AIDEA, a quasi-public corporation
of the State of Alaska, was created in 1967 by the Alaska Legislature "in the interests of promoting the health, security, and general welfare of all the people of the state, and a public purpose, to increase job opportunities and otherwise to encourage the economic growth of the state, including the development of its natural resources, through the establishment and expansion of manufacturing, industrial, energy, export, small business, and business enterprises.
Connecticut Innovations (CI) is a quasi-public corporation
providing equity, debt and bond financing and other forms of financial assistance to companies in all stages of the business life cycle, from startup to later stage.
The Commonwealth Corporation, a quasi-public corporation
within the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development, will distribute the grant and work with the Massachusetts Mentoring Partnership to train the recipients.
WCF, a quasi-public corporation
, has returned $302 million in dividends back to policy holders since 1992.
Structure: Not-for-profit, quasi-public corporation
operating as a mutual insurance company
As a quasi-public corporation
, the WCF exists to serve an essential public purpose, to provide workers' compensation insurance, all the while being private in ownership.
City Controller Laura Chick, who has been auditing the quasi-public corporation
, says the EIDC's records are so confusing and incomplete that it's hard to determine how much money it spent, and on what.
KSD is a quasi-public corporation
affiliated with the labor ministry that offers industrial insurance to small and medium-sized companies.
High profits, high prices, and an elitist image made the PGS a political issue in mass politics, and republicans decided that as a quasi-public corporation
the company should liberalize its labor practices.
The CTC would be a quasi-public corporation
, probably located in Washington, D.
MTDC is a Boston-based venture capital firm formed in 1978 as a quasi-public corporation
by an act of the state Legislature.
In September, law enforcement investigators raided the EIDC's offices and two of Cluff's homes after learning that the quasi-public corporation
had given tens of thousands of dollars in campaign contributions to elected officials on its board, as well as to causes, including $25,000 to fight secession movements.