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A firm is a business.
Firm or The Firm may also refer to:
- The Firm, Inc., a talent management company
- Fair Immigration Reform Movement
- The Firm, a London criminal gang once run by the Kray twins
- The Firm (Firmaet), a Danish intelligence agency run by Arne Sejr
- The Firm, a common nickname of consulting company McKinsey & Company
- The Firm, a nickname for the Hong Kong based conglomerate Jardine Matheson
- The Firm, a nickname for the British Royal Family
- The Firm, a nickname for the British MI5 Security Service
- The Firm, a nickname for the Central Intelligence Agency of the United States
- The Firm, an American skateboard company once run by Lance Mountain
Film and television
- The Firm (1989 film), a British drama
- The Firm (2009 film), a remake of the 1989 television film
- The Firm (1993 film), an American legal thriller based on John Grisham's novel
- The Firm (2012 TV series), a Canadian television series on NBC, sequel to the above film
- The Firm (Malaysian TV series)
- The Firm (EastEnders), a fictional gangland organization in the soap opera Eastenders
- The FIRM, a fictional organization in Airwolf
- The FIRM, a brand of workout videos and fitness products currently owned by Gaiam.
- The Firm (hip hop group), an American hip hop supergroup active between 1996 and 1998
- The Firm (novelty band), best known for their hits "Star Trekkin'" and "Arthur Daley E's Alright"
- The Firm (rock band), a British rock supergroup active during the mid-1980s
- The Firm (album), debut album by the eponymous British rock supergroup
- The Firm (soundtrack), an album by Dave Grusin
- The Firm (novel), by John Grisham
- The Firm: the inside story of McKinsey, a book by Duff McDonald
- Flood insurance rate map
- FiRM, a legacy warez group
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