Businesses can suffer injuries too, which often take the form of financial losses. Sometimes a business, such as a corporation or a partnership, is harmed by the negligence or intentional conduct of another business or individual. Some examples of how a business can be harmed include loss of an expected profitable relationship, breach of a contractual agreement, or the denial of expected benefits. When a business suffers losses, the injured business may be able to recoup those losses. This is done by producing evidence that the conduct of another is the cause of such losses.