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  1. Is business ethics important in business profitability?

    Discover how business ethics as a guiding philosophy within a company can have a drastic impact on long-term business profitability ...
  2. Contract Theory

    Contract theory is the study of how individuals and businesses construct and develop legal agreements.
  3. Small And Mid-size Enterprise (SME)

    A small and mid-size enterprise (SME) are businesses that maintain revenues or a number of employees below a certain threshold. ...
  4. Advertising Club Of New York

    The Advertising Club of New York, an organization for communications professionals traces its origins back to 1896.
  5. Interpersonal Skills

    Interpersonal skills in the business domain generally refers to an employee's ability to get along with others while getting ...
  6. Section 1202

    Section 1202 of the Internal Revenue Code provides for capital gains from select small business stock to be excluded from ...
  7. Whistleblower

    A whistleblower is anyone who has and reports insider knowledge of illegal activities occurring in an organization.
  8. Marginal Propensity To Import (MPM)

    Marginal Propensity To Import is the amount imports increase or decrease with each unit rise or decline in income.
  9. Production Externality

    Production externality refers to a side effect from an industrial operation, such as a paper mill producing waste that is ...
  10. Dog Eat Dog

    Dog eat dog refers to intense competition in a market.
  11. Moratorium

    A moratorium is a temporary suspension of an activity or a law.
  12. Activity-Based Budgeting (ABB)

    Activity-based budgeting (ABB) is a method of budgeting where activities which incur costs are recorded, analyzed and researched.
  13. Jointly and Severally

    Jointly and Severally is a legal term describing a partnership where individual decisions are bound to all parties involved ...
  14. Hierarchy-of-Effects Theory

    The hierarchy-of-effects theory is a model of how advertising influences a consumer's decision to purchase or not purchase ...
  15. Advertising Appropriation

    Advertising appropriation is the portion of a total marketing budget that is allocated for advertising over a specific time ...
  16. Business Interest Expense

    Business interest expense is the cost of interest that is charged on business loans used to maintain operations.
  17. Dual Pricing

    Dual pricing is the practice of setting prices at different levels for the same product or service.
  18. Monopolist

    A monopolist is an individual, group or company that controls all of the market for a particular good or service.
  19. Financialization

    Financialization refers to the increase in size and importance of a country's financial sector relative to its overall economy. ...
  20. Contestable Market Theory

    Contestable market theory is an economic concept that refers to a market in which there are only a few companies that behave ...
  21. Augmented Product

    An augmented product is a core product with added features and services which add value and distinguishs it from competitors' ...
  22. Cold Calling

    Cold calling is the solicitation of a potential customer who had no prior interaction with the salesperson.
  23. Scope

    Scope is a project management term for the combined objectives and requirements necessary to complete a project.
  24. Virtual Data Room - VDR

    A virtual data room (VDR) is a secure online repository for document storage and distribution.
  25. Harvest Strategy

    A harvest strategy is a plan in which investments in a product or product line are reduced or terminated to reap its maximum ...
  26. Virtual Assistant

    A virtual assistant is an independent contractor who provides administrative services to clients while operating outside ...
  27. Provision

    A provision is a stipulation in a contract or legal document often requiring action by a certain date or within a certain ...
  28. DAGMAR

    Defining Advertising Goals for Measured Advertising Results (DAGMAR) is a marketing tool for measuring the results of an ...
  29. Capital Allocation

    Capital allocation is the process of allocating financial resources to different sources to maximize profits and increase ...
  30. Brand Awareness

    Brand awareness is the extent to which consumers are aware of a brand and its related products.
  31. Cross Culture

    Cross culture is the interaction of people from different backgrounds in the business world.
  32. Limited Partner

    A limited partner is a business partner whose liability is limited to the amount of their investment in the company.
  33. Incorporated Trustee

    An incorporated trustee is a corporation, usually a trust company, which is named as the trustee of a private trust or other ...
  34. Multicultural Organization

    A multicultural organization features a workforce that includes people from diverse backgrounds integrated across all levels ...
  35. Chapter 10

    Chapter 10 was a type of corporate bankruptcy filing that was retired due to its complexity; its key parts were revised and ...
  36. Coopetition

    Coopetition happens when companies engage in both competition and cooperation to achieve some sort of mutual benefit.
  37. Mindshare

    Mindshare is a marketing term that describes the amount consumer awareness or popularity surrounding a particular product, ...
  38. Reconstruction Finance Corporation - RFC

    The Reconstruction Finance Corporation (RFC) was an agency established by the United States government, tasked with assisting ...
  39. Marketing

    Marketing refers to the activities of a company associated with buying, advertising, distributing or selling a product or ...
  40. Gentlemen's Agreement

    A gentlemen's agreement is an unwritten agreement or transaction backed only by the integrity of the counterparty to actually ...
  41. Why is game theory useful in business?

    Find out how the concepts of game theory became the revolutionary interdisciplinary phenomenon and learn the difference between ...
  42. The causes and costs of absenteeism

    Find out how this article looks at the causes of absenteeism, the costs of lost productivity, and what employers can do to ...
  43. Non-Accountable Plan

    A non-accountable plan is a way to provide employees with an allowance for business expenses or travel that does not need ...
  44. Zombies

    Zombies are companies that earn just enough money to continue operating and service debt, but are unable to pay off their ...
  45. Flighting

    Flighting is an advertising scheduling strategy that alternates between running a normal schedule of advertising and a complete ...
  46. Wage Earner Plan (Chapter 13 Bankruptcy)

    A wage earner plan (Chapter 13 Bankruptcy) enables individuals with a regular income to restructure their obligations to ...
  47. Productize

    "Productize" refers to the process of developing or altering a process, idea, skill or service to make it marketable for ...
  48. Personal Service Corporation

    A personal service corporation is a corporation that is created for the purpose of providing personal services to individuals ...
  49. Tying

    Tying is an often illegal arrangement where, in order to buy one product, the consumer must purchase another product that ...
  50. Central Purchasing

    Central purchasing is a department within a business or organization that is responsible for making all procurements.
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Hot Definitions
  1. Financial Industry Regulatory Authority - FINRA

    A regulatory body created after the merger of the National Association of Securities Dealers and the New York Stock Exchange's ...
  2. Initial Public Offering - IPO

    The first sale of stock by a private company to the public. IPOs are often issued by companies seeking the capital to expand ...
  3. Cost of Goods Sold - COGS

    Cost of goods sold (COGS) is the direct costs attributable to the production of the goods sold in a company.
  4. Profit and Loss Statement (P&L)

    A financial statement that summarizes the revenues, costs and expenses incurred during a specified period of time, usually ...
  5. Monte Carlo Simulation

    Monte Carlo simulations are used to model the probability of different outcomes in a process that cannot easily be predicted ...
  6. Price Elasticity of Demand

    Price elasticity of demand is a measure of the change in the quantity demanded or purchased of a product in relation to its ...
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