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Brokery
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Brokery: The business of a broker. [Obs.]And with extorting, cozening, forfeiting, And tricks belonging untobrokery. Marlowe.
Brotherhood
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Brotherhood: The state of being brothers or a brother. An association for any purpose, as a society of monks afraternity. The whole body of persons engaged in the same bu
Buccaneering
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Buccaneering: Exhibiting boldness and initiative (in business for example)
Budgeting
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Budgeting: Your budget becomes extremely important when you have many expenses, your income may be far less than you need and without a proper budget you could end up spe
Build your future!
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Build your future!: Prepare for your future!, invest in your future!
Builing Plans
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Bulk sale
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Bulk sale: Sale of a large quantity of goods to a single buyer sale of all the property owned by a business
Bundle of rights
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Bundle of rights: Rights which accompany the owning of a business
Bureau
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Bureau: Originally, a desk or writing table with drawers for papers.Swift. The place where such a bureau is used an office where businessrequiring writing is transacted.
Bureaucracy
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Bureaucracy: A system of carrying on the business of government by means ofdepartments or bureaus, each under the control of a chief, incontradiction to a system in which
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