What is business enterprise?

  • (noun): The activity of providing goods and services involving financial and commercial and industrial aspects.
    Synonyms: commercial enterprise, business

Some articles on business enterprise, business, business enterprises:

PM (newspaper) - Business Enterprise
... a sustained and well-organized plot originating amongst Field's friends and associates in the business world who were alienated by Field's loyalty to PM and to me ...
Affirmative Action In The United States - Legal History
... by President Nixon This order claims to build upon the Office of Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) established in 1969 by clarifying the Secretary of Commerce's authority to "(a) implement Federal ... Carter, this executive order created a National Women's Business Enterprise Policy and required government agencies to take affirmative action in support of women's business enterprises ...
El Diamante High School - Curriculum - Business Enterprise
... Business Enterprise is a collaboration of three teachers, Mr ... Most schools have a virtual business in which each participating student manages their own virtual company, selling a set quota of products per day and having a preset quota of expenditures per day ... El Diamante's Business Enterprise class, headed by Mrs ...

Famous quotes containing the words enterprise and/or business:

    Rivers must have been the guides which conducted the footsteps of the first travelers. They are the constant lure, when they flow by our doors, to distant enterprise and adventure; and, by a natural impulse, the dwellers on their banks will at length accompany their currents to the lowlands of the globe, or explore at their invitation the interior of continents.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    BOSWELL. But what do you think of supporting a cause which you know to be bad? JOHNSON. “Sir, you do not know it to be good or bad till the Judge determines it.... It is his business to judge; and you are not to be confident in your own opinion that the cause is bad, but to say all you can for your client, and then hear the Judge’s opinion.
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)