Big corporations tend to require the most professional resumes available which include information about you, education, skills, and then some. You want it to come off as professional but never cocky. A good example of a business resume is this which you will see includes everything, even a picture:
I never liked the idea of using your photo on a resume. I know it sounds ridiculous to say this but I think people hire others based on looks and you are giving them an open invitation to judge you based on your looks and not your skills.
With something like this, it is best to get your food in the door and leave a physical and digital copy of your resume. If you want to get a real good impression, you will do this best in person. Schedule an appointment to meet with one of the higher-ups.
Business resumes tend to be no different from other ones. You want to sell yourself in a few sentences and then provide everything you are knowledgeable on and all your work experience pertaining to businesses such as sales, marketing, and so on.
This is a good example but you need a lot of experience and education. These resumes tend to be 2 pages long. I think the format works well though because it ensures everything is on the resume that a business man or woman would consider when hiring someone.