proponents of business as a political participant argue:

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Businesses are a political entity, that is, they are a political body. In business, the shareholders, employees and the board of directors have all different agendas, which is why many argue that business is a political body. This is a great argument because the business model is based on cooperation, and this is something that has always been a part of the human experience, whether it is through the cooperative economy, or the market economy.

We believe the same thing, and that business is a political body. In business, there are many different entities in the same organization, so the board of directors is not the only entity that has an agenda. Everyone has an agenda, which is why there should be a rule that prohibits companies from having any political agenda, or any “private” agenda.

It’s still true that the board of directors is the only body with an agenda, because they have a corporate agenda. It is up to the individual board members to decide what is best for the business. There is also a political agenda, which is the agenda of the company. This is true because political is a verb, and the board member can only dictate what is best for the company.

It’s not just the board of directors that has an agenda. There are thousands of other people who have agendas as well. Business has a political agenda because it is a private sector. We are a private sector. If you were to have a public sector, you would have a public sector that has a different purpose. Business is a private sector, and if business could have a political agenda, we would have a political agenda.

The difference is that in business the people that own the company are not private owners, but public ones. They get to decide if they want to do things the way they want to do them, or if they just want to do things the way that they would do them if they were private owners.

When it comes to business, we are all business. The idea that we are all private owners doesn’t make sense. The fact that the government is in charge of business is just a way to make business more efficient and effective. The more efficient and effective a business is, the more revenue it can make. The more money it can make the bigger the government.

To most people, it seems obvious that the government should be in charge of business. The government owns businesses, and businesses are the only private entities that have the ability to create money.

That’s true, but that’s not the whole story. Businesses are also responsible for creating jobs. In fact, it can be argued that they’re the only entities that create jobs. It can also be argued that government should be the biggest employer, but since it’s a private business, it should do its best to maximize its profits.

So why the hell should those companies own the government? Because private businesses are better at creating jobs and theyre the ones who should be in charge of government. Government is a private corporation which has been established as an arm of the government. The private corporations should be in charge, because the government owns them and the government has the power to create jobs in the most efficient way possible. The private corporations that are government employees arent in charge, theyre just on the payroll.

For the record, most of the companies that are in favor of that argument are not private businesses. Instead they are corporations that have a business plan. The more “public” the company is, the more it looks like a business plan. Private businesses are more like private banks, where the government gets the funding and uses the profits to pay the employees, but the employees are still technically in charge.

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