Corporate [adjective]

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Asana, a corporate software maker started by a Facebook co-founder, filed to go public via a direct listing, revealing a net loss that has more than doubled year over year.

Lots of commentary during my staycation on the one-year anniversary of the Business Roundtable’s statement on corporate purpose—which put employees, customers, their communities, and the environment on a par with shareholders.

There was no prize for Heron beyond bragging rights and Javorsek’s old flight helmet with their corporate logo added.

Goodyear said in a statement that the “visual in question was not created or distributed by Goodyear corporate, nor was it part of a diversity training class.”

Despite all of the challenges the corporate world is facing, it cannot back down from the Business Roundtable commitment.

The 55-year-old insurance agent was accompanied by Aimee Matz, 51, a bartender, and Tami Bohm, 55, a corporate compliance officer.

They were mostly at the margins of corporate culture, but their numbers were growing steadily.

Previously, the company had been offering direct corporate accounts, as well as working with partners.

They do not call themselves socialist, in general, because most of the production, most of the businesses in the economy, are private, corporate ownership.

From the start, Pai embraced a more free-market approach to regulation, and voted against many of Wheeler’s proposals — having to do with corporate mergers, for instance, and media-ownership rules.