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business

1. an industrial, commercial, or professional operation; purchase and sale of goods and services
2. a commercial or industrial establishment, such as a firm or factory
3. commercial activity; dealings (esp in the phrase do business)
4. volume or quantity of commercial activity
5. commercial policy or procedure
6. Theatre an incidental action, such as lighting a pipe, performed by an actor for dramatic effect
7. a group of ferrets
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The new business entity will offer new car retail financing and leasing for Nissan, Infiniti and Datsun customers across Indonesia.
d) of the Bill, provides that "[a] business entity must add to its net worth all indebtedness owed to it by a related person" (i.
About 52 percent of business entity report filings now take place via the Internet.
Ken Price, Chief Executive Officer of Avox stated, "We felt supporting S&P's plans to develop a global business entity identification system was a great opportunity to help drive convergence onto a common data standard.
The Business Entity Service portal enables clients to interrogate our data as required, helping to provide them with a better understanding of their global exposure.
According to Consumer Reports, converting sole proprietorships to another business entity type can prove extremely beneficial for entrepreneurs.
For example, the co-ownership may not file a partnership or corporate return, conduct business under a common name, execute an agreement identifying any or all of the co-owners as partners, shareholders or members of a business entity or hold itself out to others as a separate entity.
This new business entity will be very advantageous to Michigan businesses," said Dean Rocheleau, CPA, J.
amp; NEW YORK -- Interactive Data Corporation (NYSE: IDC), a leading provider of financial market data, analytics and related solutions, today announced that its Pricing and Reference Data business has unveiled a Business Entity Service to help assist clients in analyzing risk from their global exposure to various entities, industries and regions.
7701-2(a) provides that a business entity with a single owner is classified as either a corporation or disregarded as an entity separate from its owner.
On May 13, 1996, Treasury proposed so-called "check-the-box" regulations, to simplify the task of classifying a business entity as an association (taxable as a corporation) or as a partnership; final regulations were issued on Dec.

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