Corporations and institutions are objects uninterested in subjects. Corporations and institutions pretend to be interested in subjects by declaring themselves to be subjects, but in reality they are merely objects masquerading as subjects.
Corporations and institutions thrive only in the object world. They are Things and are only interested in Things. They refuse to acknowledge subjects and seek to change subjects into objects, that is Beings into Things. Corporations and institutions seek to objectify. Corporations and institutions strive to weaken the personal and replace it with the impersonal.
The end goal of all corporations and institutions is to destroy relationships between Beings and replace them with ones between Things. Because relationships between Things lack all semblance of the personal, they are relationships in name only, but these are the only kinds corporations and institutions wish to see or are willing to nurture.