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Enterprise,

city (1990 pop. 20,123), Coffee co., SE Ala.; inc. 1896. It is a peanut-shipping center with many peanut-processing establishments. There are also lumber and textile mills and plants that make concrete. The region's diversified farming began after the boll weevil destroyed (1910–15) the cotton; in gratitude for the resulting prosperity, the city erected (1919) a monument to the boll weevil.
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Enterprise

starship on 5-year mission to explore space. [Am. TV: Star Trek in Terrace]
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enterprise

1. 
a. initiative in business
b. (as modifier): the enterprise culture
2. a business unit; a company or firm
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enterprise

(body)
A business, generally a large one.
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enterprise

(1) Any undertaking or project, with the implication that it is of reasonable size and complexity.

(2) The entire organization, including all of its subsidiaries. An enterprise implies a large corporation or government agency, but it may also refer to a company of any size with many systems and users to manage. It depends on context. A corner candy store is "someone's enterprise." The terms "enterprise," "company," "corporation" and "organization" are used synonymously.

Enterprise Class
When one hears about an "enterprise class device," it means high-end equipment typically designed for a business organization rather than the average consumer. See enterprise computing, enterprise architecture, enterprise networking and enterprise systems management.
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He highlighted Alibaba Group's approach of helping out small business enterprisers had a humanistic dimension which was also the pivot of Pakistan government's policies since 2013.
For example, Cooper and Dunkelberg (1986) asserted that entrepreneurs are different from enterprisers who are employed and gradually promoted by enterprises.
Those that directly apply military force are "mercenaries," while those that train others to do so are "enterprisers." These categories represent two distinct markets.
He said that several incentives including financial support would be provided to over 20, 00 micro and small enterprisers under the program which they could restart and expend their business.
The main cause is that first, network loads and instability due to large traffic of smart TV eventually increase the burden of investment to an existing network business operator; second, smart TV enterprisers are an out-of-network usage charge burden, which is away from institutional equity.
Because "entreprenant" is a neologism, the English translation sometimes used is "enterpriser." The retail sellers and at least some of the suppliers are probably enterprisers; alternatively, they are commergants, sometimes translated as "economic operators." An economic operator is required to register with the government, (39) while an enterpriser must file a declaration.
Urging Turkish enterprisers to invest more in the US, Myron Brilliant added the trade volume between Turkey and the United States is $ 20 billion and stressed that it must be much bigger.
While this book is a class text with obligations to students and most partaking of business courses are "free enterprisers," it is crucial that students learn to differentiate perspective from fact.
Under the ACA, as a general rule a concentration is notifiable if the enterprisers involved, in the last financial year preceding the concentration, achieved the following turnover: (1) more than 300 million [euro] worldwide; (2) more than 30 million [euro] domestically; and (3) at least two enterprisers worldwide more than 5 million [euro] each.
When such enterprisers have the potential in them to overhaul and remodel the ramshackle heritage structures into classy editions that eventually proves to be money-spinners, why should the government be making heavy weather of such propositions?
Enterprise Qatar (EQ) is launching a series of workshop-training sessions that will be provided for free to Qatari enterprisers, SME owners and their managerial teams to help them in ensuring their businesses' success and long-term continuity.
The head of Rospotrebnadzor reminded that it was planned to inspect 39 enterprisers, producing alcohol, at the first stage.

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