= the quest of community by transnational companies
David de Ugarte in the book: Phyles, Economic Democracy in the Network Century 
"the quest of community by transnational companies, what is known as Neo-Venetianism, and the building of companies by Neo-Venetianist communities are two movements which are only apparently convergent.
Both take as their starting point the distinction between the respective spaces and social rules of community and business. Nonetheless, while companies subordinate the community to the increasingly empty generation of value for stockholders, Neo-Venetianists subordinate their economic tissue to the space of greater personal freedom: community life.
No two more different attitudes could be found." (http://deugarte.com/gomi/phyles.pdf)