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A corporation is a company or group of people authorized to act as a single entity (legally a person) and recognized as such in law. Corporations can take many forms, including: statutory corporations, municipal corporations, corporations sole, joint-stock companies, cooperatives and others.
Corporation may also refer to:
- Corporation (university), common moniker for types of university student organizations, including sororities
- Harvard Corporation, aka "the Corporation"
- The Corp or Students of Georgetown, Inc., student owned and operated non-profit organization
- Corporation (nightclub), nightclub in Sheffield, England
- The Corporation, Cardiff, public house in Wales
- Corporation (TV series), 1975 Canadian television documentary series
- Corporate (film), 2006 Bollywood film starring Bipasha Basu
- The Corporation (film), 2003 Canadian documentary
- Corporation (comics), fictional organization in the Marvel Universe
- The Corporation, fictional mercenary organization in Clive Cussler's Oregon Files novels
- Evil corporation, popular culture staple
- The Corporation (record production team), group of American songwriters and record producers in the 1960s Motown label
- The Corporation (American band), an American, psychedelic rock band, active in the 1960s
- The Corporation (English band), English, all-star, pop group who released a single in 1988
- Corporation Bank, state-owned banking company headquartered in Mangalore, India
- "The Corporation", a press moniker for the Cuban-American criminal organization led by José Miguel Battle Sr.
- The Corporation (professional wrestling), late 1990s villainous stable in the World Wrestling Federation