Affords certain rights to business corporations

The four provisions of the US Constitution (including amendments) and the explanation of the impact of each on certain on business are as follows: First, the Fourteenth Amendment provision on due process of law (Findlaw, 2008) would also apply to business corporations since the latter are also considered as juridical persons which are protected under the due process clause.

These corporations can sue in court to assert and protect their rights to due process. Second, the Fourteenth Amendment provision on equal protection clause (Findlaw, 2008)  applies to business corporations as well since they deserved to be treated similarly as other corporations  of the same conditions for classification as in case of same industries.

Third, the provision of Article 1, Section 8 that Congress shall have the power “to borrow money on credit to the United States,” (Findlaw, 2008) will surely affect the conditions of corporation since this power of Congress could affect the economy within which corporations operate. Fourth, the provision of Article 1, section 8 that Congress shall have the power to “coin Money and, regulate the Value thereof…” (Findlaw, 2008) will surely affect the level of interest rate which can influence the cost of doing business for companies.