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A company is a group of more than one persons to carry out an enterprise and so a form of business organization.
Company may also refer to:
- Company (military unit), a group of typically 75–200 soldiers
- Opera company, an instituted company that performs operas
- Theatre company, of touring actors, singers and/or dancers
In titles and proper names:
- Company (band)
- Company (film), a 2002 Hindi film directed by Ram Gopal Varma
- Company (free improvisation group), a jazz collective founded in 1968
- Company (Heroes), a fictional covert international organization in the NBC drama Heroes
- Company (LGBT magazine), the only existing LGBT print magazine in Hungary, published monthly
- Company (magazine), a monthly fashion, celebrity and lifestyle magazine published in the United Kingdom
- Company (musical), music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by George Furth
- Company (novel), a 2006 book by Max Barry
- Company (song), the title song from the Broadway musical, Company
- "Company" (short story), by Samuel Beckett
- Company, the subtitle of String Quartet No. 2 by composer Philip Glass
- "Company", a song by Simon Townshend on album Among Us
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