Word of the day

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corpocracy (noun) – 1. An inefficient corporation characterised by excessive layers of management.
2. A society dominated by politically and economically large corporations.

Source : The Free Dictionary

Etymology : Corpocracy is an unlovely compound noun formed from corporate or corporation plus the common combining form -cracy, ultimately from the Greek combining form -kratía, formed from krátos “strength, power,” and the noun suffix -ía. Corpocracy is not a recent word: it first appears in print in 1935, right smack in the middle of the Great Depression, during FDR’s first term.


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