Among the top corporations in the Philippines are: .
Manila Electric Company .
National Power Corporation .
San Miguel Corp .
Petron Corp .
Pilipinas Shell Petroleum … There are, of course, dozens, if not hundreds more. (MORE)
A corporation exists when a company comes from being owned by a single person, to being owned partially to whoever buys stocks in it. The company will basically sell itself ou…t to the public, which can cause problems with the stockholders wanting more and more growth in the company. A lot of the time an incorporated company will treat it's employees worse and give them lower wages because of this. (MORE)
If you mean Firefox, close Firefox by clicking the Firefox name on the top left of there screen and click Quit Firefox. Now open Finder or Applications and find the program Fi…refox. Left click it and drag it to the trash. Or right click and then click Send to trash. (MORE)
All men are absolute individuals. These thorough individuals participate in groupings, which can be called corporations, communities, etc. These groupings are behaviors and af…filiations, not prat of the inherent or intrinsic nature of man (or men). (MORE)
Forfeited Existence - An inactive status indicating that the corporation or limited liability company failed to file its franchise tax return or to pay the tax due thereunder…. Status is changed by secretary of state when certification of the delinquency is received from the comptroller of public accounts. (MORE)
A few did, but it was much more difficult to obtain a corporatecharter in those days. Nowadays all it takes to make a corporationis to write up a certificate of incorporation,… amounting to maybe apage and a half of boilerplate, file that with the secretary ofstate in the state where you want to do business with theappropriate fee ($90 in my state), wait to get the certified copyback, and file that at the county courthouse in the town whereyou'll be doing business, and you have a corporation. You also wantto buy a "corporate kit" from a business supply company, tailoredfor your state, complete with a corporate seal for impressing theembossed seal of your corporation into appropriate documents, likea notary's seal, very official looking. Following the guidelines ofthe corporate kit will keep you from losing your "corporate shield"of limited liability. This limited liability was the reasonlegislatures of the states were reluctant in the 1800s to make iteasy to incorporate. So long as the corporate formalities areproperly observed, anyone injured by the corporation can only suethe corporation, and can recover money damages only from the assetsof the corporation. A plaintiff can not go after the assets of theshareholders, officers of the corporation, or of the directors. Butif a plaintiff can show that the corporate formalities have notbeen observed, then he can "pierce the corporate veil" and go afterthe assets of officers, directors, and even shareholders, who insmall corporations today are usually the same people, and are thepeople, after all, who ordered done whatever it was that resultedin the plaintiff's injuries. To incorporate today, you merely state in the certificate ofincorporation you file with the secretary of state in the statecapital that the purpose of the corporation is "any lawfulpurpose". In the 1800s, those who did succeed in incorporating hadto be very specific about exactly what business the corporation wasgoing to be doing. If a corporation engaged in activities outsidewhat it was chartered specifically to do (without obtaining anamendment to the corporate charter from the legislature to do so,and seeking which of course provided the occasion for statelegislators to extract a new round of bribes and emoluments), thiswas grounds for "piercing the corporate veil". And in the 1800s,you didn't just mail in a certificate of incorporation. You had toget an Act of Incorporation passed by the state legislature toobtain your corporate charter. So if you were well-connected, orrich enough to spread bribes around, maybe gift some shares ofstock of the new venture here and there, you stood a much betterchance of getting your bill through the legislature (essentiallygetting a law passed) than you would if you were just some schmucknobody knew, who hadn't even bothered to show his appreciation inany material way. So, basically, only some banks, railroads, canalcompanies, steamship lines and other large scale ventures, thesuccessful creation and operation of which could be claimed toprovide benefits to the public at large, were allowed to operatewith the corporate limited liability. Of course, many of theseturned out to be run by the biggest crooks and swindlers around,who had the determination to do what it took to obtain a corporatecharter. (MORE)