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    Corporations and Bureaus

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    Explain the differences between corporations' and bureaus' behavior and objectives.

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    Corporations
    A corporation produces goods and services for satisfying customer needs. Its objective is to make profits from its operations. The corporation may directly satisfy the needs of the customers or may use multifarious channels of distribution. These channels may be self owned or owned by others. For example, McDonald's sells its burgers through both company ...

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