Climate Corporation, a company that operates corporate networks, will lose $4.6bn in 2018 due to climate change

Climate Corporation is a company operating corporate networks that manages and manages the global corporate network, including those in the U.S., China, Japan and other countries.

Climate Corporation CEO and Co-Founder Mike Deacon said the company will suffer an “accelerated decline” in revenue due to “the impact of climate change.” 

“We expect this to be the first of many quarters in which we lose revenue due the impacts of climate,” Deacon wrote.

“We are now working to develop strategies to mitigate these impacts.”

Climate Corporation announced the loss in February, saying in a blog post that it had a “preliminary” outlook for its 2018 financial year. 

“As the world continues to adapt to the impacts climate change has on its climate infrastructure, Climate Corporation has been experiencing significant fluctuations in our business,” the company wrote. 

According to the blog post, the company’s revenue has been impacted by “a broad range of impacts, including, but not limited to: climate impacts; the effect of climate disruptions on our business; and, the impact of a variety of external factors, including regulatory changes, geopolitical events, and natural disasters.” 

Climate Corporation is owned by ExxonMobil and its subsidiary, ExxonMobil Energy.

The company operates corporate network and energy services businesses. 

The company was founded in 2009 and has operated in more than 40 countries, according to its website. 

It’s a large company, with over 300 employees and operations in more 50 countries.

The website says that the company has revenue of more than $50 billion annually and employs more than 5,000 people.