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Corporate opportunity is the legal concept that prevents directors and officers of a corporation from appropriating certain business opportunities for their personal gain. As an employee, directors and officers of a corporation owe a fiduciary duty to the company (perhaps the highest level of duty imposed by law), the fiduciary can not take for him/her a … Full Definition »
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