A domestic corporation is a corporate business that operates in its home country, as opposed to a global or foreign corporation, which operates in multiple countries. In the United States, a typical domestic corporation ... More »

Domestic profit corporations are legally recognized organizations that conduct business for profit in their countries of origin. A domestic corporation may be held to different laws and standards than a foreign organizat... More »

Examples of insuring domestic tranquility are The Patriotic Act initiation and World War II imprisonment of Americans of Japanese origin. The Patriotic Act was initiated in 2001 after the September 11 terrorist attacks. More »

A multinational corporation is a company that has an established presence in a country beside its home country. They generally have a headquarters in their home country that centralizes the management of their global fac... More »

Probably the most common example of a government-owned corporation is the United States Postal Service. Other examples include the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the National Park Foundation, the Export-Import Ba... More »

Ameren Missouri is a branch of the Ameren energy corporation based in Missouri that provides gas and solar energy to residential, business and community customers. The company serves over 1.2 million customers in Missour... More »

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An S corporation is a formal business structure that company owners can set up under Subchapter S of the Internal Revenue Code. This type of business allows owners to take advantage of some benefits of a limited liabilit... More »

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