15 Nov. 2022 Amazon is planning to lay off some 10,000 employees in corporate and technology jobs, the New York Times reported on Monday, citing anonymous sources with knowledge of the matter.
Catherine Thorbecke, CNN, 14 Nov. 2022 With the departures of Cameron, Clegg, and Osborne—to the comfort of corporate jobs or consultancies—the next set of characters took the stage for Act II.
Tom Mctague, The Atlantic, 21 Oct. 2022 As the publication noted, other recently reported moves by Amazon seemingly aimed at keeping costs low amid slowing retail sales include closing warehouses and, according to a Bloomberg report yesterday, a hiring freeze on retail corporate jobs.
Scharon Harding, Ars Technica, 5 Oct. 2022 Republicans could also push for further limits to Chinese involvement on Wall Street, in corporate America, and on college campuses.
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borrowed from Latin corporātus, past participle of corporāre "to form into a body, form (an organized social group)," verbal derivative of corpor-, corpus "body, organized group of people" — more at midriff