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  •  Corporations are parisitic entities. (1+ / 0-)
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    I'm libertarian twords owner operated buisiness, but corporations are not people, dispite what the supreme court thinks, and are intitled to no libertarian freedoms, IMHO.

    Just when they think they know the answer, I change the question. -Roddy Piper

    by McGirk on Tue Dec 05, 2006 at 01:32:24 PM PST

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    •  It's not so hard and fast (0+ / 0-)

      I run a small corporation.  I employ a little over 25 employees in two states.  By being a corporation, I can have officers able to sign documents, rent property and can share equity with my employees without having to go through a business restructuring everytime someone goes or leaves as I would if it is a partnership.

      The corporation as a legal entity allows it to continue in operation, and it's employees to continue to be employed if ownership changes.  I'm not sure how a large company would operate if it could not deal with the world as an entity but had to have the several thousand owners sign every document renting property etc.

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