is the corporate-government-combination, controlled by corporations or corporate interests. Noun corpocracy, plural corpocracies are inefficient corporations characterized by excessive layers of management. Corporations with an unlimited access to wealth have managed to gain political power and therefore, can change laws to benefit them. Corporations can influence government through campaign funding, lobbying, and regulatory agencies. Big corporations donate money for political campaigns.
While the two, governed and corporations retain their own distinct legal structures and managements, the government’s goals and interests are aligned with the corporation’s bottom line. America’s large corporations have acquired, “bought” the asset, the congress and governmental leaders. There is no way to understand either United States history or current events without very close study of the way the Corporatocracy functions.