Corporate division

A corporate division is a separate operating unit of a business. Divisions are frequently set up along product, distribution, or geographic lines. For example, a corporation may be organized into a consumer products division and an industrial division. Another example is a domestic division and an international division. There does not have to be a separate legal entity for each division; thus, one legal entity could contain several corporate divisions.

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